In Hazelwood, Missouri, there’s another case of overzealous city officials cracking down on kids selling stuff at the end of their driveway. This time, it’s the Mills sisters, who for six years have been out there with a folding table full of Girl Scout Cookies. But, in a brilliant use of resources and tax dollars, the authorities have cracked down on the girls because they don’t have a business license. I talked the case over with their attorney, Dave Roland, today on KTRS/St. Louis.

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