Gov. Jared Polis has signed into law a bill that offers more protection to small, temporary businesses run by kids - like lemonade stands.

Senate Bill 101, called "Legalizing Minors' Businesses" prohibits any county or city from requiring a license or permit for people younger than 18 who are running a temporary business.

Under the new law, the business must operate fewer than 84 days per year and be located far enough from other businesses to avoid unfair competition.

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