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Lemonade stands are as American as apple pie.
They teach kids about starting their own business and managing money so why does the government shutting down some of these.
Then it's our next guests say it's not fair and they're taking.
A stand eleven year old -- McAllen and her mother Margie.
DC good morning to both of you.
-- tell us why it lemonade freedom day is important to you and your daughter.
Well first off lemonade is an American -- lemonade stands are an American tradition for you know childhood tradition in this country.
But most importantly.
Goods and services are our natural human and -- actions and one should not have to ask permission to use.
And Suzy you -- and lemonade stand you you've set one up from time to time.
What you hear about what was happening to other kid's lemonade stands when local officials got involved.
Well I have heard about them being checked down ranking came Tuesday nights I sent on.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And Margie from coast to coast we have been reporting on the shutting down of similar -- -- lemonade stands across the country.
Why is it resonating in particular right now that this is just an overreach of our government.
-- honestly I think it has to do wit.
Government intrusion in our everyday lives but mostly.
It's happening all across the country I think people are starting -- realize that it's it's and -- I mean this is affecting our children.
At one of the things I love about your protests and will leave -- here is that you guys are so mad about this having a picnic today that's -- They're gonna throw at as eager on going out NBC and having lemonade and a pick -- so.
-- good news at noon -- we look forward to.
-- what comes of your national.
Lemonade freedom day as you can see I'm dressed in solidarity you are taking.
Six take out and I and margin account thanks so much for coming some luck and thank you -- is there.
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