Illinois Governor Pat Quinn's visit to Troy makes for a sweet ending to the story of Chloe Stirling, the "cupcake girl." Quinn signed a bill Tuesday putting Chloe's homemade cupcake business back on track after she was shut down in January by the health department because she didn’t have a commercial kitchen.
The bill lightens regulations on home kitchens where people make less than one-thousand-dollars a month from food they make for sale themselves or by religious or charitable organizations. Chloe says she’s ready to get back into business
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Governor Quinn joined Chloe in her kitchen for the signing ceremony.
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