Governor Quinn will be headed to Troy, Illinois next week to sign the Cupcake Bill. He's reportedly going to do it right in Chloe Stirling's home. She's the 12-year-old baker who got shut down by the health department because her home kitchen hadn't been inspected.
Lawmakers were outraged after the shutdown and cleared a bill that will allow Chloe and anyone else in Illinois to sell homemade items, just as long as their profits don't exceed one-thousand-bucks a month. Quinn will sign the bill on Tuesday. Chloe says she'll be baking plenty of cupcakes for the big day.
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