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Utah children test their business skills at downtown market

 


LOGAN, Utah (AP) — Homemade slime, pancakes and wands were just some of the goods for sale at a downtown Logan entrepreneur market where kids hone their business savvy.

Kids ages 5 to 16 lined the street July 13 as part of The Libertas Institute's second annual Children's Entrepreneur Market, The Herald Journal reports. The libertarian think-tank established the event after Utah changed its laws to allow children to run a business without a license or permit. The market is held in 11 cities across Utah.

One of the market's goals is to help children gain confidence, said Lynee Fife, the ma...



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