New proposal to stop unlicensed door to door sales in Minneapolis

A Minneapolis proposal would apply stricter rules for door to door salespeople. Currently, salespeople must have a city-issued license, but are not required to display it. The proposed statute would require salespeople to wear ID badges at all times.
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A Minneapolis proposal would apply stricter rules for door to door salespeople. Currently, salespeople must have a city-issued license, but are not required to display it. The proposed statute would require salespeople to wear ID badges at all times.

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