Minneapolis officials keep teen’s hot dog stand in business | BBC News
After a complaint threatened to shutter a young boy’s hotdog stand, US city officials decided instead to rally behind him to keep it open.
Jaequan Faulkner, 13, has been selling hotdogs outside his home in North Minneapolis, in the Midwestern state of Minnesota, since 2016.
His stand was at risk of closure after someone reported him for not having a permit, local media say.
Instead, city staff helped him obtain a permit and get back to work on Monday.
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