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Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling
Baltimore County Council OKs more time for door-to-door selling

Door-to-door sales representatives would have a little more time to knock on doors under a bill narrowly approved by the Baltimore County Council on Thursday that would change the county's "hucksters and peddlers" law. The key change allows sales representatives to stay out in neighborhoods until 7 p.m. or sunset, whichever is earlier. The previous law set the cutoff time for selling at 5 p.m. or sunset, whichever was earlier. The bill also exempts children who are doing fundraising from a requirement that they have to get a license to go door-to-door. Professionals still must obtain the license. Councilman Julian Jones, a Woodstock Democrat, said he sponsored the bill...

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