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Do your best, even in charity

There are a couple of holiday stories you can expect to see pretty much each year.
One is about people who end up desperately sick from bad turkey.
The other is about givers who run afoul of the bureaucracy.
A story the Associated Press reported out of Wichita this season falls somewhere in the middle, and illustrates why we do have some regulation that makes sense.
According to the AP story, “A Wichita man has learned it takes more than goodwill to feed the homeless.
“David Hill needs a food permit, too. Before police inquired this fall, Hill had been ...

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