In an effort to raise money to haul her family to Disneyland, 8-year-old Daniela Earnest and her stepmother decided to build a lemonade stand at an intersection in Tulare, where they would sell freshly-squeezed lemonade to passersby. Pretty heart-warming, eh? Well, not to Tulare police officers who promptly shut down the illegal citrus sales operation on Monday. KTVU reports, "[Officer Richard] Garcia told the girl she couldn't operate because she lacked a city-issued business license." After catching wind of the dastardly girl's juice dealing, city Vice Mayor Philip Vandegrift says "the city is now considering requiring lemonade stand operators to pay a nominal fee or waiving the fee for young children after Monday's incident."