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Life for solicitors within the Shelbyville city limits could get more difficult after the city council meets at city hall at 6:30 p.m. Thursday.
The Shelbyville City Council will hear on second reading an ordinance that would make obtaining a license for door-to-door solicitation more costly and require solicitors to wear identification showing they had obtained a license from the city.
The ordinance was tabled during the final meeting of 2012 but brought back at the meeting Jan. 3 with more details added.
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