Many parents of young children have helped them set up a lemonade stand in the summer. But believe it or not, those innocent roadside stands are actually still illegal in Iowa.

Fortunately for your little entrepreneurs in training, Iowa lawmakers are trying to legalize the warm-weather tradition, reports KCRG Des Moines.

​Even Rep. Ray “Bubba” Sorenson was surprised to learn the iconic, innocent lemonade stand is against the law here. He has encouraged his two children to get out the cash register and make lemonade.

​“My two kids had a lemonade stand and donated $60 in profits they made to the park. Apparently, all of us have been operating lemonade stands illegally in Iowa,” Sorenson said.

Lemonade stands in Coralville during RAGBRAI were shut down because the kids running them did not have the permits or health inspections required for sales during the event.

A bill currently moving through the Iowa legislature would ensure lemonade stands are able to run without having to obtain a business or food permit (what you're technically supposed to do now).

Here's hoping the law is passed by the summer.