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You might not think it matters if you have a cupcake in your kitchen, but if you do you’ll likely think twice about buying it, thanks to a new law that lets you get a cupcakes free of charge.

Legislation that takes effect next week allows consumers to pay for a cup of cake with a credit card or debit card, rather than cash.

It goes into effect Oct. 31, and will cover a broad range of items, including cake, cookies, pies and muffins.

There are still a few things to keep in mind, however, and there are some restrictions on what you can do.

There are restrictions on how much you can spend, and how many you can use, and even what types of items you can get free.

For example, you can’t buy ice cream at bakeries.

That’s because ice cream makers have to obtain a license from the state and register with the state to sell ice cream, according to the new law.

You can’t use a credit or debit account at a bakeries to purchase a cup cake, though you can buy cakes for $2 or $3 at bakerys.

You can’t purchase cake at a bakery for less than $1.

Cake shops can still offer the cake for free, but you’ll need to pay to do so.

A bakery that sells a cup in a cupboard will also need to get a license and register to sell cupcakes, according the law.

The state said it will require a $10,000 license fee, but it didn’t specify what it would be.

The license fee is a requirement to buy a cake at any bakery.

For a full list of what’s covered, visit the state website.

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