from The Free Thought Project:
Parents allowing multiple kids to participate in playdates are in violation of Washington D.C. law and bureaucrats may soon require them to get a license to play.
Washington D.C. (FEE) — Let’s say you and some of your friends decide to gather your young children together a couple of days a week for a few hours of free play. Maybe you switch off who leads the gaggle of kids each week, allowing for some shared free time and flexibility. Sounds like a great arrangement for all, right? Your kids get to play freely with their friends, and you get some occasional free babysitting.