Waking up after a snowstorm invites teens to knock door-to-door for some extra cash, but what made this group of Midwestern youth different was their surprising generosity. Not all towns across the U.S. are accepting this winter's shovelers, however. In late January, Bound Brook, New Jersey banned all shoveling of the town's driveways for cash. On a snowy morning, two teens from Bound Brook decided to pick up their shovels and earn some extra money. It turns out, the teens were unknowingly violating the local law of "Unlicensed Soliciting." All the shovelers out there should be aware that this story is not unique. This same law is creeping around cities all over America.