Illinois Governor Pat Quinn signed the so-called “cupcake bill” into law Tuesday in the kitchen of the young baker who inspired the legislation. 12-year-old Chloe Stirling of Troy was enjoying a booming home cupcake business whenshe was shut down by the local health department. That prompted a bill allowing small ventures like hers to continue operating. Governor Quinn applauds Chloe’s lobbying efforts. The new law applies to home kitchen businesses making less than one thousand dollars a month. They now can’t be shut down unless there is a complaint or health safety issue.