What Are Blue Sky Laws?
Every state has its own securities laws commonly known as "Blue Sky Laws" that are designed to protect investors against fraudulent sales practices and activities. While these laws can vary from state to state, most states laws typically require companies making small offerings to register their offerings before they can be sold in a particular state. The laws also license brokerage firms, their brokers, and investment adviser representatives.
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