A Step in the Right Direction

Business Opportunity Regulation States

Currently, the following 25 states specifically regulate sales of business opportunities. Check with consumer protection agencies--often a part of the attorney general's office--in your state.

Alabama, Louisiana, Oklahoma, California, Maine, South Carolina, Connecticut, Maryland, South Dakota, Florida, Michigan, Texas, Georgia, Minnesota, Utah, Illinois, Nebraska, Virginia, Indiana, New Hampshire, Washington, Iowa, North Carolina, Kentucky, Ohio

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This article was originally published in the June 1997 print edition of Entrepreneur with the headline: A Step in the Right Direction.

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