Idaho Business Laws
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Welcome to FindLaw's Idaho Business Laws section, with a collection of articles explaining the laws that both enable and restrain business activity in the Gem State. Here you will find information about the Idaho Competition Act, an antitrust statute that prevents businesses from eliminating competition and thus limiting consumer choices, as well as an article on deceptive business practices prohibited in the state. In addition, this section covers the wage and hour laws that Idaho employers must follow, such as paying the minimum wage and providing adequate meal and rest breaks. Click on one of the links below to learn more about Idaho's business laws.
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