Kansas Business Laws
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Businesses are regulated to a certain extent by a combination of federal and state laws, which seek to encourage economic activity while also protecting consumers and nurturing a more equal playing field among competitors. FindLaw's Kansas Business Laws section covers various state laws pertaining to business, such as antitrust and deceptive trade practice restrictions, laws prohibiting the use of Ponzi or pyramid schemes, and limits on the amount of interest a creditor may charge. This section also includes an article on the wage and hour laws employers must follow, including the state minimum wage and required meal breaks. Click on a link below to learn more about Kansas' business laws.
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