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This letter written by E. T. Merritt, Minneapolis, Minnesota to Governor Walter Roscoe Stubbs requests a of copy the Blue Sky Law. Kansas was the first state to enact the Blue Sky Law, which protected investors from securities fraud. It served as a model for similar statutes in other states. Merritt felt his state needed such a law to protect "it's citizens from the confidence sharks". Merritt is from Minnesota but the letter is written on stationery from the Hotel Statler, Cleveland, Ohio.

Creator: Merritt, E. T.
Date: December 30, 1912

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Item Number: 223794
Call Number: Governor Stubbs Correspondence File, Box 7, Folder 7, Subject File, Legislation, 1909-1912, (Bar-Bu)
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 223794

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