Posted by:Peter Smith
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By Amy W. Riedel As many of you may know, Washington State’s governor, Jay Inslee, signed the Washington State Jobs Act on March 28, 2014. Our very own Peter J. Smith blogged about this development last spring. By enabling crowdfunding on the state level, Washington State is providing a more immediate solution for entrepreneurs and investors who are still waiting for the SEC to finalize the JOBS Act regulations. As Peter mentioned in his post, one of the major advantages of crowdfunding is that it allows startup companies to accept investment capital in the form of smaller investments from......