(1) Any prosecution brought under this chapter may be instituted in any county in
which the defendant or any defendant resides, or in which the violation was committed,
or in which the defendant or any defendant has his or her principal place of business.
(2) The commission is hereby vested with the authority to utilize the services of
the local prosecuting attorneys or special prosecutors as agreed upon by the commission
and the local prosecutor for purposes of carrying out the prosecution of cases brought
under this chapter.
(3) The superior courts are hereby vested with jurisdiction to enforce the provisions
of this chapter, and the rules and regulations of the commission issued hereunder,
and to prevent and enjoin and restrain violations thereof.
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