Archive for September 2016

Statutory Changes Affecting Idaho Nonprofits

Published in the Idaho State Bar Advocate Magazine, September 2016. By Arthur B. Macomber Stability in the law provides certainty to business planning. This is especially true for nonprofit organizations, because they frequently operate on a shoestring and have volunteer directors and officers. Due to financial constraints, these organizations cannot easily afford high-priced corporate counsel…

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Could Idaho Utilize ‘Cap n’ Trade’ for its Water Pollution?

Published in the Idaho State Bar Advocate Magazine, June/July 2016. by Gregory M. George Recent years have seen a raft of new ideas on how to reduce pollution of air and water. Most people have heard of the “cap-and-trade” policy proposed to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases.1 Similar ideas to reduce water pollution, however, have…

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