Month: March 2013

Benefit Corporation Legislation Dead in New Mexico

For unknown reasons, New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez became the first governor in the U.S. to veto Benefit Corporation legislation. Since she did not sign the bill and allowed it to die, the office doesn’t provide any explanation as to why she didn’t sign it even though it had overwhelming bi-partisan support in both the […]

All Wood is Not Created Equal

I had the privilege to be interviewed by Hannah Mich, my sister-in-law and the founder of AkinToGreen.com.  The interview was for a blog titled “All Wood is Not Created Equal” and includes tips on purchasing quality, eco-friendly wood furniture. For the full interview and blog follow this link  I also encourage you to browse the […]

Benefit Corporation Legislation Update (HB40)

After passing two NM House Committees and an overwhelming positive House Floor vote, HB40 New Mexico Benefit Corporation Legislation passed through the second Senate Committee last night! The bill is now off to the Senate Floor for vote and if all goes well there, up to the Governor’s office for signature. It has been an interesting […]