While the core tenets of the benefit corporation structure of purpose, accountability, and transparency are included in all the states' statutes, there are some differences. Most of these differences stem from differences in the state corporate codes (e.g. the inclusion of dissenter's rights), and some reflect a difference of opinion on how best to implement the new structure (e.g. the requirement to have a specific benefit director). Click here for a full state by state analysis of these differences; an abridged version will be available shortly.