(2) Operating for one or more social, intellectual, educational, charitable, benevolent,
moral, fraternal, patriotic, or religious purposes for the benefit of its members,
which may also be extended to others.
b. The purposes listed in this subsection may be carried out directly by the society,
or indirectly through subsidiary corporations or affiliated organizations.
2. A society may adopt laws and regulations for the government of the society, the
admission of its members, and the management of its affairs. A society may amend its laws and regulations, and has other powers as necessary
and incidental to carrying into effect the objects and purposes of the society.
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