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Hieu H. Huynh

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    I find the history of it all very interesting.

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  1. A member has all the rights of membership unless your bylaws say otherwise.
  2. Reconsideration of a Point of Order

    This question was previously asked in this thread.
  3. Meeting Decorum,

    See "Breaches of order by members in a meeting" in RONR 11th ed., starting on p. 645.
  4. Someone can be a member if that person meets the requirements for membership according to the bylaws.
  5. Minutes of Special Board Meeting

    Board members have the right to review minutes of board meetings.
  6. Amending Minutes

    Generally, they should be.

    Yes, the one linked to earlier, provided again here. The In Brief book may be helpful to have in addition. Note that the Webster's book contains numerous errors. I think throwing it away is good advice.
  8. Revisiting a vote

    What was being voted on?

    What is the e-book? Make sure you have the right book.
  10. Enough to remove from office?

    See FAQ #20.
  11. Under Oath

    RONR does not address "Under Oath".
  12. Immediate Need to Amend Bylaws

    And the above quote is in RONR 11th ed., p. 581. It may also be helpful to see "Amendment of bylaws" starting on p. 592.
  13. Veto?

    It may help to get the right book. Also, the In Brief book may be of use.
  14. Acclamation by 2/3 majority voice vote

    This is not according to RONR. See RONR 11th ed., p. 443.