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Sandmanvnvmc

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  1. In a couple of ways, first it violates the chain of command; they were requiring the president of a chapter to contact by letter a person several rungs higher and out of our area a violation that could be punishable by expulsion. Second they were trying to bring in members that do not qualify for membership acording to the bylaws, (ie if a VFW post was trying to bring in members that were not veterans)
  2. I would like to know the procedure to kill a motion that if passed and implimented would violate the existing bylaws. There would not be the option to amend the bylaws before the vote because the vote is being taken a at level that does not have the authority to change the bylaws.
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