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Matthew

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  1. The "calling the question" was handled more or less correctly. I do not believe it was the type of motion that required "previous notice." There were several attempts to divide the question, which failed. Thanks to all for their input.
  2. A relatively complex motion (5-6) pages was distributed to the membership in advance with the agenda. At the meeting, when we reached the point in the agenda at which that motion was to be discussed, and the chair invited the author of the motion to introduce it, the author proceded to hand out a new version of the proposed motion, with at least a full page of additional material added, and other changes underlined. A member protested that s/he had studied the earlier version carefully, and prepared notes on the same, but was not prepared to discuss this new version, given its complexity, wit
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