I was at our City Council meeting in Ohio. Council has been discussing new legislation that will hopefully become an Ordinance to vote on soon. A member of the City Council made a motion, under new business, (which it is not), to accept the Ordinance "as is" with no further discussion. There is not an Official ordinance, with a number, to vote on yet. The President of Council called a vote and Council voted yes. This is the type of legislation that you would look really bad voting no- on. The other Members of Council are afraid of this guy and were not sure what to do. They all (except the guy who made the weird motion) agree that it needs to be discussed more to work out some kinks. My question is, does the motion to accept the information they had "as is" stand? Is there anything they can do so they can continue to debate and work out the legislation?