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Kay Crews

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  1. I find both of these statements to be true, and certainly agree with Mr. Honemann's logic. I'll also point out that the kind of wrapping around the axle that this requires (as pointed by Guest Zev) is what makes it difficult to convince some people of the "efficiency" of parliamentary procedure in modern meetings.
  2. A question has arisen. An action is taken at a general membership meeting of the garden club, which is held monthly. At a later meeting, a member moves to Rescind the previously adopted motion, with no notice. During debate, the motion to Rescind is postponed to the subsequent meeting. Does the mere act of postponement to the next meeting constitute "notice," and does the vote requirement on the motion to Rescind now take a majority vote instead of 2/3? Thanks! Kay
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