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  1. We changed a by-law and thought that a majority would suffice. Or we may have changed it without knowing that what we were passing affected that by-law. We used the same by-law title so we know the changes affected the wording. It also affected members as their positions and locations changed. Is majority ever sufficient? (we do not use RONR's majority of entire membership, our Rules By-Law reads: Previous notice and 2/3 vote. Does it become a continuing breach? And how do we undo it. Paul
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    Once a item is voted on agenda and it fails can it be brought back at same meeting
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    I am a vice president of an organization and would like to know what is really a resignation of an officer? If the president throws his key on the table and tells me he resigns, has he realy resigned?
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    Email votes

    Following Robert's rules of order how does a committee that meets face to face on a regular basis conduct an email vote when needed?
  5. can a member present a motion at the annual meeting if it has not been presented to the board or is not on the proxy for the meeting?
  6. Getting: Fatal error: Call to undefined method converters::custom_649043() in /home/robertsr/public_html/admin/sources/loginauth/convert/newauth.php on line 55 I am of course sure of my log in credentials, but figured I'd try the "I forgot my password" approach, and that failed since neither my name or email is found in the database. Then, I took a look at the Posting Hall of Shame (Overall Top Posters, that is) in which I was holding strong in second place to the recently post-crazy Josh Martin who had surged ahead and taken over the lead from me, but still well ahead (by several thousand
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