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  1. We had two members (of a 9 member volunteer resident council) expedite the adoption of major revisions/amendments to our by-laws before some of the Council members fully understood the implications. At a regularly scheduled Council meeting, a majority of the Council approved posting the revisions for comment. After the two-week posting period, the Chair called a special meeting to ratify/approve the by-laws. At the special meeting there were 6 council members present (3 absent) and the vote was 4 yes for ratification and 2 abstain. Because the yes vote was a majority of those present,
  2. At our recent convention, delegates approved changes to the constitution, elected officers and then adjourned. Later, someone suggested that because the changes were not presented as a committee report and the report not adopted, the changes are invalid. Thoughts anyone?
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