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    Charter over Bylaws

    In a small-ish professional society of around 200 members, we have a Certificate of Incorporation (Charter), Bylaws and Standing Rules. The Charter says that, "Bylaws governing the classes of admission of members, the amount of initiation fee and periodic dues, the rules and regulations to be observed, the qualifications for voting, the resignation or expulsion of members, the election, powers, and duties of officers and a general governing body, and all other matters and things usually contained in corporate bylaws may from time to time be adopted, amended, or repealed by the affirmative vote
  2. Our faculty charter & bylaws allow the Faculty Advisory Committee (FAC) to recommend charter/bylaw amendments to be ratified (or not) by the faculty as a whole. The charter and bylaws do not specify whether or not proposed amendments must be submitted for ratification individually, or if proposed amendments could be submitted for ratification as a "slate" to be voted up or down in its entirety. I'm new in the Parliamentarian position, and I need help... I am given to understand that the FAC would prefer to recommend a slate of amendments rather than individual amendments. It seems
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