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We all know, from the footnote on p. 263, that a 2/3 vote is required to allow a non-member to speak in debate, i.e. when a motion is pending.

However, is there anywhere in the book an explicit statement that a majority vote is sufficient to grant a non-member the opportunity to speak when there is nothing pending? (Perhaps the non-member wants someone the association to make a motion to support the non-members cause. Or whatever.)

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