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Guest George Brown

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If a motion has been passed, can it be brought up again at the next meeting by someone who voted in favor of it ?


For what purpose? If a member wants to change the motion, he can make a motion to Amend Something Previously Adopted. If he wants to defeat the motion after it has already been adopted, he can make a motion to Rescind. Any member can make either of these two motions.


Under very limited circumstances, a member who voted in favor of an adopted motion can move to Reconsider. For most ordinary societies, it's too late to do that at the next meeting.

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