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if final decision is unanimous , is there any significance of lesser majority during committee discussions?


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If a motion is passed unanimously, then in order to discuss it again, then a larger number of members than those who voted to pass it must vote for the follow-up discussion. It's like when in the US, a number of citizens voted to abolish drinking beer, which they called "beerition" in the 1920's, resulting in the Roaring 20's, so that ten years later they voted to abolish beerition, which was easier because the population had grown so there was more citizens to vote for drinking beer again, because without beer drinking, Americans reproduced at a greater rate. There are statistics to prove it. And notice there are now four times as many Tea Party members as there were in 2010 -- you think that's a coincidence?

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a board of directors past a motion  one member wanted it changed and brought the motion to the membership he failed to get it changed  can this motion be  brought up again at a board meeting

  the board member brouhgt up the motion again at board meeting and they passed it agaiin after the general membership already vote d not to change rule 

 

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a board of directors past a motion  one member wanted it changed and brought the motion to the membership he failed to get it changed  can this motion be  brought up again at a board meeting

  the board member brouhgt up the motion again at board meeting and they passed it agaiin after the general membership already vote d not to change rule 

 

Warren, please post your question as a new topic (and clarify what exactly your question is).

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the boerd of diirectors made a rule change the general membership at a meeting changed it back can the board revote this rule and change it again

 

See Official Interpretations 2006-12 and 2006-13.

 

And start a new topic if you have a new question.

 

And identify yourself as something other than "Guest".

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