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My board has a policy which states that our agenda must be followed, and that in order to change the agenda set by the chairman and executive member, there must be a unanimous vote of the board.  This policy has been interpreted to mean that no motions of new business can be made without it being approved on the agenda.  I contend that this is in violation of RONR.  We follow "the most recent edition of Roberts Rules of Order".  I cannot find anything specific in RONR which states that the purpose of New Business is to bring up new motions, whether they are specifically listed on the agenda or not.  Please advise.

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2 hours ago, Thomas Ralph said:

Why, incidentally, are we finding so many recent threads with subjects being a mode of address rather than a description of the content?

Because that field is labeled "Title:" on new topic page, instead of "Topic:" or "Subject:", as might reasonably be expected.

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