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Lorie Shaw
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I have spent much time trying to find an answer to my question so here's hoping someone can answer my questions.

At our last membership meeting, our membership voted for a motion that has been divisive and has caused much discussion. Those who weren't at the meeting or who voted against the motion now want to re vote on it. There was a quorum at this meeting and the motion was passed by majority. How do we handle this issue according to Roberts Rules?

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If the motion is still applicable, it can be rescinded or amended.  See RONR (11th ed.), p. 305ff for the complete details.  But that's not re-voting on it.  You'll either be proposing to rescind it altogether or change the language in the adopted motion.

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