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History of Revisions on Committees


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Guest Daniel Schrock

I am trying to do some research on the history of the revisions of RONR on a specific topic.  The current version of RONR explicitly states in section 49 that it is possible for persons who are not members of the assembly or society to be appointed to committees.  However, as I looked at older versions I noticed that that language did not appear in section 49 of RONR until the 9th edition in 1990.   Does that mean that this was not a possibility in RONR prior to the revisions of 1990?  Is there another section that would have spoken to that possibility in older sections?  Or was it a possibility even though it was not explicitly stated in the older versions?  

Thank you!  

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27 minutes ago, Gary Novosielski said:

I think this is not so much a change in the rules as it is a clarification to avoid misconceptions about what was and was not allowed.  

There are a few things that were incorporated into RONR from Parliamentary Law(PL).  I was actually asked about the origin of one by a client about a month ago. 

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