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See pp. 468-471. Generally speaking, a motion to suspend the rules would not be included directly unless either a vote was counted, in which case it must be included so that the vote can be as well, or it is needed to refer to it obliquely in order to make sense of the proceedings, along the lines of "The rules having been suspended to allow the motion to be considered early, Mr. X moved..."

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17 hours ago, ClayRembert said:

We rearranged the items on our agenda (on the fly) when our guest speaker, arrived really early for our monthly meeting. The goal was to ensure he had enough time to make his case.

I do not think that there is any need to include this suspension of the rules in the minutes.

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