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Is belief motivation? Capricious discipline (without a motion)?


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If in a meeting, a member makes remarks, statements, or arguments about what they think another member believes... is such speech considered "personal remarks" or questioning the motives of a member (or both?) if not part of a pending motion?

 

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9 hours ago, BabbsJohnson said:

If in a meeting, a member makes remarks, statements, or arguments about what they think another member believes... is such speech considered "personal remarks" or questioning the motives of a member (or both?) if not part of a pending motion?

 

See responses to your other post.

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