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A colleague offers a correction to the minutes of a previous meeting. Another colleague disputes the accuracy of the correction. Is the appropriate response to a/ add the correction to the correction in the revised minutes or b/ vote against accepting the minutes with the correction or c/ something else?


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If there is an objection to a proposed correction, the assembly handles the matter under the rules for a motion to amend and then votes and decides the matter by majority vote.

When all corrections have been dealt with the chair declares the minutes approved (approved as corrected) without a vote.

See RONR (12th ed.), 41:9-41:12


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