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Veto Power

Guest Richard Carey

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When does the President or presiding officer of the meeting have the power to veto a motion? During the meeting, post meeting or when the minutes of that meeting are read for approval?

RONR grants the presiding officer no such "veto power". If your president claims he has it, ask him to show you where he gets it. It's not from RONR.

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