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Once an item has gone through the due process of being added to the agenda, can the President deny the item to be discussed or a motion made?

There is no rule in RONR that even requires that a motion "go through the due process of being added to the agenda." You can raise any motion during new business (unless the motion is of the type that requires notice, such as amendments to the bylaws.)

Once a motion is made and seconded, the president may not "deny the item" although he/she could rule that the motion is not in order and state the reasons for his ruling. (If you do not agree with the ruling, you can appeal it.)

If this persists, maybe you need a new chairman. See FAQ#20 on the RONR site.


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