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When a committee is reviewing the previous meeting's minutes, and a person wishes to correct, or change, the record of what another person said, is it necessary to have the original speaker's consent to change the record of what they said in the previous meeting?

No, but consider that:

[a] committees don't usually prepare formal minutes (though notes are appropriate), and

the minutes are intended as the official record of what was done (e.g. motions), not what was said, (e.g. discussion and debate).

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