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Once a motion has been voted on in the affirmative, may a member who voted for it bring it up again at a later date in order to have a new vote and (presumably) vote against it?

Assuming the action that was authorized has not been completed, any member can make a motion to rescind or otherwise amend a motion that was previously adopted. It takes a two-thirds vote, the vote of a majority of the (entire) membership, or, with notice, a majority vote.

(The narrowly defined motion to Reconsider can only be made by someone who voted on the prevailing side but it's too late to make a motion to reconsider.)

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