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Parliamentary Procedure: What does it mean and why is it important?

Puzzled by Parlipro? Tongue-tied by motions? Perplexed by whether a motion is debatable or amendable? Who came up with the rules of parliamentary procedure anyway? Here’s a chance to learn a thing or two about motions and parliamentary procedure, courtesy of the public domain version of Robert's Rules of Order Revised, Fourth Edition.

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  1. Lay on the Table

  2. Previous Question

  3. Postpone to a Certain Time (Postpone Definitely)

  4. Postpone Indefinitely

  5. Take from the Table


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