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Modification

  1. The Senate shall have the power to adopt, amend, or repeal Rules of Order for a body of the Association. These modifications shall be done by a two-thirds vote, provided that previous notice had been given.

  2. A body of the Association shall have the power to adopt, amend, or repeal Rules of Order for their respective operation. These modifications shall be done by a two-thirds vote, provided that previous notice had been given.The Senate shall have the power to adopt, amend, or repeal Rules of Order for a body of the Association. These modifications shall be done by a two-thirds vote, provided that previous notice has been given. However, once the Senate has acted to adopt, repeal, or amend Rules of Order for another body of the Association, that body of the Association shall not be authorized to modify its Rules of Order in any manner inconsistent with the Senate action during the remainder of the current fiscal year.


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Mon May 9 17:09:02 PDT 1994