The Florida Parliamentarian
FSAP publishes a quarterly newsletter, mailed to members and also published online. This publication is also available to be mailed to non-members. Subscriptions are $20 per year. Contact Paul Rene, PRP for more information at mail to: paul@rules of order.net
The Florida Parliamentarian e-Newsletter
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The Florida Parliamentarian e-Newsletter is now downloadable!
We changed the app that allows us to publish the flip book, but if you prefer the paper copy in your hands, you can download it to your computer and print it out. Look for the little arrow at the top left side above the newsletter and just click on it and download gets underway.
The March 2019 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian announces the FSAP annual meeting May 17-19, 2019 in Brandon, FL. Registration forms are included and there is notice of bylaws amendments. Articles featured include: How a Table Changes its Shape Across the Ocean and The Chair Votes. The parliamentary lesson is on How Should the Chair Respond? Also featured is the popular Q and A column.
The December 2018 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian features a unit lesson on Handling Motions and articles on Provisos and Raise a Question of Privilege in addition to the Q and A column. Two new forms to transmit applications, renewals and dues for provisional members are provided.
The September 2018 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian includes information about the workshops to be presented at the Henry M. Robert Day workshops. An article, Tell, Teach or Train is featured in addition.
The June 2018 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian includes information about the FSAP annual meeting held in May. There is also a lesson on original and incidental main motions. Regular columns include the FSAP President’s message, the Q & A, and the directory update.
The April 2018 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian includes the schedule for the Annual Meeting in May along with the proposed bylaw amendment to establish a registered section. You can find information about Parliamentary Law Month. There is also a lesson on Presiding Questions. Regular columns include President Bierbaum’s message, the Q & A, and the directory update.
FSAP members have permission to reproduce these lessons for unit or individual study.