The Florida Parliamentarian
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The Florida Parliamentarian e-Newsletter
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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.
The February 2018 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian includes the notice for the Annual Meeting in May along with the proposed bylaw amendments. There is a lesson on Reconsider, Rescind, and renewal of motions. Regular columns include President Bierbaum’s message, the Q & A, and the directory update.
The December issue of the Florida Parliamentarian features an NAP convention report, a unit lesson on Germane, and a sampling of mnemonics that can help you remember important parliamentary lists. Regular columns include President Bierbaum’s message, the Q & A, and the directory update. Finally a bit of poetry about parliamentary procedure closes out this issue.
The September 2017 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian features a column by President Eugene Bierbaum, PRP on units as a parliamentary incubator. The call to the Fall Meeting and Henry M. Robert’s Day along with registration forms, workshops, and proposed bylaws amendments are included as well. Articles focus on the FSAP motto and the symbolism of the gavel.
The April 2017 issue of the Florida Parliamentarian contains the call to meeting for the annual meeting with the registration form and hotel accommodations form. Proposed bylaws amendments are submitted along with the bylaws committee and nominating committee reports. This issue also features a unit lesson on bylaws and an article on Vote of No Confidence.
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