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Roberts Rules of Order

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Basic Guidelines

To obtain the floor(right to speak)Stand when the person speaking has finished State, Mr./Madam ChairmanYou must be recognized by the chair before speaking Standing while another has the floor is out of order

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Basic Guidelines

Agenda and all committee reports Are merely recommendations After they are presented to the assembly and the question state: debate begins and changes occur.

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Basic Guidelines

Remarks:Must be directed to the chair Must be courteous in language and deportmentAvoid all personalitiesNever allude to others by name Or to motives

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Basic Guidelines

The “question” is the last question stated by the Chair

This is when debate begins

The member moving the “question” is entitled to preference to the floor

No member can speak twice to the same issue until everyone wishing to speak has spoken to it once.

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Order of Precedence

Is simply the order in which an item or motion is address or acted upon.

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Main Motions

Bring business before the assembly.Form: “I move that (or “to”)….Cannot be interrupted. 2nd required Is debatableIs amendable Majority vote required.

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Subsidiary Motions

Assist the assembly in treating or deposing of a main motion. Characteristics - 4Always apply to another motion while it is pending, aids in treating or disposing of it, always does something to this other motion, that is changes the status in some way without adopting or rejecting it. Apply to any main motion Fit into an order of precedentsTime sensitivity

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§11 Postponed Indefinitely Purpose- Kills the main motionForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Debatable Not amendable Majority vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§12 Amend Purposed: modify wording of a motion Form:Cannot be interrupted2nd required Debatable AmendableMajority vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§13 Refer Purpose: to refer to committeeForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Debatable AmendableMajority vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§14 Postpone Definitely Purpose: to a Certain TimeForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Debatable AmendableMajority vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§15 Limit or Extend Debate Purpose: to extend or limit debateForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Not Debatable Amendable2/3 vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§16 Previous Question Purpose: Close debate Form: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Not Debatable Not Amendable2/3 vote

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Subsidiary Motions cont.

§17 Lay on the Table Purpose: Lay aside temporarilyForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Not Debatable Not AmendableMajority

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Privileged Motions

Do not relate to the pending business, but have to do with special matters of immediate and overriding importance.Also known as “privileged questions” which should not be confused with “questions of privilege.

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Privileged Motions cont.

§18 Call For The Orders of the Day Purpose: Follow the agendaForm: Can be interruptedNo 2nd required Not Debatable Not Amendablenone

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Privileged Motions cont.

§19 Raise to a Question of Privilege Purpose: register a complaint Form: Can be interruptedNo 2nd required Not Debatable Not Amendablenone

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Note: Questions of Privilege

Types of Questions of Privilege Those relating to the privileges of the whole assembly And questions of personal privilege

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Privileged Motions cont.

§20 Recess Purpose: Take a breakForm: Cannot be interrupted2nd required Not Debatable AmendableMajority

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Privileged Motions cont.

§21 Adjourn Purpose: Close meetingForm:Cannot be interrupted2nd required Not Debatable AmendableMajority

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Procedure in Small Boards (12 or less)

Members are not required to obtain the floor Motions need not be seconded There is not limit to the number of time a member can speak Informal discussion of a subject is permitted while no motion is pendingSometimes when a proposal is cleat to all a vote can be taken without a motion’s having been introduced Chair can speak in discussion without raising or leaving the chair. Chair usually can make motions and votes on all questions RONR (10th ed.),p. 470 I. 24-35, p. 471 I. 1-11

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Committees

Standing or Special Committees The same informalities and modifications of the regular rules of parliamentary procedure generally prevail as are listed for small boards on Pages 470-471. RONR (10TH ed.), p. 483 I. 12-14

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Presenter

Jim Adams AER International Board President2012-2014Contact Information: Phone:918-781-8203E-mail: jadams@okdrs.gov


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