Riddick's Rules of procedure: a modern guide to faster and more efficient meetings
An alphabetical guide to rules of parliamentary procedures for making motions, amendments, voting, member and officer responsibilities, reporting issues, and definitions and information on other terms used in parliamentary procedure.
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