Number Title Author Volume Issue Page Year Areas
2892 Editorial: Issue 200 Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 51 1 1 2010 Parliamentary Journal
2893 Civic Engagement, Citizenship and Parliamentary Procedure John W. Ray 51 1 3 2010 Parliamentary Procedure
2894 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 51 1 25 2010 Opinions
2895 Effect of Mandatory Abstention for Conflict of Interest on Presence of a Quorum Under RONR 2010-540 51 1 25 2010 Quorum
2896 Annual Meeting Held Without Proper Notice, Handling of Election of Directors and Bylaw Amendments. 2010-541 51 1 27 2010 Meetings
Notice
Elections
Bylaws
Board of Directors
2897 Chronic Lack of a Quorum under Kerr & King 2010-542 51 1 31 2010 Quorum
Parliamentary Authorities
2898 Breaking Quorum Intentionally 2010-543 51 1 32 2010 Quorum
2899 History of “Aye” and “No” Paul McClintock, CP-T, PRP 51 1 35 2010 History
2900 Are Parliamentarians Becoming Extinct? James “Jim” Jones, CPP-T, PRP 51 1 38 2010 Parliamentarian
2901 Editorial: Things I learned at the Annual Meeting Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 51 2 41 2010 Parliamentary Journal
2902 Parliamentary Procedure in the New Millennium S. David Shapiro 51 2 43 2010 Parliamentary Procedure
2903 The Parliamentary Profession Has Gone from . to . Nancy Sylvester, MA, PRP, CPP-T 51 2 52 2010 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
2904 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 51 2 57 2010 Opinions
2905 Member Parliamentarian and Possible Conflict of Interest 2010-544 51 2 57 2010 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
2906 Interrupted Roll Call after Voice Vote 2010-545 51 2 59 2010 Voting
2907 Standing Committee Terms under TSC 2010-546 51 2 60 2010 Committees
Parliamentary Procedure
2908 Multiple Candidate Election Surprises Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 51 2 63 2010 Elections
2909 A Tripartite Division of Motions A Reevaluation of Parliamentary Principles Eli Merchant 51 2 67 2010 Motions
Parliamentary Procedure
2910 Forecast of RONR/11 John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 51 2 71 2010 Parliamentary Authorities
2911 AIP’s Niche Is Growing Tom Sarbeck 51 2 72 2010 AIP Organization
2912 HY FARWELL EDITOR 1981-1987, 1990-1993 Hy Farwell 51 2 74 2010 Biography
2913 Our Executive Committee is Too Good! Dan Busby, ECFA President 51 2 76 2010 Board of Directors
2914 Appoint, Elect, or Select? Paul McClintock, CP-T, PRP 51 2 80 2010 Committees
2915 Editorial: Surprising Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 52 1 1 2011 Parliamentary Journal
2916 Editorial: PJonCD Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 51 3 81 2010 Parliamentary Journal
2917 Abbate’s Painless Minutes Approval Tips & Traps Doris Abbate, CP-T, PRP 51 3 83 2010 Minutes
2918 A Finding Aid: RONR’s 86 Motions compared with PJ Entries and AIP Members’ Usages Jim Lohr, Ph. D., CPP, RP 51 3 89 2010 Parliamentary Procedure
Parliamentary Authorities
2919 Ambiguity Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 51 3 109 2010 Parliamentary Procedure
2920 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 51 3 114 2010 Opinions
2921 Filling a Vacancy: Appointing vs. Electing 2010-547 51 3 114 2010 Elections
2922 E-Mail for Voting 2010-548 51 3 115 2010 Voting
Electronic
2923 E-Mail for Meeting Notices 2010-549 51 3 116 2010 Electronic
Notice
2924 The Role of the Professional Parliamentarian when Serving as Professional Presider 2010-550 51 3 118 2010 Parliamentarian
Presiding
2925 Editorial: A Good Idea Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 51 4 121 2010 Parliamentary Journal
2926 Motions that Require a Two-thirds Vote Teresa A. Dean, CPP-T, PRP 51 4 123 2010 Motions
Voting
2927 Creating Positive Organizational Climates through the Culture of Parliamentary Law Robin Nicklin Williamson, Ph.D. & Martha Womack Haun, Ph.D. 51 4 134 2010 Parliamentary Law
Group Dynamics
2928 “All Opposed, Same Sign” — What? Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 51 4 141 2010 Voting
2929 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 51 4 145 2010 Opinions
2930 Procedure for withdrawing a question in confusion 2010-551 51 4 145 2010 Withdrawal
2931 Transfer of Speaking Time 2010-552 51 4 146 2010 Debate
Rights
2932 James Madison’s Interest in Parliamentary Procedure T. Page Johnson, PRP 51 4 148 2010 History
Parliamentary Procedure
2933 Can a Quorumless Meeting Set Time for an Adjourned Meeting? Paul McClintock, CP-T 51 4 157 2010 Meetings
Quorum
Rights
2934 The 2010 Robert W. English Lecture Ann L. Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 52 1 3 2011 AIP Organization
History
2935 French Canada’s Dean of Procedure: The Rules of Order of Victor Morin (1865-1960) Tom Urbaniak, Ph.D. 52 1 16 2011 Parliamentary Authorities
Outside the United States
Biography
2936 Treatment of Object to Consideration in The Standard Code Lorenzo Cuesta, PRP 52 1 26 2011 Motions
2937 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 52 1 30 2011 Opinions
2938 Permitted Motions under a Time Limit 2011-553 52 1 30 2011 Motions
2939 Vote for Postponing General & Special Orders 2011-554 52 1 31 2011 Voting
Motions
Special Orders
General Orders
2940 Book Review: The Parliamentarian of Tomorrow Thomas R. Duncan, MD CP-T (ret.) 52 1 33 2011 Parliamentarian
2941 Review: In My Opinion Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 52 1 35 2011 Book Review
Presiding
2942 A Look at the Strike-Out Amendment (not identified) 52 1 38 2011 Motions
2943 Editorial: YOUR article Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 52 2 41 2011 Parliamentary Journal
2944 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 52 2 43 2011 Opinions
2945 Interaction of RONR and Statutory Default Opinions Committee2011-555 52 2 43 2011 Parliamentary Law
Parliamentary Authorities
2946 Special Meeting Approving Minutes of Regular Meeting 2011-556 52 2 45 2011 Meetings
Minutes
2947 Treatment of Fix the Time to Which to Adjourn in The Standard Code Lorenzo Cuesta, PRP 52 2 48 2011 Motions
Parliamentary Authorities
2948 Giving a Parliamentary Opinion: Some Practical Hints and Suggestions Eli Merchant, CPP, PRP 52 2 52 2011 Parliamentarian
Professionalism
Research
2949 Why Are ‘Noes’ Louder than ‘Ayes’? Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 52 2 58 2011 Voting
2950 Ethical Parameters for Parliamentarians M. Eugene Bierbaum, CPP-T, PRP 52 2 67 2011 Ethics
Parliamentarian
2951 Book Review: The Parliamentarian of Tomorrow Gaut Ragsdale, Ph.D., CPP-T, RP 52 2 72 2011 Book Review
Ethics
2952 Negative Motion, No Motion, What Can We Do? Barry Glazer, CPP-T 52 2 76 2011 Motions
2953 TWENTY-SIX SUBSIDIARY MOTIONS PENDING AT ONCE George Demeter, CPP 52 2 80 2011 Motions
2954 Editorial: Penultimate Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 52 3 81 2011 Parliamentary Journal
2955 Civic Friendship, Civility and Deliberation: The Role of Parliamentary Procedure Dr. John W. Ray 52 3 82 2011 Parliamentary Procedure
Debate
Decorum
Protocol
2956 Treatment of Informal Consideration in The Standard Code Lorenzo Cuesta, PRP 52 3 106 2011 Motions
Parliamentary Authorities
2957 Parliamentary Opinions Opinions Committee 52 3 110 2011 Opinions
2958 Filling a Blank on a Committee Slate by Ballot under RONR 2011-557 52 3 110 2011 Committees
Ballots
Parliamentary Authorities
2959 Filling a Blank for a Date and Place by Ballot under RONR 2011-558 52 3 112 2011 Ballots
Parliamentary Authorities
2960 Filling a Blank by Ballot under TSC 2011-559 52 3 114 2011 Ballots
Parliamentary Authorities
2961 So How Many Votes Do I Get? Joe Theobald, PRP 52 3 116 2011 Voting
Rights
2962 A RESOLUTION AGAINST RESOLUTIONS (not identified) 52 3 120 2011 Humor
2963 Editorial: Passing the torch Paul Lamb 52 4 121 2011 Parliamentary Journal
2964 Musings on Tyranny of the Majority Guinier, Ayn Rand, Tocqueville Thomas R. Duncan, MD CP-T (ret.) 52 4 123 2011 Meetings
Professionalism
Ethics
History
2965 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, James Lochrie, CPP-T, Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 52 4 137 2011 Board of Directors
Rights
Labor Unions
Discipline
2966 Disciplinary Appeal Rights to a Superior Body 2011-560 52 4 137 2011 Labor Unions
Rights
Discipline
2967 Substitute Directors, Limitation of Rights 2011-561 52 4 138 2011 Board of Directors
Rights
2968 Parliamentary Strategies – the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Barry Glazer, CPP-T 52 4 141 2011 Tactics
2969 Moderating a Potentially Disruptive Meeting Dr. David P. Brien, CP 52 4 148 2011 Meetings
Discipline
Presiding
Professionalism
2970 Letters to a Burgeoning Parliamentarian – What Do I Do? Kevin O’Grattan 52 4 156 2011 Professionalism
Parliamentarian
2971 Final Words Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 52 4 160 2011 Parliamentary Journal
2972 A New Beginning Larry Cisar, CP-T, RP 53 1 1 2012 Parliamentary Journal
2973 Parliamentary Résumés Jonathan M. Jacobs, CP, PRP 53 1 3 2012 Resumes
Professionalism
2974 How to Write In a Write-In When There is No Writing In Place John D. Stackpole, CPP, PRP 53 1 18 2012 Elections
Candidates
2975 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, James Lochrie, CPP-T, Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 53 1 23 2012 Opinions
2976 Executive Council Endorsement—A Nomination by Any Other Name 2012-562 53 1 23 2012 Nominations
Endorsement
2977 Updating a Historic Constitution 2012-563 53 1 24 2012 Constitution
Revision
2978 Frequent Frivolous Amendments to a Constitution 2012-564 53 1 25 2012 Constituion
Amendment
Renewing
2979 American Institute of Parliamentarians Standard Code of Parliamentary Procedure James Lochrie, CPP-T, B.Sc. 53 1 29 2012 Parliamentary Authority
2980 Greatest Flexibility- Creating And Filling A Blank Doris Abbate, CP-T, PRP 53 1 34 2012 Motions
Blanks
Amending
2981 The Switch: RONR 10 to 11 Larry Cisar, CP-T, RP 53 2 41 2012 Parliamentary Journal
2982 THE 17 SIGNIFICANT CHANGES FROM RONR 10 TO RONR 11 Reprinted with permission from the Robert’s Rules Association 53 2 43 2012 Parliamentary Authority
2983 THE CONCEPT OF PRECEDENT REVISITED Eli Merchant, CPP 53 2 46 2012 Precedent
Interpretation
2984 COUNTING THE ELECTORAL VOTES T. Page Johnson, PRP 53 2 51 2012 Elections
Voting
2985 CENSURE: PENALTY VERSUS MOTION Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 53 2 59 2012 Censure
Discipline
2986 PARLIAMENTARY OPINIONS Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, James Lochrie, CPP-T, Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 53 2 64 2012 Opinion
2987 Treatment of “Report” of Unauthorized “Committee” in Minutes 2012-565 53 2 64 2012 Minutes
Committee
2988 Adjourned Meeting under Kerr & King 2012-566 53 2 67 2012 Meeting
Parliamentary Authority
2989 Historic Constitution, No Method of Amendment 2012-567 53 2 69 2012 Constitution
Amend
Revise
2990 Validity of a Rescheduled Meeting 2012-568 53 2 73 2012 Meeting
Scheduling
2991 EXPUNGE Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 53 2 75 2012 Minutes
2992 Letter to the Editor Bernard J. Sussman, CP 53 2 78 2012 Parliamentary Authority
2993 Books about Simon de Montfort – Founder of the Modern Parliament (not identified) 53 2 80 2012 History
2994 Annual Sessions Larry Cisar, CP-T, RP 53 3 81 2012 Parliamentary Journal
2995 Whose motion is it anyway? Dominic Holzhaus 53 3 83 2012 Motions
2996 The Prince and the Parliamentarian Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CP 53 3 91 2012 History
2997 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, James Lochrie, CPP-T, Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 53 3 96 2012 Opinions
2998 Need for Motion to Consider Item on Adopted Agenda 2012-569 53 3 96 2012 Motion
Procedure
2999 Construction of Disappearing Quorum Provision in Bylaws 2012-570 53 3 98 2012 Quorum
Bylaws
3000 Elimination of Mail Balloting 2012-571 53 3 101 2012 Balloting
3001 Current Edition of Sturgis’s Standard Code 2012-572 53 3 103 2012 Parliamentary Authority
3002 Sine Die Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 53 3 106 2012 Adjournment
3003 Parliamentarians Are Intimidating Kim Goldsworthy, CP 53 3 108 2012 Professionalism
3004 A Computer-Assisted Parliamentary Audit of a City Library Board’s Year Jim Lohr, PhD, CPP, RP 53 3 111 2012 Computers
Audit
3005 This Issue Larry Cisar, CP-T, RP 53 4 121 2012 Parliamentary Journal
3006 Parliamentary Authors: What Influenced the People Who Influence Us Colette C. Trohan, PRP, CPP-T, E. Marie Wilson, PRP, CPP-T 53 4 122 2012 Authors
Parliamentary Authority
3007 Organizing an Organization Trevor Sorensen, RP 53 4 135 2012 Organization
3008 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, James Lochrie, CPP-T, Mark Schilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP 53 4 139 2012 Opinions
3009 When an organization has a president and president-elect, can the president-elect run for re-election? 2012-573 53 4 139 2012 Officers
Elections
3010 Vote requirement for adoption of a consent calendar under AIPSC 2012-574 53 4 142 2012 Consent Agenda
Vote
3011 Can the board nullify an annual church meeting, where new members were elected and the budget approved, when numerous rules were broken in the running of the meeting? 2012-575 53 4 144 2012 Boards
Meeting
Hierarchy
3012 Bylaw Amendment Impossible Because of Persistent Inability to Obtain a Two-Thirds Vote 2012-576 53 4 146 2012 Bylaws
Amendment
3013 Abbreviations Used in AIP Opinions (not identified) 53 4 150 2012 Opinions
3014 Origins of Parliamentary Terms Dominic Holzhaus, CP, RP 53 4 152 2012 Terminology
History
3015 Into 2013 Larry Cisar, CP-T, RP 54 1 1 2013 Parliamentary Journal
3016 Social Media and the Board: Using Social Media to Increase Organizational Governance and Communication W. Craig Henry, PRP, CPP-T 54 1 2 2013 Social
Board
Organization
3017 Book Review: The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Parliamentary Procedure—Fast-Track Sarah E. Merkle, J.D., CPP, PRP 54 1 16 2013 Parliamentary Procedure
3018 Book Review: Notes and Comments on Robert’s Rules Sarah E. Merkle, J.D., CPP, PRP 54 1 20 2013 Parliamentary Procedure
3019 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 54 1 25 2013 Opinions
3020 Vice President halfway through a term running for president under a staggered office system. 2013-577 54 1 25 2013 Officers
Terms
3021 Vote required to adopt a conflicting motion 2013-578 54 1 26 2013 Vote
3022 Procedures for a Joint Committee under AIPSC 2013-579 54 1 28 2013 Committee
3023 The Introductory Motion: Twinned Motions Eli Merchant, Ph.D., CPP 54 1 31 2013 Motions
3024 Accreditation Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 54 2 41 2013 Parliamentary Journal
3025 Why Study Multiple Authorities? Roger Hanshaw 54 2 42 2013 Parliamentary Authorities
Education
3026 Seeking the Value of Certification James “Jim” Jones CPP-T, PRP 54 2 48 2013 Certification
Professionalism
3027 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 54 2 52 2013 Opinions
3028 Status of a Committee Authorized to Revise the Bylaws 2013-580 54 2 52 2013 Committee
Bylaws
3029 Validity of a Canceled Meeting 2013-581 54 2 55 2013 Meeting
3030 Listening Skills for the Parliamentarian Robin Nicklin Williamson, PhD. and Martha Womack Haun, PhD., PRP 54 2 60 2013 Listening
Professionalism
3031 Successful Church Meetings Stanley G. Sturges, M.D. 54 2 67 2013 Church
Mass Meeting
3032 Changing Custom Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CPP 54 2 74 2013 Custom
3033 Editorial: Back to the Future Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 54 3 81 2013 Parliamentary Journal
3034 Rules for Electronic Meetings as Conducted via E-Mail John D. Stackpole, CPP-T 54 3 83 2013 Email
Meetings
Electronic
3035 Presiding with Technology Jason Gariepy, MA, CP 54 3 99 2013 Presiding
Technology
Meetings
3036 Consent Agenda Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 54 3 102 2013 Agenda
3037 Creating Competent Leaders: Leaders Can Learn from a Bozo and Congress Ed Tracey 54 3 105 2013 Leadership
3038 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 54 3 111 2013 Opinions
3039 Who sets time and place of a special meeting? 2013-582 54 3 111 2013 Meetings
3040 I, Parliamentarian Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 54 3 118 2013 Humor
Professionalism
3041 Another Full Issue Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 54 4 121 2013 Parliamentary Journal
3042 An Enduring Misunderstanding Michael L. Swift, CPP-T, PRP 54 4 122 2013 Bylaws
Amendment
3043 Rules for Electronic Meetings as Conducted via E-Mail John D. Stackpole, CPP-T 54 4 125 2013 Meetings
Technology
3044 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 54 4 137 2013 Opinions
3045 Good Standing under AIPSC 2013-583 54 4 137 2013 Membership
3046 Counting a Partial Term towards Term Limits, No Parliamentary Authority 2013-584 54 4 138 2013 Elections
3047 Committee “minutes” preserved? 2013-585 54 4 139 2013 Committee
Minutes
3048 Rational Authority and the Parliamentarian:Avoiding Power Struggles in Meetings Martha J Haun and Robin N. Williamson 54 4 141 2013 Meetings
Power
3049 Mass Meetings in the Emergency of 1863 Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CPP 54 4 146 2013 Meetings
History
3050 Editorial: Year of the Horse Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 55 1 1 2014 Parliamentary Journal
3051 Robert W. English Lecture M. Eugene Bierbaum, PhD, CPP 55 1 3 2014 History
Leadership
3052 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 55 1 19 2014 Opinions
3053 Effect of the defeat of a consent agenda under AIPSC 2014-586 55 1 19 2014 Agenda
Voting
3054 Use of AIPSC motion to table 2014-587 55 1 21 2014 Motion
Parliamentary Authority
3055 E-Meeting Rules and Procedures Updated for the Real World: Part I John D Stackpole, CPP, PRP 55 1 25 2014 Electronic
Procedures
Professionalism
3056 Editorial: Half Way Point Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 55 2 41 2014 Parliamentary Journal
3057 Parliamentarian History in the U.S. Congress (not identified) 55 2 42 2014 History
3058 E-Meeting Rules and Procedures Updated for the Real World: Part II John D Stackpole, CPP, PRP 55 2 43 2014 Electronic
Procedures
Professionalism
3059 Making Parliamentary Law Jonathan M. Jacobs, PRP, CPP 55 2 49 2014 Law
Procedures Creativity
3060 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 55 2 60 2014 Opinions
3061 Use of Custom under AIPSC 2014-588 55 2 60 2014 Custom
Authority
3062 Establishing a Customary Rule under AIPSC 2014-589 55 2 62 2014 Custom
Authority
3063 Expunge under AIPSC 2014-590 55 2 64 2014 Minutes
Motions
Authority
3064 BOOK REVIEW: MASTERING COUNCIL MEETINGS: A GUIDEBOOK FOR ELECTED OFFICIALS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENTS Weldon L. Merritt, CPP, PRP 55 2 67 2014 Local
Government
Councils
3065 The Associational Phenomenon The Future of Democracy Eli Merchant, CPP, PhD 55 2 72 2014 Democracy
Organizations
3066 Impression Management and the Presiding Officer Martha Womack Haun, Ph.D., PRP and Robin Nicklin Williamson, Ph.D.5 55 3 81 2014 Systems
3067 Modern Code Governing Motions Robert W. English, CPP, RP 55 3 86 2014 Authorities
3068 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 55 3 103 2014 Opinions
3069 Taking up a postponed motion early under AIPSC 2014-591 55 3 103 2014 Procedure
3070 Further postponing a special order under AIPSC 2014-592 55 3 105 2014 Procedure
3071 Meaning of an “omnibus motion” and the applicable rules 2014-593 55 3 107 2014 Motions
3072 Consent Calendars In The Real World Barry Glazer, CPP-T 55 3 109 2014 Procedure
Agenda
3073 Summer Reading Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 55 3 OBC 2014 Editorial
3074 Once More Into the Breach Larry Cisar, CPP-T, RP 55 4 121 2014 Editorial
3075 Modern Code Governing Motions: Part II Robert W. English, CPP, RP 55 4 123 2014 Authoritis
3076 Procedural Aspects of the Penn State Scandal Jonathan M. Jacobs, CPP, PRP 55 4 138 2014 History
Procedure
3077 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 55 4 155 2014 Opinions
3078 When the Chair votes under AIPSC 2014-594 55 4 155 2014 Voting
Presiding
3079 Is use of the phrase “ex officio” required to apply the rules governing “ex officio” members of boards and committees as stated in the parliamentary authority? 2014-595 55 4 157 2014 Terminology
3080 How are amendments to previously adopted minutes to be written in regard to the minutes of the meeting at which the amendment was approved? 2014-596 55 4 159 2014 Minutes
3081 Note from the Editor Carol Johnson Davis, CP-T, PRP 56 1 1 2015 Editorial
3082 Action in Small Boards Ann L. Rempel, CPP-T 56 1 2 2015 Boards
Procedure
3083 Redefining an Organization: The Role of the Parliamentarian Robin Nicklin Williamson, Ph.D. & Martha Womack Haun, Ph.D., PRP 56 1 5 2015 Organizations
Parliamentarian
3084 How to Write a Report on ‘How to Improve a Meeting’ Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 56 1 11 2015 Professionalism
3085 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 56 1 13 2015 Opinions
3086 How are amendments to previously adopted minutes to be indicated on the originally approved minutes of the meeting? 2014-597 56 1 13 2015 Minutes
Amending
3087 Do we need to approve amendments to a pre-circulated agenda? 2014-598 56 1 21 2015 Agenda
3088 When a pre-circulated agenda is automatically the agenda for the meeting, what details should the bylaws prescribe? 2014-599 56 1 23 2015 Agenda
Bylaws
3089 Parliamentary Procedure as a Means of Mending Our Broken Politics Dr. John W. Ray 56 2 26 2015 Professionalism
3090 The Senate Filibuster A Parliamentary Assessment Eli Merchant, CPP 56 2 35 2015 Debate
3091 Bylaws Committee: Some Observations Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 56 2 39 2015 Bylaws
Committee
Amending
3092 Can Deliberative Assemblies Survive Personal Technology? Fran Goddu 56 2 47 2015 Technology
3093 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 56 2 58 2015 Opinions
3094 Can a board meet regularly in executive session if there is no bylaw, special rule, or established custom to the effect? 2015-600 56 2 58 2015 Boards
Meetings
3095 Under AIPSC, what business falls to the ground when a new class of board members takes office on a board with several staggered classes? 2015-601 56 2 59 2015 Boards
Motions
3096 May a newly elected board take action before the start of its term? 2015-602 56 2 61 2015 Boards
Term
3097 Motions: A Matter of Ritual or Procedure? Authentic and Inauthentic Choices Eli Merchant, Ph.D., CPP 56 3 67 2015 Motions
3098 Intrinsically Irrelevant Negative Votes Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 56 3 73 2015 Voting
3099 Motion or Question Paul Lamb, CP-T, PRP 56 3 76 2015 Terminology
3100 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 56 3 78 2015 Opinions
3101 Should the name and purpose of an organization be duplicated in the articles of incorporation and the bylaws? 2015-603 56 3 78 2015 Bylaws
Charter
3102 Validity of action taken to benefit president when president chairs the meeting 2015-604 56 3 79 2015 Personal Interest
3103 Can an adopted bylaw amendment be reconsidered under AIPSC? 2015-605 56 3 82 2015 Bylaws
Amendments
3104 A note from the editor Carol Johnson Davis, CP-T, PRP 56 4 85 2015 Editorial
3105 Must We Consent to Use Consensus? David Mezzera, PRP 56 4 86 2015 Voting
3106 For Better or Worse . . . Some Long-Range Parliamentary Effects Martha Womack Haun, Ph.D., PRP, Robin Nicklin Williamson, Ph.D. 56 4 92 2015 Sociology
3107 Style Books and the Parliamentarian Kim Goldsworthy, CP, PRP 56 4 97 2015 Professionalism
3108 Consequential Amendments Paul Lamb, CP-T, RPR 56 4 103 2015 Amendments
3109 Parliamentary Opinions Michael Malamut, CPP-T, PRP, Mark Shilansky, CPP-T, PRP, Ann Rempel, CPP-T, PRP, Consultant: Tom Urbaniak 56 4 104 2015 Opinions
3110 Motion to Table under AIPSC 2015-606 56 4 104 2015 Motions
3111 Is there no Motion to Remove from the Table under AIPSC? 2014-607 56 4 105 2015 Motions
3112 Closed Meeting for Boards, Advisability under AIPSC 2015-608 56 4 107 2015 Meetings
3113 Executive Session for Committees under RONR 2015-609 56 4 109 2015 Meetings

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