Policy 1617-01:

Establishment of a Procedure for Introducing Proposals Before the Representative Assembly.

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Proposals, to include resolutions, internal policies, and referenda, must be submitted to the Agenda Setter [Head Representative or their designee] at least seven days in advance of a scheduled meeting of the Representative Assembly in order to be included on the agenda.

Proposals may be introduced into the agenda by the following methods:

  1. Proposals may be introduced by a Co-Chair or the Head Representative without further sponsorship.
  2. Proposals may be introduced by a recognized Working Group or Committee without further sponsorship, provided that the legislation is pertinent to the Working Group or Committee’s charge, as judged by the Head Representative.
  3. Proposals may be introduced to the Body by the sponsorship of three or more Representatives.

The agenda setter must publish the meeting agenda at least six days in advance of a scheduled meeting of the Representative Assembly.

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