Bylaws, Rules and Procedures

NEVADA GREEN PARTY – Bylaws

Name of Political Party: ‘Nevada Green Party” and/or ‘Green Party of Nevada”

Phone: GPNV main (775) 298-6847

Procedure to Ensure that Only One Candidate May be Nominated for Each Office:

As set out in the Bylaws in Article V. the selection of candidates is determined
each election cycle with only one candidate ultimately nominated for each office
by the party.

Article I. NAME.
Section 1.01. The Name of this organization is the Nevada Green Party/Green
Party Nevada

Article 2. PURPOSE/STRUCTURE

Section 2.01. These bylaws shall govern the organization, operation, and functions
of the political party known as the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada. These
bylaws will be made freely available and accessible to the public on the Nevada
Green Party/Green Party Nevada’s website.

Section 2.02. The goals of the Nevada Green Party are to actively promote in every
appropriate way:

Section 2.03 The Political Program and Policies of the Nevada Green Party.
the “Ten Key Values” that are the core of Green philosophy, those being:
Grassroots Democracy, Social Justice And Equal Opportunity, Ecological
Wisdom, Non-Violence, Decentralization, Community-Based Economics,
Feminism, Gender Equity and Gender Affirmation, with Respect For Diversity,
Personal And Global Responsibility, and Future Focus And Sustainability.

(a) Building a class-based, working-class, political party, that is independent
from the political parties of the wealthy and ruling elite.

(b) Fighting for, expanding, promoting and legislating policies that are universal
and benefit the majority of the working-class in Nevada, rather than narrow
identity-based policies.

(c) We recognize that the Republic form of government defined by elections
and voting are inherently, anti-democratic & give disproportionate power to
the wealthy. Thus, another main goal is to adopt Direct-Democracy, for the
state of Nevada and the United States as a whole, which would be
representative of the population and give political power & decision-making
to poor and working people.

(d) The Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada also seeks to secure for the
workers by hand or by mind, the full fruits of their wealth & labor, and the
most equitable distribution thereof, that may be possible upon the basis of
public ownership of the economy, means of production, distribution and
exchange, and the best obtainable system of popular administration, through
direct-democracy and worker’s control of each industry or service. Abolition
of the wage system and in its place, Universal Basic Income.

Section 2.04. The mission of the Nevada Green Party is to take direct action, run
candidates for elections, gain a majority in civil bodies, pass referenda and support
legislation which upholds the Ten Key Values to place before the voters, with
candidates who affirm the Ten Key Values, our principles and political
independence. By political independence, we mean that

i. Official Nevada Green
Party/Green Party Nevada elected representatives, will not vote on legislation that
the State Green Party has not presented or endorsed.

ii we will not participate in civil bodies until we have a majority in those bodies, nor enter into coalitions, which would water-down our principles, with other political parties, to pass legislation.

Section 2.05. The Nevada Green Party shall be governed by the Voting Members
of the Green Party Nevada at General Meetings and the Executive Committee

(a) The General Meeting of Voting Members of the Nevada Green Party is the
supreme decision-making body.

(b) The rules contained in the current edition of Robert’s Rules of Order Newly
Revised, shall govern the organization in all cases to which they are applicable and
in any, which they are not consistent with these Bylaws.

Section 2.06. Local Chapters.
(a) Any group of Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada members may form
a local, county, or regional group of the Nevada Green Party (“Local
Chapter”). The Executive Committee shall officially approve each Local
Chapter. Each local chapter must host 3 committee members.

(b) Each Local Chapter must adopt the State Green Party of Nevada’s Local
bylaws model, for making local decisions and it must abide by the State
Bylaws . Local bylaws cannot be modified until 90 days after a new local is
formed. Local bylaws can be modified before 90 days, with a submission of
their local bylaws, for approval by the state Executive Board. Local Chapters
may form their own committees to handle membership, outreach, events, and
fundraising in their local area.

(c) Each Local Chapter is responsible for interacting with organizations within
its region, organizing actions, and generally building the Nevada Green
Party/Green Party Nevada, at the local level.

(d) Each Local Chapter must be a dues-paying based membership
organization, with dues payed to the State Green Party of Nevada. The Nevada
Green Party will decide on the percentage of dues given back to chapters for
local chapter needs. Exceptions may be made, on a case by case basis by the
State Executive Committee, including waiving dues for hardship and for other
reasons in which persons are unable to meet all of the requirements.

(e) Local Chapters shall keep the Executive Committee updated with
information about their leadership, activities, current bylaws, Nevada Green
Party Bylaws, membership information, committees, and other information
reasonably requested by the Executive Committee.

(f) Local Chapters in violation of the principles, program or binding
resolutions of the State Green Party of Nevada/Nevada Green Party, can have
their Official Chapter Status revoked.

(g) Upon dissolution of any Local Chapter, any residual assets shall become
property of the State Green Party of Nevada/Nevada Green Party.

Article 3. GENERAL MEETINGS OF VOTING MEMBERS
Section 3.01.

Voting Members. A person is a voting member of the Nevada
Green Party, if he or she is:

i. Legally registered to vote in Nevada,

ii. Has selected
the Green Party as his or her current party affiliation if applicable, independent if
not,

iii. Has been a Nevada Green Party member for at least thirty (30) days.
iv. Is a dues paying member of the Nevada Green Party (“Voting Member”). Exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis by the Executive Committee, including waving dues for hardship and for other reasons in which persons are unable to meet all of the requirements,

v. Voting Members must agree to our main principles, our political program, our policies, The Ten Key Values and our commitment to building an independent, working-class political party.

Section 3.02. Voting Rights.
Each member in good standing will have an equal vote in all decision making. For
State or Local leadership elections, votes will be under the rules defined in section
4.03.

(a) Removal of Members.
a. If a member in good standing is found to be in substantial disagreement with the
principles or policies of the State Green Party of Nevada/Green Party Nevada, or if
they are found to be consistently engaging in undemocratic, disruptive behavior, or
if they are found to be under the discipline of any democratic centralist
organization or other political party, the State Party may vote to expel them from
the Green Party of Nevada/ . In order for such a finding to be made, another
member must formally issue written charges against the member in question, to the
Grievance Officer in the Executive Committee, which will set the date for a
meeting, for deliberations on the charges. The member in question must receive a
copy of the written charges and notice of the meeting a minimum of two (2) weeks
before that meeting takes place. Expulsion of a member requires a majority vote of
the General Voting Membership.

(b) Good-faith disagreement between members shall not be grounds for removal of
any member nor otherwise interpreted to constitute harassment, provided such
ideological disagreement does not constitute substantial disagreement with the
principles and policies of the State Green Party of Nevada. Such disagreement
alone shall not be considered substantive evidence of undemocratic or disruptive
behavior. Good-faith differences in opinion, over cultural matters shall not be
grounds for removal of any member nor otherwise interpreted to constitute
harassment, unless such opinions and statements by an individual member, involve
race realism, enforced sexism, or documented harassment. The Nevada Green
Party/Green Party Nevada seeks to gain a majority of the population over to our
principles and program, so membership and ideas are open to both cultural
progressives, moderates and conservatives as long as they agree with our program
and policies.

Section 3.02.
General Meetings of Voting Members for Executive Committee
Elections . There will be a General Meeting of Voting Members between

May I – July 31 of each year

to hold Executive Committee elections and at such other
times as determined by the Executive Committee. The date for any General
Meeting will be determined by the Executive Committee. Notice regarding a
General Meeting shall be provided on the Nevada Green Party website, through
email mailing lists, and on social media.

Section 3.03.
General Meeting Procedures. General Meetings may be held either
live or set-up entirely as an online vote without any live component.

(a) Live Meetings. If a General Meeting is to be held live at a particular place
and location (“Live General Meeting”) the Executive Committee will provide
at least 30 days’ notice. Provisions shall be made to allow persons to attend a
Live General Meeting by telephone or Internet.

(b) Online Vote General Meetings. If a General Meeting is to be held as an
online vote (“Online Vote General Meeting”) the Executive Committee will
provide at least 14 days notice.

Section 3.04.
Responsibility and Authority. Each General Meeting may take any
action in furtherance of the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada, including,
but not limited to the following:

(a) Approve or modify the agenda proposed by the Executive Committee.

(b) Elect new members of the Executive Committee.

(c) Amend Nevada Green Party Bylaws.

(d) Delegate responsibilities to the Executive Committee, or other standing
ad hoc committees, or to individuals with their documented consent, in the
form of photograph, text, email, written or online.

Article 4. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

Section 4.01.
The Executive Committee. The Executive Committee shall be the
officers and executive committee of the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada
as those terms are used in NRS 293 .171, et seq. The Chairperson/Co-Chairs and
Administrators/Co-Administrators of the Executive Committee are designated to
make filings with the Secretary of State as per NRS Chapter 293.

(a) The Executive Committee will create and maintain a website for the Green
Party of Nevada.

Section 4.02.
Composition & Duties: The Executive Committee shall be composed
of a minimum of three (3) persons and a maximum preferred number of ten (10)
persons, with the goal of always having ten (10) persons on the Executive
Committee. The Executive Committee may vote to expand the total number of
Executive Committee members and/or create positions, for State-Level
Committees, without having to amend the bylaws. The minimum composition of
the Executive Committee shall be one Chairperson, one Administrator/Historian
and one Treasurer. The maximum composition of the board shall be two
Co-Chairs, two Co-Administrators/Historians, two Co-Treasurers, one Grievance
Officer and at least, three At Large members, when available. An officer of the
Executive Committee cannot also be the officer of another committee and vice
versa. Every Executive Committee Officer must read and know the State Bylaws.
The Executive Committee may also vote on the hiring and use of paid staffers &
organizers to do party related work. The duties of the board shall be as follows:

(a) Two Co-Administrators/Historians (when possible). (one elected in even years
and one elected in odd years). The Co-Administrators/Historians are responsible
for:

i. Filing certificates of Existence, List of Candidates, and other filings with the
Secretary of State and Federal Election Commission.

ii. Communicating with the Secretary of State and Federal Election
Commission.

iii. Keeping information current with the Green Party of the United States.

iv. Recording and publishing State General Meeting minutes and State
Executive Committee Meeting minutes.

v. Maintaining membership information. Must document income, occupation
and other class-based information about members. Ensure privacy of member
information.

vi. The Administrators/Historians will ensure that these bylaws are made
freely available and accessible to the public on the Green Party of Nevada’s
website. The Administrators/Historians will be the main receiver of party
information and transmitter of information to the correct members.

vii. The Administrators/Historians will be responsible for collecting position
duties, party duties and voting cycles. The Administrators/Historians will be
the holder and house historical records, which interact with the Nevada State
Green Party.

viii. General and Executive Meeting Minutes.

b. Any references to member names shall appear as initials only, and personal
emails or other contact information will not appear in these minutes.

i .The Administrators/Historians will ensure that all General Meeting and
Executive Committee minutes are available to and accessible by the public on
the chapter’s website.

ii. The Administrators/Historians will ensure that all other committee meeting
minutes are available to and accessible by all members in good standing on the
chapter’s website.

iii. At their discretion, the Administrator/Historian Generals may delegate the
duties described in this Section to other chapter members in good standing.

iv. Two Co-Chairs. There shall be two co-chairs if possible, otherwise one
Chairperson. The Nevada Green Party shall strive to have one Co-Chair from
southern Nevada (elected in even years) and one Co-Chair from Northern
Nevada (elected in odd years). The Co-Chairs are
responsible for:

v. Facilitating General Meetings.

vi. Creating the proposed agenda for General Meetings.

vii. Obtaining current voter registration information databases from the
Secretary of State website.

viii. Assisting other Executive Committee members.

ix. Filing certificates of Existence, List of Candidates, and other filings with the
Secretary of State and Federal Election Commission.

x. Communicating with the Secretary of State and Federal Election
Commission.

(c) Two Co-Treasurers. There shall be two Co-Treasurers if possible (one
elected in even years and one elected in odd years). The Co-Treasurers are
responsible for:

i. Communicating with financial institutions on behalf of the Nevada Green
Party.

ii. Filing and presenting Treasurer’s Reports.

iii. Filing financial fundraising reports with the Secretary of State and the
Federal Election Commission.

iv. Maintaining credit card and bank accounts.

v. Maintaining a budget.

vi. Maintaining sub-accounts for Local Chapters.

vii. Handling any other financial responsibilities pertaining to the Nevada
Green Party/Green Party Nevada.

(d) One Grievance Officer. There shall be one Grievance Officer if possible.
Grievance Officers are responsible for:

i. Receiving and filing complaints and grievances from membership.

ii. Being impartial towards persons and/or groups, that are either submitting
the complaints and grievances and/or also towards the persons and/or groups
for which the complaints and grievances are being submitted against.

iii. When the complaint is received, the Grievance Officer will notify the
person(s) and/or group who the complaint is directed at, then schedule a
meeting between both parties, within two (2) weeks of the complaint. The
Grievance Officer will then attempt to resolve the complaint between both
parties. If the complaint/grievance cannot be solved, then the Grievance
Officer will have two (2) further options, depending on the context and
circumstances of the complaint.

iv. For matters relating to bylaws, candidate selection, leadership conflict of
interest and other matters related to principles and strategy of the State Green
Party of Nevada, the complaint can be presented to the Executive Committee
of the State Party to be decided upon.

v. For matters relating to harassment, sexual abuse, violence towards members
and other similar issues the Grievance Officer will organize and facilitate a
jury process, to decide on complaints and grievances. Persons and/or groups
that have received a complaint or grievance, are innocent until proven guilty.
Both parties (those submitting complaints and grievances, and those who the
complaints and grievances have been submitted against), will have a trial by a
jury of their peers (defined as randomly selected voting members in good
standing and who are not involved with the complaint/grievance filed). The
Jury will have the sovereign final decision making, on action and/or expulsion
regarding the complaint or grievance.

(d) At least Three At-Large members when available. There shall be three at
least three (3)At-Large members when possible (two elected in odd years and
one elected in even years). The At-Large members are responsible for:

i. Keeping information current with the Green Party of the United States.

ii. Recording and publishing State General Meeting minutes and State
Executive Committee Meeting minutes.

iii. Maintaining membership information.

iv. Coordinating with the Local Chapters.
v. Assisting other Executive Committee members with work.
vi. Heading a committee and handling that committee’s work.

Section 4.03.
Election of Executive Committee. The election of the Executive
Committee shall be conducted as follows:

(a) Nevada Green Party Voting Members shall elect the Executive Committee.
The vote shall be conducted at a General Meeting (either live or by online
vote). There shall be a binding option “None of the Above” (NOTA) option on
all races. The election shall be conducted via Ranked Choice, Class-based
Weighted votes. Class-based Vote Weights will be decided upon by the
Nevada Green Party and will be published on the website.

(b) Election Process. Elections for State and Local officers and delegate
positions will be held at such times and places as required by these Bylaws.
All candidates will be elected by secret ballot, using an electronic, internet
voting system that supports preferential voting methods. Ballots will be
distributed to all members in good standing and members will be given a
minimum of seventy-two (72) hours to submit their votes. Ballots must be
counted, within twenty-four hours, following the final ballot being cast, when
seventy-two (72) hours has expired.

(c) Ballot Count. All votes will be tallied using the Hare Single Transferable
Vote (STV) method. Candidates are elected according to this count procedure
in the order that they receive the requisite votes and after Class-based Weights
have been applied.

(d) Direct-Democracy Election Process. For State and Local Chapters that
have over one-hundred (100) active, dues-paying members, the chapters
should move to a system of appointing about fifty (50) percent or more of the
leadership based on class-weighted random sorting if possible. State and
Local Chapters may also look into elections where if there are two or more
candidates for a single leadership position then the winner is decided by
class-weighted random lottery, as another method to prevent nepotism &
concentration of power. These possible alternative election processes, can only
be adopted by a Local Chapter, if interest is given to the State Green Party of
Nevada, discussed and voted upon.

(e) Attempts shall be made to ensure that the Executive Committee
reflects the diversity of the population of Nevada.

Section 4.04.
Eligibility. Any Nevada Green Party member may run for an
Executive Committee office who:

(a) Is a Voting Member of the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada;

(b) Has declared her or his candidacy in writing at least ten (10) days prior to
the General Meeting where the election will be held and submits a brief
personal statement detailing skills and pertinent background information
relating to serving on the Executive Committee, at least ten (10) days prior to
the General Meeting where the election will be held. The Candidate must also
fill out a survey determined by and distributed by the State Nevada Green
Party. The candidate must submit to a question and answer period, under the
direction of the Executive Board, to be held in Executive Session if necessary.

(c) Candidates for leadership. Any member running for a leadership position in
the Green Party of Nevada and/or for Official Local Chapters, including but
not limited to Co-Chair, Executive Committee, and, or Grievance Officer,
must disclose a considered ‘conflict of interest’, to be decided upon, by the
Executive Committee, in Executive Session Only.

Section 4.05.
Terms. Members of the Executive Committee shall serve:

(a) Terms of approximately two (2) years, commencing the day after election
results are announced.

(b) The terms of the Co-chairs, Co-Administrators/Historians ,
Co-Treasurers, and At Large members shall be staggered.

(c) The number of consecutive terms any Executive Committee member may
serve on the Executive Committee shall be two (2) terms. One term must
lapse, if a member would like to run for the same office in the future, for a new
two (2) year, consecutive term holding position.

Section 4.06.
Vacancy. The Executive Committee may fill any vacancy by voting
at its next scheduled Executive Committee meeting.

(a) The term of an Executive Committee Member elected to fill a vacancy
shall continue through the end of the two (2) year term he or she filled.

(b) In the event the Executive Committee Member elected to fill a vacancy is
re-elected to the Executive Committee, the partial term served shall not count
as a “term” for the purposes of the term-limit provisions of the Section.

Section 4.07.
Compensation. The Executive Committee members shall serve as
volunteers.

Section 4.08.
Affiliation. The Executive Committee shall be empowered to
affiliate with the Green Party of the United States.

Section 4.09.
Meetings: Meetings of the Executive Committee shall be held every
3rd Saturday of the month or a specified date decided by the Executive Committee.

(a) Open Meetings. Meetings of the Executive Committee will be open to all
members of the organization, and the co-chairs will provide reasonable notice to
members in advance of each meeting. However, the Executive Committee may
hold executive sessions, as provided for by Robert’s Rules of Order.

Section 4.10.
Executive Committee Duties: The Executive Committee shall be the
administrative body of the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada and shall
manage and conduct the day-to-day business and operations of the Nevada Green
Party between General Meetings. Specific duties shall include:

(a) To coordinate statewide actions, events, and meetings, including the
General Meetings.

(b) To prepare for state and national conventions.

(c) To create standing and ad hoc committees and delegate authority to
those committees.

(d) Any officer of the Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada may be recalled for
malfeasance or failure to fulfill their duties or obligations as an officer. In order to
recall or remove an officer, a member in good standing must formally refer a
request, in writing, to remove said officer to the State Executive Committee, which
will set a date of a State General body meeting, for deliberations on the accused
officer’s removal. The officer in question must receive written documentation of
the specific reasons for the removal request and notice of the meeting, a minimum
of two weeks
before the meeting takes place. The accused officer will be given a chance to speak
in their own defense at this meeting. Removal of an officer requires majority vote
of the State General body meeting.

Article 5. STATE COMMITTEES

Section 5.01.
State Level Committee Structure. As the Green Party of Nevada
grows, it will be necessary to divide up work of the Executive Committee, into
committees that perform specific functions, related to the everyday functions and
workings, of the entire Nevada Green Party/Green Party Nevada. Committees will
have at least one (1) chair, and two (2) co-chairs if possible. Chairs may also
delegate tasks to other voting members. This section establishes the structure of
State Level Committees, which can be adapted and used when necessary. The
Nevada Green Party will determine the structure, organization and rules governing
State and Local Committees. The Main Committees which can be added to,
removed or modified, as of this bylaw version:

(a) Membership Committee: Involves the on-boarding of new members,
dues-payments, recruitment, engagement, etc.

(b) Communications Committee: Involves the maintenance of the website,
email, text and phone-banking of members, social media, flyers, etc.

(c) Chapter Support Committee: Involves support for local chapters through
organizer training, financial, legal and electoral support, help with everyday
running of a local chapter, community organizing, etc.

Section 5.02.
State Level Sub-Committees. To support various movements and
goals, the State Party can adopt sub-committees, which follow a similar structure to
the State Level Committees, but are not solely based on organizational structure.

Article 6. ANNUAL STATE CONVENTION

Section 6.01.
State Convention. This section establishes the basic structure for
annual state-wide conventions, which will become necessary, once there are
Officially Recognized Local Chapters, with an active and growing membership
(active and growing defined as greater than one-hundred {100} dues-paying
members, who regularly participate in State or Local Chapter events at least once a
month), in both Reno and Las Vegas (the two most populated cities in
Nevada).The Green Party of Nevada will begin holding State Conventions when
this prerequisite is realized. The Green Party of Nevada also has the authority to set
the date, time, participant requirements, location of the convention and other
important matters, unless otherwise specified in the bylaws. The State Convention
will be an event where general voting members, delegates and/or leadership from
all Local Chapters and the entire State Executive Committee Leadership will
convene (virtually or in person), to decide on and vote for State and Local level
policies, goals and strategies for the State and Local chapters to follow, as binding
resolutions for the year. In the beginning, the State Convention can be open to all
members, but once Local Chapters become bigger the Nevada Green Party should
move to a delegate based model with the delegate to member proportion being
decided by the State Executive Committee. The State Convention can also be
opened to delegates from other state Green Parties and regions if the Nevada Green Party decides to do so. Amendments to the State Constitution can also be proposed, debated on and edited, then be presented to all members of the Green Party of Nevada, in the form of a referendum, once they pass a majority vote at the
Convention and as long as they are not amendments to affect our principles,
political independence or our goal towards a working-class party. The State
Convention will operate along Robert’s Rules of Order, to ensure fluid and
functional operation.

Article 7. NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES FOR PUBLIC
OFFICE

Section 7.01. Search Committees.

(a) Candidate “Search” Committees, consisting of Voting Members of the
Nevada Green Party, may be established by the Executive Committee and the
Local Chapters. A Nevada Green Party Candidate Search Committee will be
formed of not less than three (3) Voting Members Of the Nevada Green Party.

(b) Each search committee is charged with:
i. Preparing a list of possible candidates for office;
ii. Contacting the prospective candidates, advising the candidates of the
Nevada Green Party candidate qualifications requirements, and interviewing
all potential candidates; and
iii. Providing recommendations to the Executive Committee regarding
candidates.

(c) Eligibility of Candidates for Public Office. The Nevada Green Party will
decide upon criteria necessary for candidates. All candidates must:
i. Be dues-paying members in good standing of the Green Party of Nevada.
Ii. Be active either in their State or Local organizations.
Iii. Have been a member of the Green Party of Nevada for a period of at least six
(6) months, though this requirement can be waived by the State Executive
Committee if/when necessary.

(d) Agree with, understand and advance the main principles and 10 Key Values of
the Green Party of Nevada.

(e) Should be working-class, defined as persons who make the majority of their
income from wages.

(f) Candidates, once elected to office, are required to follow the political program,
policies, strategies, voting decisions and binding resolutions set by the State Green
Party of Nevada to be considered Official Representatives of the Green Party of
Nevada. Candidates who, once elected, fail to follow the mentioned requirements
would have their official status revoked and/or be expelled from the Green Party of
Nevada.

(g) Ballot Line. Selected candidates for Local, State or Federal Elections may
choose to run on a ballot line, different from the Green Party of Nevada if it is
strategically worthwhile to do so, and after seeking permission from the State
Green Party. However, this does not mean that candidates can give up the principle
of political independence outlined in section 2.03 or collaborate with political
parties, that go against the principles of the Green Party of Nevada. Candidates
who run on a different ballot line, must still follow the binding resolutions set out
by the Green Party of Nevada.

Section 7.02.
Selection of Candidates. The Executive Committee will determine
the final list of possible candidates for public office and set up a General Meeting
for Voting Members to select the candidates. There shall be a binding “None of the
Above” (NOTA) option on all races. A tie will go to a run-off vote. The Nevada
Green Party will seek unanimity in a majority vote, in our choice of candidates,
and provide a suitable opportunity for members, to voice concerns and take
opposing positions, on the selection of candidates.

Article 8. AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS

Section 8.01.
The Bylaws of the Nevada Green Party may be amended by a vote of
Voting Members at a General Meeting for which a Bylaws amendment has been
announced and the proposed Bylaws have been circulated at least ten (10) days
prior to the General Meeting. Bylaw amendments will be passed with a majority
vote.

Modified and Adopted February 13, 2021
Prior Version: July 7, 2017

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