Aug. 29 to
Sept. 2, 2002
San José
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WSFS - Submitting Business

Any two or more members of ConJosé may submit business to the Business Meeting. You need not actually attend the Business Meeting to submit business to it, but it's wise to actually go there to explain and defend your proposal in debate. You are required to submit 200 identical copies of the proposal (the original signed by those members of ConJosé proposing it) to the Business Meeting staff by 6 PM Thursday, August 29, 2002. However, we will waive the paper copy requirement if you submit business in advance by e-mail (see below). Don't forget the signed original though, we still need that.

If you want to submit new business, we recommend writing to us at by at least August 1, 2002. We can help you get your proposal in the proper format, and we will include it in the printed agenda, so you don't have to make those 200 copies. It helps a lot to talk to us in advance, because we may be able to spot things in your motion that would result in it getting thrown out on a technicality. We can also help you draft the motion so that it fits in with the style of the WSFS Constitution. Obviously we don't normally take sides with regard to any particular motion, but we like to make sure that everyone gets a fair hearing. WSFS is a participatory democracy, and that means that everyone has a right to be heard.



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