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May a church board introduce a motion to be voted on? The board had previously made to motion available in print.

Dear Jim,

Of course a board can do this. When it is presented the person making the motion for the board should phrase it this way: "By direction of the board, I move that..." It does not need a second.

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Question submitted by Jim on Apr 26, 2014