ARTICLE XIII. Amendments to Bylaws

  1. Proposed amendments to these Bylaws must be made by written resolution, endorsed by five Members, and submitted to the Executive Committee two weeks prior to a General or Regular Meeting. The Executive Committee is required to provide the Local membership with two weeks’ written notice of the proposed amendment. The amendment shall be proposed at the General or Regular Meeting, set into motion and debated at the following General or Regular Meeting, and the voting membership shall be allowed a minimum of 48 hours to cast ballots by electronic vote. The amendment shall pass if it reaches a 2⁄3 majority of ballots cast, allowing for abstentions.