The Phi Sigma Pi Parliamentarian Guide
The Phi Sigma Pi Parliamentarian Guide intends to assist chapters in running more efficient meetings, learning more about Robert's Rules of Order, and tips for teaching parliamentary procedure to members and initiates. This guide is not intended as specific or required direction on any topic, and it does not serve as substitute or supercede any direction on events, funding, or risk management areas (e.g. insurance) given by the National Governing Documents or the National Office.
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