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Standing Rule Amendment 1 (2018)
Withdrawn

To require that the Executive Committee perform all duties of the Committee on Constitution, Bylaws, and Rules related to determining the outcome of business, where such business was submitted for consideration by the Committee.

Standing Rule Amendment 2 (2018)
Adopted

To strike language requiring that NBIs be the first order of business at all business meetings except the first.

Standing Rule Amendment 3 (2018)
Defeated

To require at least one screen at the Representative Assembly to display the numbers of all NBIs still eligible for debate as well as the current item being debated and its status.

Standing Rule Amendment 4 (2018)
Defeated

To require makers of motions to bundle NBIs for referral to committee to secure the consent of each maker and gather all makers at one microphone; and to provide each maker of an NBI proposed for such bundling one minute to speak to their item.

Standing Rule Amendment 5 (2018)
Withdrawn

Standing Rule Amendment 6 (2018)
Withdrawn

To require delegates with requests for information to direct those requests to other specified sources before being allowed access to the speaking queue.

Standing Rule Amendment 6A (2018)
Defeated

To move the deadline for NBIs submitted by petition of at least 50 delegates to close of business on the first day of the Representative Assembly. Also to create an additional avenue of NBI submission by noon on the second day by formally recognized and affiliated caucuses and councils of the NEA with petition of at least 50 delegates.

Standing Rule Amendment 7 (2018)
Defeated

To limit the total cost of adopted NBIs to 30 percent of the budgeted contingency fund.

Standing Rule Amendment 8 (2018)
Withdrawn

To require state delegations to the Resolutions Committee to be comprised of at least twenty percent ethnic minority members where appropriate and possible.

Standing Rule Amendment 9 (2018)
Adopted

To strike language specifying that voting on amendments to governing documents must take place on the third day of the Representative Assembly.