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YOU can decide which expiring resolutions should continue as ISMA policy
e-Reports, June 2, 2014
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Resolutions passed by the ISMA House of Delegates become ISMA policy, but previously adopted resolutions expire after 10 years. That means resolutions passed in 2004 will sunset this year unless YOU reintroduce them. Here’s how.

  • First, review the 2004 resolutions on the ISMA website for issues you think should continue as policy.
  • Then, submit any one of them as a new resolution for the 2014 House of Delegates, Sept. 5-7 in Indianapolis.

All resolutions should be submitted to the ISMA by July 7.

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