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== Resolution ==
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== Resolution #1 ==
 
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:5. <u>Generally Prohibited Statements</u>.  
 
:5. <u>Generally Prohibited Statements</u>.  
 
::(a) <u>Statements Concerning Candidates for Public Office</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any person holding public office, or any candidate for such office, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the President.
 
::(a) <u>Statements Concerning Candidates for Public Office</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any person holding public office, or any candidate for such office, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the President.
::(b) <u>Statements Concerning Legislation</u>. No Social Media Statement concerning any legislation, whether actual or proposed, shall be made without the prior written authorization of the Chair of the Public Policy Committee.
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::(b) <u>Statements Concerning Legislation</u>. No Social Media Statement supporting or opposing any legislation, whether actual or proposed, shall be made unless a related policy paper has been approved in accordance with the [[Advisory Committee Policy]].  No Social Media Statement concerning any legislation without supporting or opposing it shall be made without the prior written approval of the President or the Chair of the Public Policy Committee.
  
 
:6. <u>Generally Authorized Statement </u>. Except as provided in Paragraph 5 of this Article, the following types of Social Media Statements are generally authorized, and may be made by any person who has been granted access to a Social Media account without further authorization:
 
:6. <u>Generally Authorized Statement </u>. Except as provided in Paragraph 5 of this Article, the following types of Social Media Statements are generally authorized, and may be made by any person who has been granted access to a Social Media account without further authorization:
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:7. <u>Other Statements</u>. A Social Media Statement which is not specifically prohibited under Paragraph 5 of this Article or specifically authorized under Paragraph 6 of this Article may be made only following review of and concurrence with the proposed statement by at least one other individual who has been granted access to the Social Media Account through which the statement is to be made.
 
:7. <u>Other Statements</u>. A Social Media Statement which is not specifically prohibited under Paragraph 5 of this Article or specifically authorized under Paragraph 6 of this Article may be made only following review of and concurrence with the proposed statement by at least one other individual who has been granted access to the Social Media Account through which the statement is to be made.
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==Resolution #2==
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The [[Communications Policy]] is amended by replacing Article III, Paragraph 5(a) with the following:
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:(a) <u>Statements Concerning Candidates for Public Office</u>. No Social Media Statement supporting or opposing any person holding public office, or any candidate for such office, shall be made.
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The implementation of Article III, Section 7 shall be suspended until the adjournment of the next meeting of the Board.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 17:31, 23 May 2020

Status: Historical

Resolution #1

Resolution #2

Notes

The following text is not part of the proposed resolution: