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Sample language for amending bylaws
Medical staffs would not want to see any one individual force a proposed bylaws amendment through the voting process because this could jam up the medical staff and board with amendments that don’t have significant support. In the past, any individual could propose an amendment, which was then vetted by a bylaws committee or the medical executive committee. Under the current standard, this vetting process can be used, but it is no longer necessary.
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