Constitution & Bylaws Proposed Amendments

Voting “yes” means you support the amendment(s). Voting “no” means that you do not support the amendment(s).

Proposed Amendment 1: Move to change the quorum for Joint Executive Board meetings. (Article 6, Section 5, Parts b and c)


 

Proposed Amendment 2: Move to change the adoption and amendment process for policies from a referendum, to a vote of the Joint Executive Board, and clarify language concerning the amending process for the Constitution and Bylaws. (Article 5, Section 2; Article 6, Section 2; Article 8, Sections 3 and 4; Chapter 6, Part 2)

Proposed Amendment 3: Move to add an additional sentence informing members how to get access to meeting minutes. (Chapter 3, Part 6)

Proposed Amendment 5: Move to remove the word “Chapter” in Chapter 12, Vacancies, to align with Chapter 4, Part 4 of the Bylaws. (Chapter 12, Part 5)

Proposed Amendment 4: Move to add check-signing capabilities to the role of the First Vice President. (Chapter 4, Part 2)

ABOUT US

Follow MFT

The Minneapolis Federation of Teachers is a union of professionals that champions fairness; democracy; economic opportunity; and high-quality public education, healthcare, and public services for our students, their families and our communities. We are committed to advancing these principles through community engagement, organizing, collective bargaining and political activism, and especially through the work our members do.

2015-EM-Logo.jpg

Contact US

67 8th Ave NE

Minneapolis, MN

55413

612-529-9621

© 2020 Minneapolis Federation of teachers