CoDA: Service Conference 2/3 Majority Vote & The Board

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Date: October 24th 2022


Board Actions on motions that do not attain a 2/3 majority at CoDA Service Conference (CSC), and are thus not binding on the Board
A motion approved at CSC 2022    (#22027) explains the specific actions the Board will take on motions that do not attain a 2/3 majority at CoDA Service Conference (CSC) and are thus not binding on the Board.
The motion states that the Board will review such motions within 60 days of the close of CSC. 
There were two such CSC motions that did not meet the 2/3 requirement:
#22059   CoDA-approved literature available in the languages of CoDA fellowship worldwide by World Connections Committee (WCC)
#22049   Update Committee Responsibilities in FSM by Communication Committee (Comm)
The Board has reviewed the motions and is meeting with both committees to discuss how to best attain the committee goals.
A final determination on these motions will be announced in the near future.
In service, 
CoDA Board



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