Parliamentary procedure is at work when you hear “so moved,” “second,” and “call the question!” in a meeting. It may sound confusing and Byzantine, but it supports productive conversation, deliberation, and both the majority and minority on a public body like an elected council or board. Greenville County Councilman Dan Tripp, known to be one of the most well-versed on council regarding parliamentary procedure, joins us to discuss what it is and how it’s used.
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