Point of Inquiry
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Point of Inquiry

A motion from the floor or from a committee member in order to ask a question. Typically, such questions are about such issues as parliamentary procedures or agenda items under consideration.

Point of Inquiry

A motion from a member on the floor or in committee in order to ask a question. Typically, questions are about such issues as parliamentary procedures or agenda items under consideration.

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Point of Inquiry has been defined 2 different ways in documents like Oregon Revised Statutes (2007), Citizen Engagement Legislative Glossary.

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