Amendments to Articles of Incorporation. Amendments to the articles of incorporation may be proposed only by a member and shall be submitted to the Board of Directors. If the Board of Directors adopts a resolution finding that it is in the best interests of the corporation to submit the proposed amendment to the Conference, the Board shall submit it to a vote at a meeting of members.
- Amendments to the Bylaws. Amendments to these bylaws may be proposed only by a member and shall be voted upon at any meeting of the Conference.
- Notice. A copy of any proposed amendment to the articles of incorporation or to these bylaws shall be provided to all members by the Secretariat at least 30 and not more than 50 calendar days prior to the meeting at which it is to be voted upon. The member or members sponsoring any such amendment shall provide a copy to the Secretariat at least 42 calendar days prior to the meeting.
- Action on Proposed Amendments. Approval of amendments to the articles of incorporation or to these bylaws shall require the vote of more than two-thirds of the persons present and eligible to vote.