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Freedom Writer - January/February 1996 CNP rules and regulations In order to "allow open, uninhibited remarks" from the speakers, CNP members must adhere to strict rules regarding the meetings. A memorandum from executive director Morton C. Blackwell listed the rules. They are: _ Special guests may attend only with advance unanimous approval of the Executive Committee. The solicitation of funds on a one-to-one basis is prohibited at meetings. Council meetings are closed to the media and the general public. The media should not know when or where we meet or who takes part in our programs, before or after a meeting. Speakers' remarks at Council meetings are off the record and not for circulation later, except with special permission. Members and guests are requested to keep in their personal possession their registration packets and other materials distributed at the meeting. Our membership list is strictly confidential and should not be shared outside the Council. Fundraising from the list is also prohibited. Members are asked to avoid organizing and attending formal meetings of other groups or organizations in the same city before, during or immediately after a Council meeting. _ _ Back to [ref001]CNP instrumental in government shutdown Jump to [ref002]Sampling of CNP members _ [ref003]Return to table of contentsCopyright 1996 IFASThe Freedom Writer / ifas@berkshire.net [ref001] cnp.html [ref002] members.html [ref003] index.html

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