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Upon prior written request to the Commission, any person who desires to present a statement on a matter on the agenda shall be afforded an opportunity to present an oral statement to the Commission at an open meeting. The Chair may, depending on the circumstances, allow any person who desires an opportunity to present a statement on a matter that is on the agenda even in the absence of a prior written request to the Commission. The Chair may limit the time and manner of public statements at any open meeting. Please contact the ASLP-IC Business Office if you would like to submit a participation request.
Each Delegate is entitled to one vote. A Delegate shall vote on their own behalf and shall not delegate the vote to another Delegate, except as permitted by a designation allowed under Article II*. Any question submitted for a vote of the Commission shall be determined by a simple majority, except as otherwise required by the Compact or the Bylaws. View the ASLP-IC Bylaws (pdf).
The Commission membership shall be comprised as provided by the Compact. Each member state shall have and be limited to two Delegates selected by that member states licensing and regulatory authority. The delegates shall be current members of the licensing and regulatory authority. One shall be an audiologist and one shall be a speech-language pathologist. Each member state shall forward the names of its Delegates to the Chair of the Commission or designee. A Delegate may designate a person to serve in place of the Delegate as the Delegate’s designee with respect to Commission business, including attending Commission meetings and voting. A Delegate must notify the Chair of the Commission or temporary representative of the scope and duration of the representation, prior to the meeting. The Chair of the Commission shall promptly advise the member state of the need to appoint a new Commissioner whenever a vacancy occurs. Any delegate may be removed or suspended from office as provided by the law of the state from which the delegate is appointed. The member state board shall fill any vacancy occurring on the Commission, within 90 days.
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