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In regard to the campusreform.org article posted on 6/17/14:
The Pledge of Allegiance was not banned from ASUW Meetings.
The Pledge of Allegiance is a tradition that many organizations adopt in their meeting procedures. This is not currently a component of our agenda as outlined in Article II (Order of Business) of the ASUW Rules and Procedures. The ASUW Senator has been encouraged to pursue the amendment through legislation. It is not within the power of the Executive Branch (which includes the ASUW Vice President and ASUW President) to change the Order of Business in our working documents. Through submitting legislation, ASUW Senators have the power to make changes to these documents which would ensure that ASUW working documents uphold their purpose to protect the democratic process of ASUW Student Government.
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