Jim Norman Posted March 8, 2004 Share Posted March 8, 2004 I hope that this is the correct forum for this question. How does IPSC decide a new rule is required? What reasoning is used to determine the need for a specific rule change? How does, or does the membership at large get informed early enough of radical changes to effect them? Once a rule has been formulated is there a independent review to ensure that there are not unitended consequences to the new or changed rule? Once the rule has passed the review if any, is it put to the membership for review? Does the review, if any, by the membership have an effect onthe rule making process? Does the membership have to pick through the new proposed rulebook and do an independent line by line comparison to determine if there are changes? I am interested as I would like to help endure that problems similar to the ones that have appeared with the current edition do not happen the next time around. Jim Norman Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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