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What position should they take? No matter what side they take, they are
going to alienate a large portion of the membership. Besides...what this
prevents is someone like me, a President of a chapter, submitting my opinion
and having it taken as representative of STC in general.
On 5/21/08, Stephen Arrants <steve -at- mbfbioscience -dot- com> wrote:
> Just another point of information (or more fuel for the fire), the STC has
> decided/ordered "No Comment" from officers regarding this case. This email
> went out earlier this week. While I mostly agree that commenting publically
> isn't smart, I'm a little surprised that the STC isn't taking a position on
> the exempt/non-exempt issue.
Senior Technical Writer
NYMetro STC President
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