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JV Eligibility

JV Rules Change

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Novice Eligibility

Novice Rule Change

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Replace host fee

Bylaw IX. Section 14. Rewrite Subpoint A as follows: "Participant fee. Each person attending the CEDA national tournament will pay a fee (determined by the host and the President). The fee should go directly to the host institution to underwrite the costs associated with hosting the tournament."

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Minority Judging

Bylaw V. Section 11. Add the following: "The preference system must include a method to affirmatively place racial minorities in judging assignments. If a tournament director is unable or otherwise precluded from affirmatively placing racial minorities in judging assignments, the tournament director may appeal to the CEDA Executive Council for tournament sanctioning."

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Women Judging

Bylaw V. Section 11. Add the following: "The preference system must include a method to affirmatively place women in judging assignments. If a tournament director is unable or otherwise precluded from affirmatively placing women in judging assignments, the tournament director may appeal to the CEDA Executive Council for tournament sanctioning."

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JV Eligibility

Bylaw VII. Section 3. Add the following: "Any debater with under 100 rounds of policy debate is eligible for junior varisty. However, any debater who has won an elimination rounds at three tournament in junior varsity, varsity or open at the college level will be required to move to open. The elimination round provision will only apply to those tournaments that clear to at least octos in the division and does not count for partial elimination rounds."

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Affirmative Action Judging 4

Bylaw IX. Section 15. Add the following: "The mutual preference judging system should incorporate affirmative action for women and racial minorities."

New version would read:
Section 15: Mutual preference judging should be used to assign judges for debates at the national tournament. The mutual preference judging system should incorporate affirmative action for women and racial minorities.

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Affirmative Action Judging 3

Bylaw IX. Section 15. Insert the following: "incorporating affirmative action in judge placement for women and racial minorities".

New version would read:
Section 15: Mutual preference judging incorporating affirmative action in judge placement for women and racial minorities should be used to assign judges for debates at the national tournament.

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Affirmative Action Judging 2

Bylaw V. Section 11. Add the following: "The preference system must include a method to affirmatively place women and racial minorities in judging assignments."

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Affirmative Action Judging 1

Bylaw V. Section 11. Add the following: "The preference system must include affirmative action judge placements for women and racial minorities."

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