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[ProgSoc] $10 for non-uts-union members

On Tue, Feb 13, 2001 at 03:17:09PM +1100, Christian Kent wrote:
> The purpose of the meeting is to vote on the abolition of Section 4.1.1 of
> the Constitution.  The effect would be to allow non-UTS-Union members to
> pay $10 for membership rather than $20.  Holding the meeting prior to the
> AGM and O-day will allow us to charge a single price for all 2001
> memberships.

I seem to recall this being discussed in previous years. Wasn't there an
issue with getting Union affiliation for ProgSoc if we don't charge
non-union people more than union people? I vaguely recall something in
a Union blurb somewhere, though this was many years ago.

Has the situation changed? I hope so, 'cos it'll save me money. :)

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