Preference vs. Precedence
Preference and precedence are two terms with specific parliamentary meanings. Although they look a lot alike, they are not related to each other, and confusion about their specific usage can create serious problems in meetings. The rules regarding preference are applied to people and how they are recognized to speak on a motion. The rules regarding precedence are applied to motions and whether a motion is taken up when it is made.
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