Re: Access to TSA members
Feb 23, 1997 06:41 AM
by m.k. ramadoss
On Sun, 23 Feb 1997, Ann E. Bermingham wrote:
> > From: M K Ramadoss <email@example.com>
> > Everyone is fully aware of the "sacred" and "secret" membership list of TSA.
> Who is everyone, Doss? There is a very old problem both in TSA and on this
> list that if you join up, your brain is automatically programmed with the entire
> history of TS, including all the gossip and behind-the-scenes stuff of the past
> 100 years. Remember, there may be people of this list who aren't even
> members of any TS and are just here to find out about it.
Anyone who has been on this list during the time the elections issue
was discussed, should be aware of the membership secrecy issue when Gerda
Thompson posted a msg of her personal experience and the action taken.
If some one is new, then we can bring them up to date.
> > It appears that we need to look forward to changes in Illinois law as well.
> > I will not be surprised to see such explicit requirement being made part of
> > non profit corporations act in all 50 states.
> What are the Illinois laws at present?
Glad you brought this up. I will post detailed msg. In effect, the
current Illinois non profit corporation act does require access to all
books and records of TSA to any voting member. May be someone can try to
see if TSA would permit them to visit their offices and look into the
books and records which includes membership list. I do not think it
explicitly requires them to provide copying assistance for a nominal fee.
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