How do you make a motion?
n Three steps are needed to bring a motion to the floor:
   1) A member makes a motion.
   2) The motion is seconded.
   3) The chair states the motion (question.)
n When all three steps happen, the motion is pending.
n A motion requires a second to be considered, unless the motion
is made on behalf of a committee.
n If the motion is NOT seconded, it is lost for lack of a second.
n To second a motion means that another member (not the maker
of the motion) believes the motion should be discussed.
n A member who wishes to second a motion should say “I second
the motion” or “Second” - without waiting to be recognized.