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Subject: A Problem: Other Clubs Opinions? Date: 9/29/1998 12:14 AM
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Hi all,

I am part of the Money Connection Investment Society which is an investment club based out the NH-Mass area.
Our club is now over 2 1/2 years old has 16 members all worth different varing amounts. The club is going thru some growing pains. We orginally based our club on a Partnership agreement to where every member has ONE vote no matter how much they where worth.

It has now been an issue, and we haven't come up with a viable solution to solve the problem, with the fact that a member with $400 has the same voting strength as a member with $2500.

Could you please explain what your club did to overcome this hurdle and continue to function to where everyone was happy.
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