In a recent assembly of delegates, an amendment was made/carried to a resolution that was subsequently adopted. The problem I have is that this now puts in our organization's core beliefs section a statement which is demonstrably false: "Biologically, all people are born male or female."
After passage, there was a motion to reconsider which failed. Then, an expert in the field (a physician) stood up and pointed this false statement out in a motion to suspend the rules to allow for yet another vote to reconsider in an effort to get the false statement removed. The motion to suspend the rules failed.
My question then is this: Is there any point of order that can be called to bring this up again and strike the false statement?
The issue was resolved by the presiding board over the assembly and ultimately the resolution was referred for further study because of other issues involved in the resolution. Thanks.