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New dentist members on ADA councils get voting privileges

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To ensure they have a more "meaningful representation," the House of Delegates voted Oct. 23 to give new dentist members voting privileges on councils.
Atlanta — To ensure they have a more "meaningful representation," the House of Delegates voted Oct. 23 to give new dentist members voting privileges on councils.
    
Resolution 47H-2017 instructs all ADA councils to add one voting member — a new dentist who is recommended by the ADA New Dentist Committee and nominated by the Board of Trustees.
    
Previously, ADA councils' composition included one new dentist serving in a non-voting role. 

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