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The remaining two amendments concerned the value of the variable (X) as it applies to units losing representation on Council. The first (Article VIII) was intended to stabilize the Council representation of several APS units with membership levels that fluctuated near the value of X, which is 3% of the total APS membership. The second (Article IX) applies the same policies to the APS geographical sections. For details see APS News, February and June 1997.
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