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soc.culture.jewish.parenting FAQ: Newsgroup Policies and Procedures
Section - 2.7 I disagree with the rejection. What should I do now?

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A poster whose submission has been rejected should first discuss the
submission and its rejection with the moderator to determine whether the
rejection was based on a mere misunderstanding, in which case a simple
rewording may suffice (e.g., to reword an apparent attack on another poster's
affiliation).  If the poster is still dissatisfied, he or she may appeal to
the moderation review board by sending email to
scjp-board@scjp.jewish-usenet.org.  The moderation review board for a rejected
submission will consist of the current set of moderators and advisors, minus
the original moderator who rejected the posting.  A simple majority of the
review board will determine the final disposition of the disputed posting.

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