It's very simple...I can not understand this GREAT PROBLEM........
1. Company A bought something. None of us here know exactly what.
2. Company B had an agreement with Company A. None of us here know what is in that agreement. None of us really know whether that agreement is still in effect.
3. Company A and Company B are now in some kind of dispute. None of us here know exactly what that dispute is about.
4. Company B makes Lasers.
5. The ILCA has a rule that Company B can't make Lasers unless they have an agreement with Company A.
6. So if Company B doesn't have an agreement with Company A any more (which none of us here actually know) then the boats that Company B makes that look like Lasers and sail like Lasers wouldn't really be Lasers.
7. The ILCA would like us to vote to get rid of the rule that says Company B can't make Lasers unless they have an agreement with Company A, so that even if they don't have such an agreement with Company A then the boats that they make will really be Lasers.
8. Nobody here has yet heard anything about this from Company A or Company B. Nobody here knows what was in the agreement between these two companies. Nobody here knows the full nature of their dispute. Nobody here know whether Company A is in the right or Company B is in the right. Nobody here knows how their dispute will eventually be settled. Nobody here knows what Company A and Company B will do if this rule change is passed. Nobody here knows what Company A and Company B will do if this rule change is not passed.
Does anybody here think they know enough to vote on this yet?