Edict 2018-3 outlines changes to the Masonic trial process and creates new District Trial Commissions to be in effect as of 8/31/2018. This is done in an attempt to clarify current procedures and produce a more streamlined process for trial procedures.
At our most recent Grand Lodge session, it was determined by a vote of the Grand Lodge that certain members of our fraternity should stand suspended or expelled. Suspensions or expulsions should be recognized across jurisdictions and by all bodies appendant to the various Grand Lodges of the United States of America. Due to an infraction in this time immemorial custom and landmark of the fraternity by the Grand Encampment of the United States of America recognition has been withdrawn by Edict 2018-2. This action does not affect members Knighted by the Grand Commandery of Knights Templar of Louisiana which is still operating under the authority of the Grand Lodge of Louisiana.
For further study, we have also included this link to the Grand Encampment Constitution and direct your attention to Section 202 which clearly states that membership in the Grand Encampment ceases to exist one a regular lodge membership has been suspended or expelled and no trial is required once the lodge membership is revoked.
The Grand Lodge of Florida, F. & A. M. has extended and restored full fraternal recognition to the Gran Logia de Cuba, A.L. y A.M.
Read more here.
Restore Fraternal Relations to GS Cuba August 2018