MeritBadgeDotOrg:Policies and guidelines

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==MeritBadgeDotOrg Guidelines==
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==TO DO==
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* [[Template:Guideline]] needs to be renamed to [[Template:Guidelinemessage]]; and, linked pages need to updated.
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* Then, [[Template:Guideline]] and [[Template:Guidelines]] need to be created/formatted like [[Template:Policy]] and [[Template:Policies]].
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