Well, there it is. The Constitution of the Anglican Church in North America has been accepted by representatives of the 28 groups that make up the ACNA. There were few changes, but one suggestion of some interest was voted down.
The suggestion was to take out item 4 of the Constitution, namely,
"We are grieved by the current state of brokenness within the Anglican Communion prompted by those who have embraced erroneous teaching and who have rejected a repeated call to repentance."
It appears the vote was not to do so.