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A. Seven members shall constitute a quorum of the Commission, except that a panel of three members may consider such matters as may be specifically delegated by the Chair, or, in the absence of the Chair, the Vice-Chair, of the Commission. The Commission and each of its panels may act only with the concurrence of a majority of those members present and voting.
B. In any event in which the Commission shall conduct business in a panel of three members, at least one of the members assigned to each such panel shall be a public member of the Commission.
C. The Commission may, at the instance of the Chair, or, in the absence of the Chair, at the instance of the Vice-Chair of the Commission, conduct its business by conference telephone calls. Any action taken in a telephone conference must be reduced to writing and signed by each participant certifying the accuracy of the written record of action taken.