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I'm currently revising the Bylaws for a political central committee whose membership of voting members is limited to 21 if all elected seats are filled. Only 17 seats are currently filled. Though I don't want to change the quorum needed for voting to take an action or to make a decision about something during a meeting, is it wise to change the Bylaws to allow routine business (e.g. reports) to be conducted without a quorum since they will appear in the minutes?