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Three members of the board constitute a quorum for the conduct of business, except that a majority of the whole membership of the board must approve all applications for new licenses, and all renewals, transfers, suspensions, and revocations of existing licenses. If a majority of the board is present and voting, the director, with the consent of the members present, may cast a tie-breaking vote.
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