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Bylaws updates from April 2021

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@ -587,21 +587,29 @@ The following Assembly Committees shall always be in existence:
6. This Committee shall be responsible for any resolution not handled by any existing Committee.
### Subsection Four: Removal of Members
### Subsection Five: Removal of Members
An Assembly Committee may remove any member of the Committee due to no confidence, failure to attend, or gross misconduct, by two thirds (⅔) vote of the Committee. Excusal policy for meetings shall be the same as the Assembly, and excusals shall be voted on by the Committee.
The Assembly may remove any member of any Assembly Committee due to no confidence, failure to attend, or gross misconduct by a simple majority vote of the Assembly.
### Subsection Five: Frequency
A member of an Assembly committee may resign their position on that committee at any time by delivering notice of their resignation to the assembly on the national communications forum.
### Subsection Six: Frequency
All Assembly Committees shall meet a minimum of once per calendar month, and shall always meet once within two weeks prior to any regular Assembly session to discuss and conclude any ongoing business within the Committee that is capable of being concluded.
### Subsection Six: Visitation
### Subsection Seven: Visitation
Any full member of the Organization shall have the right to visit and sit in on the meeting of any Assembly Committee. Any full member of the Organization may testify to a Committee with the second of any member of that Committee.
### Subsection Eight: Term
Members on Assembly Committees shall serve a one-year term on their respective Committees concurrent with their term in the Assembly.
## SECTION NINE: CAUCUSES
@ -612,7 +620,7 @@ In recognition of common themes, beliefs, and purposes different members may pos
### Subsection Two: Formation And Recognition
A caucus may be formed by not less than five members of the Assembly. Membership in a caucus shall be limited to members of the Assembly for the purposes of this Section. Members of the Organization may affiliate with a caucus, but shall not be considered members unless also members of the Assembly.
A caucus may be formed by not less than four members of the Assembly. Membership in a caucus shall be limited to members of the Assembly for the purposes of this Section. Members of the Organization may affiliate with a caucus, but shall not be considered members unless also members of the Assembly.
A caucus shall have a statement of purpose to include points of unity of the caucus, and a mechanism it determines to conduct its members towards the caucus’ goals. A caucus may then be recognized by the Assembly by the approval vote of not less than one-fifth (⅕) of the Assembly. Recognition shall entitle the caucus to participate in any parliamentary conduct or order established by the Assembly or Speaker as it relates to caucuses.
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## SECTION FOUR: WORK GROUPS
# Bylaws of the Socialist Rifle Association INC.
Work Groups shall be organized under Offices, which shall be overseen by an applicable Director. Work Groups shall assist in the day to day activities of the Directors and work on projects and initiatives of the Organization. A Director may create or remove a work group within their Office at any time as the Director deems necessary. All Directors shall have an accompanying Office for them to organize their Work Groups under.


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