Blog Post: The Pitfalls of Proposals from Meetings People Miss - by Laird

Laird has written in his blog about the upcoming FEC Assembly and the PEACH discussion that is scheduled to take place.

PEACH is one of the benefits of FEC membership. It is a program of self-insurance to cover catastrophic health care costs.

While this operates under the auspices of the Federation, the governing bodies for FEC and PEACH are distinct. The Federation is governed by delegates from each member community, and PEACH is governed by a body comprised of one representative of each participating community. This person is called a MELBA (Member Expected to Look after Basic Affairs). Any correlation between delegates and MELBAs is coincidental, and delegates have no authority over PEACH.

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