Washington D.C. – Senate negotiators released draft legislation today with relief for workers and families nationwide coping with job loss and other economic impacts of the coronavirus.

Congressman Gregorio Kilili Camacho Sablan said the Senate draft bill includes week...

Gov. Lou Leon Guerrero is seeking the removal of Shawn Anderson from his post  as the U.S. Attorney for Guam and the CNMI, accusing him of  "arrogance" for ignoring her mandatory quarantine requirement for all travelers coming from areas affected by Covid-19 pandemic....

The Office of the Governor may have been spewing out updates on the status of Covid-19 infections on Guam on a daily basis since the first three cases were detected on Sunday, but limited information  has been causing distress among island residents, who sometimes reso...

Washington – The U.S. Department of the Interior today announced $2,216,370 in redirected prior year grant funding for renovations at the Guam Adult Correctional Facility and to purchase a rock crusher for the Rota quarry in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Isl...

February 25, 2020

While Gov. Lourdes Leon Guerrero has touted Guam to be in great shape, Republican Sen. James Moylan is far from impressed, saying the governor's optimism does not reflect current realities. 

Moylan challenged the governor to cut business privilege tax if the g...

February 24, 2020

Guam “is stronger than it was just a one year ago,” government finances are better managed and local tourism remains in the black amid the global coronavirus scare, Gov. Lourdes Leon Guerrero said in her state of the island address to the 35th Guam Legislature on Monda...

Read the full transcript of Guam Gov. Lourdes Leon Guerrero's 2020 State of the Island Address  delivered before the 35th Guam Legislature on Feb. 24, 2020. at the Guam Congress Building Hagåtña, Guam

Lieutenant Governor Josh Tenorio, Madame Speaker Tina Muña...

The ongoing local war claims processing at the recently opened War Claims Centers in the old Hakubotan building in Tamuning is not endorsed by the U.S. Treasury, according to Guam Delegate Michael San Nicolas.

“Please be advised that the governor's war claims processing...

Allowing upward mobility for old-time public employees could provide a long-term solution to impending gaps in government of Guam workforce, according to Sen. Sabina Perez.

“In five years, the government stands to lose a large part of its workforce due to retirement. We...

 The government of Guam lost $65 million in uncollected use tax due to flawed and deficient  process, according to the Office of Public Accountability.

OPA cited deficiencies in its manual processes including: the control, assessment, and recording of incoming carg...

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