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Workers in the Marianas will get paid sick leave for themselves or to care for a family member, including children at home because of school closures. The Commonwealth will receive more Medicaid money...

March 10, 2020

“On the bright side, I have months’ worth of kadun pika,” Yona resident Mike Camacho quipped. Like most other cockfighters on Guam, Camacho was forced to retire from cockfighting following a federal b...

Shipping records obtained from the territorial Department of Agriculture revealed that there were 137 individuals who imported nearly 9,000 fighting birds onto Guam over the last three years, accordin...

January 6, 2020

Delivering his first congressional address before the 35th Guam Legislature on Monday, Guam’s Delegate to Congress Michael San Nicolas confronted local leaders over the enactment of a local war repara...

The non-profit organizations obtained live-animal shipping records showing more than 500 illegal shipments of fighting birds

 Cockfighters from the U.S. mainland made more than 500 illegal transports o...

January 3, 2020

WWII survivors witness the signing of Bill 181 at the governor's conference room in Adelup on Jan 3, 2020. Photo by Mar-Vic Cagurangan

“For me, it’s better late than never,” said Isabel Duenas, who sat...

December 20, 2019

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JQS pit in Dededo held its last cockfight on Dec. 19 2019, on...

The US Citizenship and Immigration Service has approved the new H-2B prevailing wage rates for common construction occupations.

The new rates, which takes effect in December 2021, will only affect new...

Washington, D.C.. — Former attorneys general from the last states to outlaw cockfighting – Louisiana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma – called on political leaders in the five U.S. territories and the U.S. A...

Rows of cages lie in Frank Taianao’s backyard in Yigo. He keeps more than 150 game fowls that he has shipped from off-island. He paid $500 for each rooster. “That is $350 for the rooster and about $15...

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