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May 31, 2020

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Guam legislators are considering a bill that would keep students in school until they are age 18. Presently, 16-year-olds can drop out and legally work, assuming they can find jobs given their limited...

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Few if any medical doctors have a taste for being cast as villains and the physicians at Guam Memorial Hospital are no exception to the rule. A harshly worded legislative resolution by long time healt...

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Pacific Island Times columnist Jayne Flores, Cartoonist Andrea Nicole Grajek (Nezumi), Sales, Marketing Circulation Director Janice San Nicolas Furukawa, Editor-in-Chief, Bruce Lloyd, Publisher Mar-Vi...

July 30, 2017

   If you are earning a notch above the federal poverty threshold, you don’t qualify for food stamps, housing assistance, Medicaid or the Medically Indigent Program. You can’t negotiate. As far as the...

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