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February 15, 2019

For those who may have forgotten as Guam heads to another Liberation Day season, Guam Catholic church establishment wants to make its continued opposition to gambling clear, at least the variety of ga...

For years, Guam's Liberation Day has celebrated the freedom obtained from Japanese occupation by the 1944 American invasion and its events have traditionally been the province.

Vice Speaker Sen. Telena...

Are emergency response funds being illegally tapped locally?

Members of the Guam Public Utilities Commission have unanimously approved an investigation into the alleged unauthorized transfer of approxi...

March 21, 2018

                                Bill calls for tougher gun control on Guam

  The proliferation of mass shootings in the United...

After failing in numerous efforts to pressure Guam legislators into immediately acting on bills for either a temporary business privilege tax increase or a sales tax to respond to a projected $67 mill...

February 27, 2018

Governor Calvo's Bill 245-34 Budget fix fails on 10-4 vote Wednesday

Calvo threatens 32-hour work week for government employees

 Senator Frank Blas Aguon Jr.

Tuesday was not a happy day for Guam legislat...

February 23, 2018

 The normal way a chief executive such as Guam Governor Eddie Baza Calvo goes about achieving his legislative goals involves a combination of some soft soap out front for public consumption, while qui...

Senator Nelson bill would set standards for massage therapists

Senator Telena Cruz Nelson has introduced Bill No. 226-34, which seeks to add educational requirements and a thorough certification proces...

 Guam Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson

A request from a Guam lawmaker to clear up questions about across the board drug testing of government employees led to some confusion as Attorney Gene...

Senator Telena Nelson

Guam lawmakers by an 11-3 vote have passed a resolution intended to at least slow or stop the seemingly imminent start of construction of a live firing range at the Ritidian area...

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