Referred to as the "Citizen's Legislature Act", the Republican lawmakers expressed to the media that the part-time legislature concept is nothing new.

Lawmakers pass controversial budget resolution

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After a total of 3 hours’ worth of discussion, Resolution 69 finally passed with amendments.
Acting Speaker Therese Terlaje is calling on Executive Director Jermaine Alerta to address ADA compliance issues at the Guam Congress Building. 

Traffic crash leads cops to hidden drugs

Tuesday, 04 April 2017 Written by
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40-year-old Enrique Harris Guerrero was caught with marijuana, ice, and an unregistered rifle after police responded to a car crash.

Governor deports three more criminals

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Clinton Lastimoza (Philippines), Mark Kuka (FSM), and Dixie Tither (FSM) had their sentences commuted as part of Gov. Calvo's initiative to keep Guam safe.

Woman taken in for terrorizing tourists in Tumon

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Natalia Salzarulo was arrested for scaring tourists with a knife in Tumon last Friday.
"You can threaten senators, but don’t threaten our employees. Don’t threaten the hardworking people at the Legislature that keep this branch of government operating,” warns Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. 
The Archdiocese of Agana will be holding monthly briefings to update the community on various initiatives the church is taking.
If the judge approves, the deadline for the Archdiocese of Agana to respond to the numerous lawsuits will be moved from April 10 to May 12.
Rev & Tax is seeking $16.2 million from SDA in back taxes.