The Department of Defense has denied the use of Agent Orange on Guam.
You can read the full bill below. 
Aline Yamashita, educator and mother of autistic child, offers her recommendations to GDOE moving forward. 
The Women's March in Washington D.C. was widely covered, along with sister marches throughout the nation and the world. On Guam, a sister march was held by local organization, Fanohge Famalao'an, and many were in attendance last Friday.
The governor introduced his own version of the minmum wage bill that would also increase the minimum wage to $9.20 an hour but with a caveat.
J.E.T. Holdings reached a settlement with the US government for abusing the CW-1 visa program.
Joe Ayuyu, president and owner of McDonald’s of Guam and Saipan, has been named the 2016 Guam Business Magazine Executive of the Year. 

Lawmakers team up to repeal pay raises

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
You can read the bill attached below. 

GDOE faces water disconnection; unpaid FESTPAC bill partly to blame

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by Timothy Mchenry
Published in Utilities
 Nate Denight says the committee had a close-out meeting scheduled last month but it was cancelled due to the lack of quorum.

Clinical psychologist to examine Torre next week

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by Donna De Jesus
Published in Guam News
Judge Michael Bordallo has proposed Thursday, Jan. 26, for Dr. Dennis Donovan to examine Mark Torre Jr.