Lawmakers team up to repeal pay raises

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by
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You can read the bill attached below. 
 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
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Judge Michael Bordallo has proposed Thursday, Jan. 26, for Dr. Dennis Donovan to examine Mark Torre Jr.
The governor's measure also proposes a minimum wage incresae to $9.20 an hour but on the condition that the minimum wage study is completed. 
Although a federal employee with the US Customs and Border Protection, Reynald La Puebla says he's offering his "two cents" as a private citizen.

Man accused of Agat shooting has charges dismissed

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by
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Calvin Anderson, accused of shooting a teen in Agat last month, won't be facing any more charges, at least for now.

GDOE seeks dismissal of health counselor's lawsuit

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by
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GDOE says they cannot be sued because they are a line agency of the Government of Guam. 

Marines prepare for RUTEX training here on Guam

Friday, 20 January 2017 Written by
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The 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit will participate in the Realistic Urban Training Exercise. 
Guam Human Trafficking Task Force recognized with resolution and proclamation signing. 
You can read Judge Anita Sukola's decision attached.