Lawmakers will now have to deliberate on the bill during this round of session
Senators will make $55,303 annually, the Speaker will make $60,850, the Governor will make $90,000 and the Lt. Governor will make $85,000.
The Guam Environmental Protection Agency, meanwhile, is still conducting its own investigation and may issues more notices of violations.
“DOE asked that construction pause pending the possibility of …a large parking area to services the HQ’s.” – GDOE Deputy Superintendent Chris Anderson. 
While Sen. Telena Nelson’s Bill 50, which seeks to ban casino gambling, is not on tomorrow’s session agenda, there’s still a chance the bill could take session floor this week.
Gilan says the lack of a laboratory is the main cause of the holdup.
The North Korea regime launched a medium sized missile Sunday.

Congratulations UOG Tritons !

Monday, 22 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
University of Guam confers 325 degrees for spring commencement.  
The officers will now have 20 days to appeal their adverse action.

Liberation Carnival Director resigns

Friday, 19 May 2017 Written by
Published in Guam News
Less than 24 hours after the executive director of the Liberation Carnival organizers made an announcement that there would be no carnival this year, Heidi Ballendorf resigned.