by Mindy Aguon
Guam Music, Inc. has until tomorrow to file any motions they want, as they are now a party in the attorney general's lawsuit against the Department of Revenue & Taxation. The company, which owns hundreds of gaming devices that were deemed illegal, is hoping to the court will order Rev & Tax to renew their licenses.
But the Attorney General's Office has moved to have the company's suit against DRT thrown out. Guam Music fought to be allowed to intervene in the AG's lawsuit, which was recently granted by the Supreme Court. The company has until tomorrow to file motions and the AG's office has until October 2 to file a response.