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Lawmakers pass 9 more measures, confirm 3

by Nick Delgado

Guam - Senators exhausted the voting sheet as they concluded this month's session by passing 9 measures and confirming 3 appointees.  Among the measures include Bill 384, relative to the criminal record of a person seeking public office and Bill 103 which would double the penalties for littering and discarding cigarettes from vehicles when the fire danger rating is high.

Lawmakers late Monday afternoon recessed session at the call of the speaker.

The passed measures were:

Resolution No. 340-30 (COR) (As Introduced) - J.P. Guthertz, DPA
Relative to adding a new Section (29.04.05) to ‘Rule XXIX. Code of Ethics and Standards for the Legislative Branch,' of Mina'Trenta Na Liheslaturan Guåhan Otden Areklamento.

 

Bill No. 103 (COR) - Telo Taitague / J.T. Won Pat, Ed.D. / A.B. Palacios, Sr.
An act to Amend §51207 of 10GCA relative for doubling the penalties for littering for violators that discard cigarettes from vehicles when the fire danger rating is high.

 

Bill No. 162 (COR) – Ray Tenorio
An act to add a new Article 2 to Chapter 20 of 8GCA relative to the creation of an Online Warrant Repository.

 

Bill No. 316-30 (LS) - T.C. Ada / A.B. Palacios, Sr. / F.F. Blas, Jr.
An act to add new definitions (j), (k), and (jj) to §1102 of Chapter 1, Title 16; to add a new §3102.2, §3102.3, §3102.4 to Chapter 3, Title 16, to add a new §6233 of Article 2, Chapter 6, Title 4; all of Guam Code Annotated relative to establishing charges and compensation for Department of Revenue and Taxation examiners who perform off-duty examinations.

 

Bill No. 359-30 (COR) - J.P. Guthertz, DPA
An Act to Add a Sub Item (a) to § 76212 of Article 2, Chapter 76 of Title 21, Guam Code Annotated; to prohibit the transfer of all prehistoric and historic properties, antiquities, and objects owned by the people of Guam or in the inventory of the Government of Guam, without legislative concurrence.

 

Bill No. 351-30 (COR) - v.c. pangelinan / B.J.F. Cruz
An act to add a new Article 3 of Chapter 36 to title 18, Guam Code Annotated and to add a new item (5) to §10104(a) of Chapter 10, Title 5 Guam Code Annotated; relative to the establishment of a secure and fair enforcement for Mortgage Licensing Act.

 

Bill No. 358-30 (COR) - T.R. Muna-Barnes
An act to amend §18114 of Chapter 18 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated relative to the eligibility and qualification for reciprocity under the barbering and Cosmetology Act of 2000.

 

Bill No. 382-30 (LS) - J.T. Won Pat, Ed.D.
An act to add a new §80105 (d) to Chapter 80 of Title 21, Guam Code Annotated, relative to the transfer of properties under the jurisdiction of the Port Authority of Guam to the jurisdiction of the Guam Ancestral Lands Commission.

 

Bill No. 384-30 (LS) - A.B. Palacios, Sr. – (11-0)
An act to amend §6114 of Chapter 6 of Title 3, Guam Code Annotated, relative to the criminal record of a person seeking public office. 

CONFIRMATIONS:
Mr. Frank P. Arriola, member of the Guam Community College Board of Trustees
Mr. Edward G. Untalan, member of the Guam Community College Board of Trustees
Mr. Andrew Leon Guerrero, Director of the Department of Public Works

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