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Senators pass bill to build Guam museum

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Lawmakers hit the voting file this afternoon, passing four bills including Bill 179, which provides funding to build a multicultural center and a Guam museum facility. They also passed Bill 418, which increases the number of members to sit on the Parole Board from five to seven.

And the big ones they passed were Bill 413, relative to a new northern high school; and Bill 424, which reorganizes the Guam Education Policy Board.

Lawmakers also confirmed Benny Pinaula as the director of the Department of Youth Affairs.

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