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Healthcare Transparency Act of 2010 debated

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - As the days wind down for the 30th Guam Legislature, lawmakers are cramming in as many bill as possible already Bill 149 or the Guam Beverage Container Recycling Deposit Act has made its way to the voting file. Meantime, discussed on session floor today Bill 482 otherwise known as the Healthcare Transparency Act of 2010. 

Governor Elect Eddie Calvo spoke briefly on the floor, saying, "Seriously the campaign is over if you look at the process of transparency who and what entities are involved look at the time elements, negotiations and discussion there was one area of procurement in the Government of Guam that was more open and transparent it was health insurance."

Also discussed on the floor legislation introduced by Vice Speaker B.J. Cruz, Bill 485 involves providing funding for the construction of a Guam museum and other projects around the island to promote the culture.

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