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Ethics committee to resume meeting

by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Legislature's Ethics Committee will resume its meeting from last week, tomorrow. The group would continue dialogue on the two ethics complaints that were filed against Lieutenant Governor Elect, Senator Ray Tenorio. Attorney Robert Kutz took over as Ethics Counsel after Anthony Camacho stepped down due to a conflict of interest. 

Kutz will likely give the committee an update on his review of both complaints. The first was filed by Harold Cruz involving Tenorio's name change. The second by Dr. William Weare alleging moral turpitude surrounding Tenorio's child support case from his first marriage. Tomorrow's Ethics Committee meeting is scheduled for noon in the Public Hearing Room.

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