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Appointments confirmed for GovGuam

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Lawmakers voted to confirm a number of appointments to various boards and commissions, including: George Chiu, David John, Arlene Bordallo, EJ Calvo, Ramona Jones, and David Sablan to name a few. They also confirmed Mariquita Taitague as the director of the Department of Agriculture.

Senators also passed resolution 30 which adds a fifth pillar to the department of defense and navy's four pillars regarding the military buildup. The resolution calls for dod to develop a plan to address the needs of the people of guam.

Lawmakers meanwhile passed several bills including Bill 37 which provides funding to GAIN. And passed bill 47 which establishes a senior citizens day at the Guam Legislature.

They recessed and will return at 2 tomorrow afternoon to continue voting.

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