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Agenda set for Monday's session

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - The Committee on Rules met today to set the agenda for next week's session. 20 items are expected to be discussed by lawmakers including Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr's. Bill 323 that would require parental consent before a minor can get an abortion, Speaker Judi Won Pat's Bill 384 that would extend the deadline to submit petitions to establish F.Q. Sanchez as an academy charter school, and Bill 363 that authorizes the use of local funds to match federal grants for the expansion of the Veterans Cemetery.  Session will begin Monday at nine o'clock.

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