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Senators Set Session Agenda

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The Legislature's Committee on Rules have set the agenda for tomorrow's Legislative Session. The following bills and resolutions are scheduled to be discussed:

 

Bill No. 124–31 (LS) – J.T. Won Pat, Ed.D. / A.B. Palacios, Sr. / T.R. Muna–Barnes

 

An act to  add a new §34154 to Title 5 Guam Code Annotated, relative to deadbeat parents most wanted list.

 

 

Bill 272–31 (COR) – B.J.F. Cruz

 

An act to add a new § 43101 to Title 5 of the Guam Code Annotated relative to prohibiting members of boards and commissions from procuring goods and services to any Government Department, Agency or Instrumentality in which they are appointed to serve.

 

 

 

Bill No. 390–31 (COR) – T.R. Muña Barnes

 

An act to add a  new Item (J) to §77104 of Chapter 77, Title 21 of the Guam Code Annotated; relative to providing the Director of Parks and Recreations with the authority to determine the appropriate number of vendors for the Guam Park System; and to repeal §2105 of Chapter 2, of Division 1 of Title 21 Guam Administrative Regulations relative to the number of allowable park vendors.

 

 

 

Bill No. 292–31 (LS) – D.G. Rodriguez, Jr.

 

An act to authorize the Community Health Centers of the Department of Public health & Social Services to obtain reimbursement for services rendered to Medically Indigent Program Patients, by amending §3812 of Article 8, Chapter 3, and by amending §2912.10 of Article 9, Chapter 2, of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated.

 

 

 

Bill No. 296–31 (LS) – A.B. Palacios, Sr.

 

An act to add a new §90.16 to Article 1 of Chapter 90, Title 9, Guam Code Annotated relative to establishing minimum qualifications for the position of Department of Corrections Officer.

 

 

 

Bill No. 337–31 (COR) – v.c. pangelinan

 

An act to add a new Subsection (i) to §75108 and to add a new Section 75121 to Chapter 75, Title 21 Guam Code Anntoated relative to leases and licenses for Chamorro Land Trust Commission properties and for other purposes.

 

 

 

Bill No. 338–31 (COR) – J.P. Guthertz, DPA

 

An act to amend the Title and Sub Sections 4601, 4601(E), 4602, 4603, and 4605 and to add Sub Section 4601(F)(G) and a new Sub Section 4611 to Article 6 of Chapter 4, Title 4 Guam Code Annotated relative to expanding the eligibility for inclusion in the enhanced placement program for public employees.

 

 

 

Bill No. 327–31 (COR) – M.S. Taijeron

 

An act to amend §40135 and to add new Sections 40137, 40138, 40139, 40140, 40141, all of Chapter 40, Division 4, Title 5 of the Guam Code Annotated relative to gymnasium revolving funds withing various island municipalities.

 

 

 

Bill No. 406–31 (COR) – R.J. Respicio

 

An act to  repeal and  reenact Section 21 of Chapter XII, of Public Law 31–77 relative to providing for assignability of offsets against business privilege taxes for the outstanding debt balance owed for the completion of the Guam Public Market Redevelopment Project, phase II–Department of Commerce Project No. 320–5–1008–L–AGN, including Change Order No. 1 and Change Order No. 2

 

 

 

Bill No. 99–31 (COR) – V.A. Ada / R.J. Respicio / A.B. Palacios, Sr.

 

An act to add a new Article 3 to Chapter 120 of 8GCA relative to requiring convicted sex offenders, inter alios, to submit to DNA profiling.

 

 

 

Bill No. 263–31 (COR) – A.A. Yamashita, Ph.D.

 

An act to amend § 61103(D), repeal § 61531.1, and amend §61532 all of Part 4, Chapter 61, Title 21, Guam Code Annotated relative to parking regulations.

 

 

 

Bill No. 193–31 (COR) – C.M. Duenas

 

An act to add a  new §44115 to Chapter 44 of Title 22, Guam Code Annotated, establishing a scholarship program for economically–disadvantaged students seeking careers in the construction trades; providing funding sources for the program; and, citing this act as the " Building Guam's Trades Scholarship Program."

 

 

 

Bill No. 382–31 (COR) – A.A. Yamashita, Ph.D.

 

An act relative to establishing the Guam Forest System by adding a new Article 5 to Chapter 63, Title 5, Guam Code Annotated; and, citing this Article as the "Guam Forestry Legacy Act of 2011."

 

 

 

Resolution No. 299–31 (COR) (As Introduced) – R.J. Respicio / J.P. Guthertz, DPA / T.C. Ada

 

Relative to the establishment of a "Sister City" relationship between the province of Pangasinan in the Republic of the Philippines, and the territory of Guam, in order to encourage the further growth of friendship, camaraderie and commerce for the benefit of all of the people of the two regions.

 

 

Wednesday's session is scheduled for 9 o'clock in the morning.

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