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Schedule conference set for Davis v. GEC suit

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - A lawsuit challenging the legality of the island's upcoming plebiscite is scheduled for a scheduling conference this week in the District Court.  Dave Davis filed the lawsuit against the Guam Election Commission and the Government of Guam because he was not able to register to vote in plebiscite because he is not a native inhabitant of Guam. 

There has been some mention of a possible settlement but the parties admit that such an action would require modification of the existing registration system and the Legislature's approval to amend the current structure of the plebiscite. 

The scheduling conference is set for this Tuesday.

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