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Several bills on tap for public hearing

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Lawmakers will be gathering public comment this Friday on a number of measures including Bill 423, which would authorize the issuance of bonds for the payment of 2011 income tax refunds; Bill 411, which transfers abandoned properties in the Sagan Linahyan Subdivision to the Guam Housing Corporation for the purposes of affordable housing; and Bill 416, transferring certain property relative to the Lada Estates project by the Guam Housing Corporation for the purpose of developing affordable housing for residents. 

Lawmakers will also accept testimony on Bill 415 - the measure seeks to support and women and save children.  The public hearings will be held this Friday at the Legislature's Public Hearing Room at various times.

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