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Several other bills lapse into law, too

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Senator Ben Pangelinan's Bill 84 lapsed into law, which would provide $1.5 million to the Guam Community College to make up for the collection shortfall in the man power development fund. As were three separate measures from Senator Tina Muna Barnes including Bill 113 that would appropriate $127,000 to Duk Duk Goose, Inc. to cover production costs for a cultural children's television program. Meanwhile, the Clerk's Office adds Senator Michael San Nicolas's Bill 90 relative to the Responsible Reserve Fund was vetoed by Governor Eddie Calvo.

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