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Pangelinan pens letter to DOI

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Senator Ben Pangelinan is hoping to move along Bill 19's companion bill which was signed into law by the governor last week. Formerly Bill 132 the new law pledges $2 million annually in Compact impact money to pay a loan of up to $13 million for the Guam Memorial Hospital. In a letter sent to the Department of the Interior Senator Pangelinan is pushing for DOI's quick approval of the authority to pledge the compact impact funding for the GMH loan. Pangelinan says any support that can be given to move this process along will take us one step closer to paying our hospital's vendors.

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