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Senatorial hopefuls discuss medical issues at GMA forum

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 by Ken Quintanilla

Guam - The Guam Medical Association's Gubernatorial Debate follows Monday's senatorial forum featuring 28 candidates vying for the Guam Legislature. Senators Tina Muna Barnes and Tony Ada could not attend due to family obligations. During the nearly three hour forum, senators were asked a range of questions most of which pertained to healthcare such as medicinal marijuana, Obamacare, healthcare mandates, employers offering health insurance to its workers and Compact of Free Association. Candidates were even given a chance to ask each other questions. 

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