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Retro pay released for senators

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane


Guam - The Guam Legislature's Executive Director Vince Arriola confirms that salary increases and retro pay for Senators was released Thursday night through direct deposit. He estimates the total around $400,000. The senatorial payment comes just as the Governor's Office released the retro payments for the Executive Branch and Cabinet members. The raises come as a result of Public Law 32-208 signed last month.
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