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Governor vetoes several bills

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane


Guam - Governor Eddie Calvo vetoed several bills that were recently passed by Senators. They are as follows:


Bill 429-32 (COR): An act to authorize the appointment of deputies to enforce the Guam's Alcoholic Beverage Control Laws, by adding a new Article 5A to Chapter 3, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated.


Bill 424-32 (LS): An act to amend 9 Gar Division 1, Chapter 3, Section 3226 (h) (2) to clarify that concrete and solid metal walls are acceptable as perimeter fencing for a commercial quarantine facility.  


Bill 224-32 (COR): An act to amend §5425, §5426, §5427, §5450, §5452, §5480, §5481 and §§5485 (a) and (b) of Article 9, and §5703, §5705, §5706(b), §5707(a), §5708 of Article 12, Chapter 5, Title 5 of the Guam Code Annotated relative to clarifying legal and contractual remedies in Guam Procurement  

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