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Minority leadership announced for next legislature

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The official minority leadership for the 35th Guam Legislature is set.

Sen. Wil Castro will serve as minority leader, Sen. Louise Muna as assistant minority leader, Sen.-elect Telo Taitague will be minority whip, Sen.-elect Jim Moylan as assistant minority whip and Sen. Mary Torres as minority member.

Castro states in part, "I am most humbled and privilege to be chosen as Minority Leader and I stand committed to working with my colleagues in the 35th Guam Legislature as well as the new administration in Adelup."

This comes as we wait to hear the final decision for the majority leadership.

As we reported, Democratic caucus talks are centering on Sen.-elect Tina Muna Barnes as speaker, Sen. Telena Nelson as Vice  Speaker, Sen.-elect Amanda Shelton as Legislative Secretary and Sen. Regine Biscoe Lee as Committee on Rules Chair.

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