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Money for Education

Bill No. 8-32 (COR)
An act to appropriate to the Department of Education all additional revenue derived from the expiration of any part of the Bush Tax cuts.


Economic Development Initiative

Bill No. 16-32 (COR)
An act to rezone Lot 2181-4NEW-R1NEW-R2, Lot 2181-4NEW-R1NEW-2, Lot 2181-4NEW-1-1, Lot 2181-4NEW-1-2, Lot 2181-4NEW-1-3, Lot 2181-4NEW-1-4, Lot 2181-4NEW-1-R4 and Lot Naval Air Station Agana-21-R1 (Airport Parcel 4) in the municipality of Tiyan, Barrigada, from Agricutlural Zone (A) to Light Industrial Zone (M-1); and to change the reference of Limited Industrial to Light Industrial.


Responding to the Filipino Community of Guam

Bill No. 17-32 (COR)
An act to allow for conditional use of property situated in the municipality of Dededo for meetings and cultural purposes, specifically Lots 15-3 and 15-R3, both of Tract 1413, which are currently zoned "A" (Agricutlural), containing an area of 4,208.7± square meters, and bordered by Alageta Road.


On-going Efforts to Resolve an 18-Year-Old Government Debt

Bill No. 18-32 (COR)
An act to appropriate the sum of Three Hundred Ninety-Two Thousand One Hundred Sixty-Two Dollars and Seventeen Cents ($392,162.17) from anticipated General Fund Revenues for Fiscal Year 2013 for the outstanding debt balance owed, including principal and interest, for the completion of the Guam Public Market Redevelopment Project, Phase II-Department of Commerce Project No. 320-5-1008-L-AGN, including Change Order No. 1 and Change Order No. 2.


Requirements for a licensed professional councelor

Bill No. 48-32 (LS)
An act to define the educational and professional requirements for a licensed professional counselor.


Requirements for a licensed mental health counselor

Bill No. 49-32 (LS)
An act to define educational and professional requirements for a licensed mental health counselor.


Requirements for a marriage and family therapist

Bill No. 50-32 (LS)
An act to define educational and professional requirements for a marriage and family therapist.


Earmarked Revenue to GMH to supplement pharmaceutical and related supplies

Bill No. 91-32 (COR)
An act to earmark all tax revenue derived from the operation of any new acute care hospital facility, and to appropriate such earmarked revenue to the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority to supplement pharmaceutical and related supplies.


Prompt payment requirements for health care and health insurance benefits

Bill No. 94-32 (COR)
An act to amend Sections 9902(b), 9902(d), and 9902(g) of Title 10 Guam Code Annotated relative to prompt payment requirements for health care and health insurance benefits.


Mandating BSP collect data on the amount and type of all produce imported to Guam

Bill No. 106-32 (LS)
An act to mandate that the Bureau of Statistics and Plans (BSP) collect data on the amount and type of all produce imported to Guam, such information to be listed quarterly by type of produce on both the BSP and Department of Agriculture's websites.


Financing the reconstruction of the historic Guam Legislature building in Hagatna

Bill No. 155-32 (COR)
An act to accept and approve the terms and conditions of the appended agreement between the Bank of Guam and I Liheslaturan Guåhan, with the assistance and advice of the Guam Economic Development Authority (GEDA), relative to financing the reconstruction of the historic Guam Legislature building in Hagåtña, in conjunction with the Guam Preservation Trust, to include modernizing, referbishing and restoring the existing structure, which is an important component of the revitalization of Hagåtña.


Terminating all current Qualifying Certificates for insurance companies

Bill No. 167-32 (LS)
An act to repeal § 23113 of Chapter 23, Title 22 of the Guam Code Annotated to remove the current tax exemption on premiums collected by insurance companies as part of the QC program.


Police clearances to be known as the "Police Clearance Clarity Act of 2013

Bill No. 200-32 (COR)
An act to amend Title 10 Guam Code Annotated §77135 relative to police clearances, to be known as the "Police Clearance Clarity Act of 2013."


To fund the Mayors Council of Guam for the purchase of heavy equipment to be utilized by the MCOG

Bill No. 220-32 (LS)
An act to require the Mayors Council of Guam (MCOG) and the Guam Environmental Protection Agency (GEPA) to collaborate on development of an operational plan for the implementation of this act, and to appropriate Two Million Dollars ($2.000.000) from the recycling revolving fund to the Mayors Council of Guam for the purchase of heavy equipment to be utilized by the MCOG for that collection and disposal of recyclables, junk cars, green waste and other debris.


To provide for a special election to fill any vacancy among Guam Mayors and Vice Mayors

Bill No. 241-32 (COR)
An act to amend Title 3 GCA § 13106; to add a new Title 3 GCA § 13107; to renumber the existing§§ 13107 - 13109; to amend Item (b) of Title 3 GCA § 6105; to amend Items (a) and (b), and to delete Item (c) of Title 5 GCA Chapter 40 § 40110; relative to a vacancy in a Mayor's of Vice Mayor's Office, and to provide for a special election to fill any vacancy among Guam Mayors or Vice Mayors, provided that such vacancy or vacancies occur 240 days or more before the date of the next General Election for Mayors and Vice Mayors.


Appropriating the sum for the purchase of a ballot tabulation system & ballot stock and coding services to be utilized by the Guam Election Commission

Bill No. 334-32 (LS)
An act to appropriate the sum of One Hundred Thirty Four Thousand Two Hundred Fifty Dollars ($134,250) from the General Fund for the purchase of a ballot tabulation system, and the sum of Forty Eight Thousand Five Hundred Dollars ($48,500) from the General Fund for the purchase of ballot stock and coding services, to be utilized by the Guam Election Commission to conduct the November, 2014, and future elections.


Authorize the purchase of a ballot tabulation system, ballot stock, and coding services for GEC to conduct November 2014 and future elections from Fiscal Year 2014

Bill No. 377-32 (COR)
An act to amend Public Law 32-169 to authorize the purchase of a ballot tabulation system, ballot stock, and coding services, to be utilized by the Guam Election Commission to conduct the November, 2014, and future elections from fiscal year 2014 revenues.


Appropriating $600,000 for a gymnasium and sports classroom in northern Guam

Bill No. 397-32 (COR)
An act to appropriate $600,000 for a gymnasium and sports classrooms in northern Guam.


Updating the current standards on the sale of old tires

Bill No. 399-32 (COR)
An act to amend § 3218, Chapter 3, Article 2, Title 16, of the Guam Code Annotated to update the current standards on the sale of old tires.


To adopt the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act and the Uniform Foreign Money Judgments Recognition Act

Bill No. 400-32 (COR)
An act to adopt the Uniform Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act ("UEFJA") and the Uniform Foreign Money Judgments Recognition Act ("UFMJRA").