“More needs to be done to alleviate the problems and pain felt by so many. I am determined to help get our economy and tourism industry back on track and get our people back to work.”

Jesse Anderson Lujan is a Republican Senator in the 37th Guam Legislature. With a commitment to reducing inflation, rebuilding Guam’s tourism industry, and eliminating crime, Senator Luajn is dedicated to fighting for a better Guam.

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Lujan seeking to improve transit through Hawaii

Sen. Jesse Lujan has written to United Airlines Guam Director Sam Shinohara and United Airlines Global Managing Director Dan Weiss about an opportunity "to improve the travel experience" for Guam passengers transiting through Hawaii, by using an additional baggage...

Lujan introduces legislation to exempt prescription drugs from BPT

In an effort to expand access to health care and improve public health on Guam, Sen. Jesse Lujan introduced Bill 220-37, according to a press release from the senator. Lujan’s bill adds prescription medicines to the list of exemptions from the business privilege tax...

Senator Lujan Encourages Public Participation to Recognize Guam’s Living World War II Survivors in “Project Today”

(Hagåtña, Guam) – Senator Jesse Lujan and the Guam Visitors Bureau have launched “Project Today,” an initiative to honor living World War II survivors from Guam. This past week, Senator Lujan, GVB, Senators from the 37th Guam Legislature, and mayors presented certificates and memorabilia pins to the living WWII survivors in the villages of Agana Heights, Assan-Ma’ina…

Senator Lujan and GVB Look to Honor Guam’s Living World War II Survivors in “Project Today”

(Hagåtña, Guam) – The Office of Senator Jesse Lujan and the Guam Visitors Bureau are collaborating on an initiative to honor living World War II survivors from Guam, both on and off-island. The joint effort, “Project Today,” aims to collect the information of all living war survivors who endured the Japanese occupation on Guam between December 8, 1941 to August 10, 1944…

Senator Lujan Aims to Break Deadlock Over New Hospital Location with the “ESPITÅT PARA TODU ACT OF 2024”

(Hagåtña, Guam) – Following months of deliberation and divisive debates, Senator Jesse Lujan introduced Bill No.­­305-37(COR) in an effort to resolve the impasse over the location of Guam’s new hospital. The bill, to be known as the “Espitåt Para Todu (Hospital for All) Act of 2024,” seeks to address the critical need for a modern hospital or medical facility, breaking the deadlock…

Bill No.275-37(COR)

AN ACT TO ADD A NEW SUBSECTION (i) TO § 1112 OF ARTICLE 1, CHAPTER 1, DIVISION 1, TITLE 12 GUAM CODE ANNOTATED, RELATIVE TO STANDARDIZING AIRPORT POLICE AND AIRCRAFT RESCUE AND FIRE FIGHTING POSITIONS COMPENSATION AT THE A.B. WON PAT INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT AUTHORITY,...

Bill No.220-37(COR)

AN ACT TO ADD A NEW § 26203 (f) TO ARTICLE 2, CHAPTER 26, TITLE 11 GUAM CODE ANNOTATED, RELATIVE TO EXPANDING THE BUSINESS PRIVILEGE TAX EXEMPTIONS LIST TO INCLUDE PRESCRIPTION DRUGS.

WWII survivors honored, list of living survivors to be compiled

The firsthand accounts of World War II survivors are dwindling as many enter their 80s and 90s and countless others have died. Recognizing this, senators from the 37th Guam Legislature presented a resolution honoring those still alive. On Friday at the Agana Heights...

Project Today seeks to recognize all living Guam WWII survivors

The Guam Visitors Bureau and Sen. Jesse Lujan are working together to honor World War II survivors living on and off Guam through a joint initiative called Project Today. The effort aims to collect information from all living WWII survivors who lived through the...

‘Project Today’ seeks to honor living WWII survivors from Guam

A newly launched initiative called “Project Today” seeks to honor living World War II survivors from Guam, both on and off island, just in time for the 80th anniversary of Guam’s Liberation Day on July 21. Sen. Jesse Lujan’s office and the Guam Visitors Bureau are...

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