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Lujan: One Website for Procurement Documents

Sen. Jesse Lujan is proposing to amend Guam law so that requests for proposals and invitations for bids are published all in one place online. Bill 8-37 would task the Office of Technology with creating and adding web pages for the publications on the Guam public...

Sen. Lujan: Lower taxes on businesses, food, medicine sales

The push to reduce business privilege taxes is back with the 37th Guam Legislature. Sen. Jesse Lujan over the weekend introduced legislation to roll back business privilege taxes, or BPT, from 5% to 4%. He’s also introduced a measure to suspend the BPT applied to the...

Lujan’s proposed resolution to pause Jones Act

To help bring down prices, Sen. Jesse Lujan is seeking a temporary, 24-month waiver of the Jones Act. It's an old law that prevents cheaper, foreign-flagged carriers from shipping between U.S. ports, including Guam. The Jones Act was passed more than a...

December 18, 2022

Letter: Effects of inflation, pandemic not distributed equally

December 03, 2022

Letter: Early voting helps elections, community

November 27, 2022

Letter: Health emergency ends, but other battles remain

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

2022

Newroom  •  Letters to the EditorDecember 18, 2022 Letter: Effects of inflation, pandemic not distributed equallyDecember 03, 2022 Letter: Early voting helps elections, communityNovember 27, 2022 Letter: Health emergency ends, but other battles remainNovember 19, 2022...

2021

Newroom  •  Letters to the EditorDecember 25, 2021 Letter: Restoring tourism top priority December 5, 2021 Letter: Reviving Guam Tourism November 13, 2021 Letter: Do more to aid tourism October 21, 2021 Letter: Efforts to revive tourism are crucial, need support...

IN THE NEWS

Oversight hearing called with GVB

Sen. Jesse Lujan, currently acting as chair of the legislative committee on tourism, has called for an oversight hearing of the Guam Visitors Bureau next week, set for Feb. 10. There are several discussion points for the oversight, including the status of harmonizing...

Visitors bureau board meeting halted over directorship issue

A special meeting of the Guam Visitors Bureau board of directors ended for lack of quorum Tuesday, but only after nearly an hour, over which a large part was spent in heated discussion on whether the board could proceed with the meeting. The agenda was simple -...

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