Senators Want Bordallo to Tell Them What Her “Detailed Immediate Plans” Are for Compact Funding


Guam –  Senator Frank Blas Jr., and 5 other Guam lawmakers, have written to Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo asking her what her plan of action is on Compact Impact funding.

The letter refers to the recent visit of a GAO team which was here to study the impacts of the Compacts of Free Association on Guam. It mentions the more than $501-million dollars that Senator Frank Blas Jr.has previously said is owed to Guam in Compact funds, and the letter expresses concern about plans in Washington to cut the national budget.

The Senators ask the Congresswoman to “share detailed immediate plans of action on what steps you will take to address the issue.”

Read the Lawmakers Letter to Bordallo              

The letter is signed by Senators Frank Blas Jr.; Tony Ada; Aline Yamashita; Chris Duenas; Mana SIlva-Taijeron and Sam Mabini.