Minimum Wage Public Briefing set for May 5

Sen. Roy Quinata

The Committee on Infrastructure, Economic Development, Simon Sanchez High School, Disability Services, Self-Determination and Historic Preservation, Housing, Public Accountability, and the Guam Buildup will hold an Informational Briefing on Guam’s minimum wage on May 5.

Democrat Sen. Roy Quinata, the chairperson of the mentioned legislative committees, will hear and accept testimonies on the island’s minimum wage. 

Written testimonies may be delivered to the Quinata’s Office at Suite 807 DNA Building, 238 Archbishop FC Flores Street, Hagåtña, Guam 96910, via email to or WhatsApp at (671) 472-4826.

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA, individuals requiring assistance or accommodations should contact the Quinata’s Office.

The hearing will be broadcast on local television, GTA Channel 21, Docomo Channel 117, and streamed online via the Guam Legislature’s live feed on YouTube.

After the hearing, a hearing recording will also be available online via Guam Legislature Media on YouTube.

It is scheduled for 2 p.m. on May 5 at the Guam Congress Building in Hagatna. 


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