SESSION DAY 2: Four More Bills Moved to the Voting File; Session Resumes Friday

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Guam – Majority Leader and Rules Committee Chair Senator Rory Respicio reports that 4 more bills were moved to the voting file today, [Wednessday] the second day of the November Session.


READ Senator Respicio’s report in FULL below:

November 21, 2012 11:00 AM
For Immediate Release

Session Update

(Hagåtña, Guam) – Majority Leader & Committee on Rules Chairman Senator Rory J. Respicio reports that during today’s Session, Senators of the 31st Guam Legislature discussed five bills moving four to 3rd reading file, listed below. Session is now in recess and resumes on Friday, Nov. 23, 2012 at 10:00 AM.

The public can tune in on MCV Channel 13 or GUdTV Channel 21.

BILLS:

Bill No. 263‐31(COR) –
As Substituted by the Committee on Appropriations, Taxation, Public Debt, Banking, Insurance, Retirement and Land (by A. A. Yamashita, Phd.)
AN  ACT  TO  AMEND  §  61103(D),  REPEAL  §  61531.1,  AND  AMEND  §61532  ALL  OF  PART  4, CHAPTER 61, TITLE 21, GUAM CODE ANNOTATED RELATIVE TO PARKING REGULATIONS.

Bill No. 361‐31(COR) ‐
by Judith P. Guthertz, DPA
AN ACT TO ADD A NEW SUB SECTION 21008.1(A)(B)(C)(D) AND (E) TO CHAPTER 21 OF TITLE 3 GUAM  CODE  ANNOTATED  RELATIVE  TO  PROVIDING  A  MECHANISM  TO  ENHANCE  THE REGISTRATION  PROCESS  OF  THE  GUAM  DECOLONIZATION  REGISTRY  BY  ENLISTING  THE ASSISTANCE OF ALL EMPLOYERS IN GUAM BEGINNING WITH THE EXECUTIVE, LEGISLATIVE
AND JUDICIAL BRANCHES OF THE GOVERNMENT OF GUAM AND THE MAYORS’  COUNCIL OF GUAM.

Bill No. 477‐31 (COR) – by Adolpho B. Palacios, Sr.
AN ACT TO AMEND §23112 OF ARTICLE 1 AND §23203 OF ARTICLE 2, BOTH OF CHAPTER 23, DIVISION 2, TITLE 7, GUAM CODE ANNOTATED, RELATIVE TO LEVIES ON EARNINGS.

Bill  No.  385‐31(COR)  –   As  Amended  by  the  Committee  on  Public  Safety,  Law  Enforcement  and Judiciary (V. Anthony Ada, F. F. Blas, Jr., A.B. Palacios, Sr.)
AN  ACT  TO  ADD  A  NEW  §89.15  TO  CHAPTER  89  OF  9GCA  RELATIVE  TO  EMPLOYMENT LIMITATIONS ON CONVICTED SEX OFFENDERS.

BILL DISCUSSED BUT REMAINS IN 2ND READING:

Bill No. 509‐31 (COR) – As substituted by the Committee on Education (Judith T. Won Pat, Ed.D., Tina R. Muna Barnes)
AN ACT TO ADD A NEW CHAPTER 15A OF DIVISION 3, TITLE 17 GUAM CODE ANNOTATED RELATIVE TO THE STUDENT FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS.  

Committee reports for the above mentioned items can be found on the Guam Legislature’s website at: www.guamlegislature.com.