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An individual must meet the following qualifications as provided in §3101, Title 3 GCA to be a registered voter on Guam: Must not be confined to a mental institution; Must not be judicially declared insane; Must not be committed under a sentence
Fidela Sison, from the Philippines, shakes Chief Judge Frances Tydingco-Gatewood's hand at the Veterans Day naturalization ceremony on Nov. 8 at the District Court of Guam. Sison was the oldest person, at the age of 76, to become a U.S. citizen on
The overburdened attorney general's office needs money now more than ever, to counter eroding public confidence in the criminal justice system, Attorney General Leonardo Rapadas told senators yesterday during his agency's fiscal 2014 budget hearing.
The chairman of the Legislature's Office of Finance and Budget hopes to have a fiscal 2014 budget bill ready for senators to review in August. The first rounds of budget talks are scheduled to begin Monday, with discussion on proposed budgets by the
Written by Jerick Sablan Pacific Daily News Filed Under A lawsuit against the Guam Election Commission alleging it violated several local laws was dismissed in the Superior Court of Guam on Monday. Former Democratic Party Executive Director Carlo
Written by Armando Cordoba Pacific Daily News Filed Under The legal battle over the 2010 gubernatorial election is officially over after a federal judge this week dismissed the last case related to the issue. Former Democratic Gov. Carl Gutierrez and
Written by Cameron Miculka Pacific Daily News Filed Under Starting today, the Guam Election Commission will re-examine the 2010 General Election as obligated by the passage of the recent election reform bill. GEC Executive Director Maria Pangelinan
Written by Armando Cordoba Pacific Daily News Filed Under The Office of Public Accountability may seek legal action if government agencies don't follow recommendations from audits conducted in previous years. The office released the Status of Audit
The Legislature overrode the governor's veto on the election reform bill, which means an audit of some 2010 General Election ballots. NEW LAW Lawmakers yesterday voted to override the governor's veto of Bill 413, which rewrites Guam's election laws...
Senators have been busy discussing 15 bills since regular session started Tuesday. None of the bills have been voted on yet, but senators are set to vote during the next session. Democratic senators are moving to override the governor's veto of Bill