Klitzkie wants proper Web accessibility for local laws

by Clynt Ridgell, KUAM News
Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Bill 388 if passed into law would allow the compiler of laws to provide a searchable database of laws on the Internet. Republican senator Bob Klitzkie says he introduced the bill at the request of Supreme Court Chief Justice Phil Carbullido, saying, "The position of the Judiciary is that the compiler of laws should be able to maintain a searchable database, and if 388 were enacted into law that would be the affect."

The compiler of laws has already made the Guam Code Annotated available on the World Wide Web, but the web site on which it sits has no searchable index.

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