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  Dear Friends:

The Guam Legislature recessed session on Friday, October 31, 2003.

Here is a quick rundown of the bill number, votes, and a short explanation of the bill.

Bill 96; 15-0
Establishes an advance disposal fees to set up a government recycling program.

Bill 100; 15-0
Develops a recycling program in each village.

Bill 80; 15-0
Transfers Baza Gardens baseball field from Department of Parks and Recreation to the Yona Mayor's Office.

Bill 63; 15-0
Allows businesses the choice to display Gross Receipts Tax outside of the price of the product or service.

Bill 67; 15-0
Allows for an adjustment period for financial institutions to implement secured transactions under the Uniform Commercial Code.

Bill 76; 15-0
Includes airport, port and park patrol officers as peace officers.

Bill 144; 15-0
Renames Latte Stone Park in honor of the late Sen. Angel L.G. Santos and bans vendors from operating on the park’s grounds.

Bill 15; 15-0
Revamps regulations and practices of the massage therapy industry on Guam.

Bill 49; 14-1
Moves the Compiler of Laws to the Supreme Court from the Attorney General’s Office. This action should make the publishing of laws more frequent and accessible to the people of Guam.

Bill 153; 15-0
Allows the Retirement Fund members to elect four of the fund's Board of Trustees members.

Please give me a call or e-mail me to discuss these issues or any other issues on your mind. I’m interested in your thoughts and ideas.


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