Signed into law by Gov. Lourdes A. Leon Guerrero
Public Law 35-45
Mandates the government of Guam purchase energy efficient products to the maximum extent practicable.
Public Law 35-44
Authorizes the reprogramming of Port Authority of Guam revenue bond proceeds from a new administration building to the port’s waterfront facilities, a connectivity line and information technology systems.
Public Law 35-42
Mandates that information regarding potential exposure to radon, as well as radon testing results be made available upon the sale of real property.
Public Law 35-41
Authorizes the re-zoning of lot 1107-1-3NEW in Mangilao from residential to commercial for the establishment of a kidney dialysis clinic and medically related commercial facility.
Public Law 35-39
Supports the Guam Registered Apprenticeship Program by establishing a 2.5% administration fee and extends the tax credit sunset provision for the program by five years.
Public Law 35-38
Raises Guam’s minimum wage from $8.25 an hour to $9.25 an hour over a period of two years.
Introduced in the 35th Guam Legislature
Bill No. 219-35 by Senators Joe S. San Agustin, Tina Rose Muña Barnes, William M. Castro and Clynton E. Ridgell
Authorizes the Guam Department of Education, Guam Academy Charter Schools, Guam Community College and University of Guam to purchase or enter sale lease-back agreements to acquire solar energy equipment.
Bill No. 218-35 by Sen. James C. Moylan
Creates a qualifying certificate to attract and develop a processing trade company and a distribution, transformation or fulfillment center industry on Guam.
Bill No. 217-35 by Sen. James C. Moylan
Creates a qualifying certificate to attract and establish a commercial drone industry on Guam.
Introduced in the 21st NMI Legislature
House Bill No. 21-80 by Rep. Janet Ulloa Maratita
Authorizes individuals to take any unreimbursed loss as a result of Super Typhoon Yutu not to exceed $10,000 as a nonrefundable tax credit against tax year 2019.
House Bill No. 21-79 by Rep. Janet Ulloa Maratita
Establishes legal rights for tenants and landlords to increase legal protections for both.
House Bill No. 21-78 by Rep. Ivan A. Blanco
Appropriates more than $15.5 million in Casino License Fee revenue among various uses including $1 million to the Marianas Visitors Authority and more than $4 million for outstanding vendor payments incurred as a result of Super Typhoon Yutu. mbj