Editorial

Editorial – Time to pay

In the last issue of this paper, Guam-based bankers shared that while they had seen multiple deferments of all kinds of debts, their account holders were not spending money, but rather saving what money they could. Since March...

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Editorial: Desperate moves

Traffic has already increased on Guam with the closure of the island’s detested roadblocks. Where are all those vehicles going? When people are desperate to feed their families, there is little they will not do to raise cash....

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Editorial: The long wait

The business community of Guam has begun to hope that it will soon be able to open at least some of its doors. Even Dr. Felix Cabrera said at the April 22 news conference that he is “cautiously optimistic.” Gov. Lourdes Leon...

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Precious power

What Gov. Lourdes Leon Guerrero has asked the Guam Legislature to deliver is not given to many. It is the power to make sweeping changes to the way the island operates and lives its collective life under COVID-19 restrictions....

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Editorial – The sword of Damocles

According to Michael San Nicolas, Guam’s delegate to Congress, for unemployment funds and direct cash assistance from the federal government, the island’s residents can expect somewhere between $315 million and $503 million over...

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