The announcement came as a surprise and at the end of a rather heated rules meeting this afternoon.  
Benjamin Urquizu still has not received his final paycheck.
Steven Wang was also ordered to pay $1.6 million in restitution to his former H2 workers, $186,000 to the IRS and about $96,000 in the second case.
“Bill 122 increases the liquid fuel tax by 1.5 cents incrementally for the next three years,” explained Senator Tommy Morrison.
Justice Robert Torres' wife, Sen. Mary Torres, may be a party to the case.

Cop fired for drug involvement

Thursday, 22 June 2017 Written by
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Police officer Manuel Perez has been fired after the Guam Police Department completed its administrative investigation into his arrest. 
An order has been granted in Federal Court today to unseal a meth distribution case, making 33-year-old Glenn Santos Felix set for sentencing.
"We are not going to raise taxes, we're going to foster small business activities." - Governor Calvo during 2010 Great Debate.

Salvage divers clear wreckage from Guam waters

Thursday, 22 June 2017 Written by
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Teams involved in Diving Exercise 2017 made the areas safer for boaters and marine life by removing submerged debris.
  UOG entomologist now unsure of exact cause of nanasu death.