| 1|| Bill No. 505-31 (COR) |
An act to establish the Administrative Rules and Regulations governing the Guam prescription drug monitoring program of the Department of Public Health & Social Services, under a new Article 18 of Chapter 4, Division 1, Title 26, Guam Adminstrative Rules and Regulations, and in conformance with §67.301(a) of Article 3 [Regulation of Manufacture, Distribution and Dispensing of Controlled Substances], Chapter 67, Title 9, Guam Code Annotated. Received: 8/10/12 - 11:26 a.m.
| 2|| Bill No. 497-31 (COR) |
An act relative to mandating the timely establishment of the Environmental Health Officer position series of the Division of Environmental Health, Department of Public Health & Social Services, as provided pursuant to P.L. 30-138, enacted on May 17, 2010, by amending §6233 of Article 2, Chapter 6, Title 4, Guam Code Annotated. Received: 8/3/12 - 10:53 a.m.
| 3|| Bill No. 492-31 (COR) |
An act relative to providing compensation to the commissioners of the Guam Public Utilities Commission, By adding a new subsection (k) to §12001 of article 1, chapter 12, title 12, Guam Code Annotated. Received: 7/27/12 - 10:01 a.m.
| 4|| Bill No. 488-31 (COR) |
An act relative to authorizing the Guam Election Commission to reconfigure the Primary Election Ballot to accommodate independent acndidates, by adding a new Item (1) to Subsection (a) of §16301 of Article 3, Chapter 16, Title 3, Guam Code Annotated. Received: 7/9/12 - 2:07 p.m.
| 5|| Bill No. 475-31 (COR) |
An act to mandate the establishment of the division of commission of the healing arts and licensure, within the department of public health & social services, by amending §12104 of article 1, chapter 12, part1, division1, 10 GCA; and to establish the commission on the healing arts revolving fund, by adding a new article 1.a to chapter 12, part 1, division 1, 10 GCA. Received: 6/21/12 - 9:13 a.m.
| 6|| Bill No. 465-31 (COR) |
An act to adopt the waitlist policy and procedures of the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse, to be codified under a new Division 6 - Public Health and Substance Abuse, Chapter 1, Title 26, Guam Administrative Rules and Regulations. Received: 5/24/12 - 5:35 p.m.
| 7|| Bill No. 464-31 (COR) |
Act to ensure appropriate care and treatment based upon the recommendations of professionals for individuals with cognitave disabilities residing or having resided in residential care programs at risk; by amending §86101 of Chapter 86, 10 GCA, and, by adding a new subitem (f) to subsection A.(1) of §86105, Chapter 86, 10 GCA. Received: 5/23/12 - 3:07 p.m.
| 8|| Bill 441-31 |
An act relative to establishing the practice of medical assistants in Guam, by adding a new Article 24 to Chapter 12 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated. Received: 3/28/12 - 3:22 p.m.
| 9|| Bill 431-31 |
An act to provide for a limited extension of the contract between the Department of Public Health & Social Services and GovGuam Association of Retired Persons / Servicio Para I Manamko (GCARP/SPIMA), to provide senior center services for the comprehensive management, operations, and maintenance of the senior center operations program for the Division of Senior Citizens, DPHSS.
| 10|| Bill 421-31 |
An act to authorize appropriation carry-over provisions for the Guam Fire Department for the expenditure of the expired Enchanced 911 Emergency Reporting System Funds for the specific purpose of conducting a 2012-2013 Fire Suppression and Emergency Medical Services Recruitment Cycle, along with any other use prescribed in Public Law 25-55. Received: 2/13/12 - 3:56 p.m.
| 11|| Bill 413-31(COR) |
This bill seeks to improve and revise the current rules and regulations of the Guam Election Commission. Section 2 of this bill was submitted by the Guam Election Commission to comply with Public Law 31-61 to review and update Title 6 GCA.
| 12|| Bill 410-31(COR) |
This bill requires pricing uniformity by healthcare insurers. It ensures that copayments, deductibles, and limits on the quantity of drugs that can be dispensed at one time be applied uniformly regardless of the type of pharmacy the consumer chooses.
| 13|| Bill 408-31(COR) |
Bill 408 seeks to provide a revolving fund for the Office of Vital Statistics under the Department of Public Health and Social Services to help the office become fully staffed to meet the needs of the island community.
| 14|| Bill 407-31(COR) |
This Bill is an effort to reduce the number of collisions and fatalities on Guam roadways. It provides for the court to impose a penalty requiring the taking of a defensive driving program for the offense of reckless driving.
| 15|| Bill 388-31(COR) |
Bill 388 seeks to keep the people of Guam healthy and protected by the spread of communicable diseases. The bill is an act to adopt isolation and quarantine procedures to help the Department of Public Health and Social Services fulfill its mandate to protect the public's health and safety.
| 16|| Bill 367-31(LS) |
An act to designate Route 6 (Halsey Drive and Spruance Drive) as "Korean War Veterans Drive" by adding a new §849.6 to Chapter 8, Title 1, Guam Code Annotated, to pay special tribute to all veterans who served in the Korean War for the protection and freedom of liberty. Received: 11/7/11 - 4:15 p.m.
| 17|| Bill 339-31(COR) |
Bill 339-31 seeks to update the laws that require emergency medical and ambulance service systems to be regularly maintained. The new regulations will raise the quality of emergency response vehicles on the island and provide for safe and uniformed partnerships between the government and private ambulance services.
| 18|| Bill 328-31(COR) |
Bill 328-31 is an act regarding wine tasting. It seeks to regulate wine tastings and where they take place, as well as provide for proper conduct of consumption of alcoholic beverages by the Alcohol Beverage Control Board.
| 19|| Bill 323-31(COR) |
Bill 323-31 is an act that will require parental consent for a minor to have an abortion. The bill will be used to protect children and insure that their parent or legal guardian helps make a decision that is in the best interest of the child.
| 20|| Bill 307-31(LS) |
Bill 307-31 seeks to administer rules and regulations for the Guam Food Code to promote the health and safety of the people of Guam. The bill also tries to insure that the rules and regulations adopted are consistent with the needs of the island community.