| 21|| Bill 292-31(LS) |
Bill 292-31 authorizes the community health centers of the Department of Public Health to collect reimbursement rendered to patients of MIP. The bill will help DPHSS to comply with the federal statutory provisions as a Federally Qualified Health Center.
| 22|| Bill 285-31(COR) |
Bill 285-31 mandates healthy foods to be sold in vending machines that are located in government buildings. The bill seeks to provide healthier food options for employees working for the government to combat chronic diseases and high healthcare costs.
| 23|| Bill 278-31(LS) |
Bill 278-31 seeks to allow dentists on Guam to be licensed through credentialing. This will allow for greater numbers of dentists practicing on the island and provide more access to dental care for the people of Guam.
| 24|| Bill 277-31 (COR) |
Bill 277-31 is an act to provide funding to the Guam Memorial Hospital to start up and urgent care facility within GMHA. The money would be reprogrammed from the 2007 Tobacco Bond Proceeds to insure the government complies with the mandate of the Organic Act to provide medical services to the people of Guam.
| 25|| Bill 259-31(COR) |
Bill 259-31 seeks to allow funding to repair the Talofofo Indoor Gymnasium to support the participation of village fitness and wellness programs. The bill would reprogram roughly $150,000 from the 2007 Tobacco Bond proceeds to the Talofofo Mayor’s Office for the project to be completed.
| 26|| Bill 257-31(COR) |
Bill 257-31 was an act to give all public schools efficient financial resources to open for the new school year. It also tried to keep the Umatac school of F.Q. Sanchez Elementary open for the 2011-2012 school year.
| 27|| Bill 252-31(COR) |
Bill 252-31 seeks to simplify the initiative and referendum process by adding the last two digits of the election year to be followed by the alphabet letter corresponding to the order in which it was submitted the Election Commission for the ballot title. It will provide distinguished titles that will only be associated with the subject it was named for.
| 28|| Bill 251-31(COR) |
Bill 251-31 rezones Lot No. 54NEW-R1, Block 3 from a “R-1” single-family residential home to commercial “C” zone. The rezoning will enable the property to be used for a medical related business.
| 29|| Bill 249-31 (COR) |
Bill 249-31 gives the Department of Public Health and Social Services’ Director the authorization to charge third party payers for services provided to individuals who qualify under a welfare program. The bill puts the government of Guam in compliance with the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and insures that the government does not deny payment for claims submitted by Medicaid or MIP.
| 30|| Bill 230-31 (COR) |
Bill 230-31 would mandate all new government buildings to be built with sustainable designs and require all renovations to government buildings use energy efficient and sustainable design methods. The bill seeks to reduce the island’s energy costs and promote a healthier environment for the people of Guam starting with the government.
| 31|| Bill 195-31 (COR) |
Bill 195-31 is known as the “Family Violence Registry Act” which creates a central database with information about offenders who have committed crimes of domestic/family violence. It makes the information readily available to the public to give the community a greater sense of security and protection.
| 32|| Bill 188-31 (LS) |
Bill 188-31 helps protect the most vulnerable of the community by restricting smoking in a vehicle when a child who is 17 years and younger is present to. It creates a maximum $100 fine for the first offense and up to $200 fine for the second offense and the fines paid for these convictions will be deposited into the Guam Cancer Trust Fund.
| 33|| Bill 175-31(COR) |
Bill 175-31 is an act to rezone Lot No. 5231-9-1 in Dededo from an Agriculture “A” zone to a Commercial “C” zone.
| 34|| Bill 170-31(COR) |
Bill 170-31 creates a Guam Cancer Assistance and Treatment Program. The program is meant to help bridge the gaps in services for cancer patients under public assistance programs, but who currently are limited to available options for authorized treatments that may been provided.
| 35|| Bill 158-31 (COR) |
Bill 158-31 seeks to create an urgent care facility at the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority. This urgent care facility in the hospital will help alleviate the overcrowding of Guam’s only civilian hospital emergency room and help the hospital better serve the people of Guam.
| 36|| Bill 141-31(COR) |
Bill 141-31 gives business privilege tax exemptions for child care centers and group child care homes. The bill is intended to promote early childhood learning and development opportunities by giving financial relief to child care centers and group child care homes as they come into compliance with the new rules and regulations for their facilities.
| 37|| Bill 137-31(LS) |
Bill 137-31 establishes the rules and regulations for the Department of Public Health and Social Services to issue sanitary permits. The bill tries to make the rules and regulations for the issuance of sanitary permits consistent with the needs of the community by requiring that they be reviewed and amended at least every five years.
| 38|| Bill 127-31 (LS) |
Bill 127-31 repealed a provision made to the Guam Code Annotated in the last legislature that limited the Governor of Guam’s authority to appoint and remove members of the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority Board of Trustees. The Attorney General found the P.L. 30-190 was contrary to the Organic Act of Guam and Bill 127-31 was introduced to remedy the conflict.
| 39|| Bill 118-31 (COR) |
Bill 118-31 creates a lifeguard volunteer corps under the leadership of the Department of Parks and Recreation. There are over 70 public beaches and pools under the jurisdiction of DPR and only 12 lifeguards that the agency can afford to employ. The Lifeguard Volunteer Corps will be used to supplement the lack of lifeguards in DPR’s water safety programs and activities to make them safer for the island community.
| 40|| Bill 104-31 (COR) |
Bill 104-31 lays out the law for a person(s) who has been determined mentally ill by a qualified mental health professional or a court ordered judgment. It proclaims all legal rights that an individual who has been determined as mentally ill has going forward for treatment.