| 1|| Public Law 31-231 |
An act to add a new Item (1) to Subsection (a) of §16301 of Article 3, Chapter 16, Title 3, Guam Code Annotated, relative to authorizing the Guam Election Commission to reconfigure the Primary Election Ballot to accommodate independent candidates. (Bill No. 488-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / R.J. Respicio / J.P. Guthertz, DPA, Passed: 7/9/12, Signed into Law: 7/10/12).
| 2|| Public Law 31-230 |
An act to rezone lot no. 5231-9-1 in the municipality of dededo from agricultural zone (a) to commercial zone (c). (SBill No. 175-31, Sponsor: Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. , Passed: 6/4/12, Signed into Law: 6/18/12
| 3|| Public Law 31-213 |
An act to amend §3227 and add a new §3227.1 of Article 2, Chapter 3 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, relative to establishing the Office of Vital Statistics Revolving Fund. (SBill No. 408-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / T.C. Ada / V. Anthony Ada, Passed: 4/27/12, Signed into Law: 5/10/12)
| 4|| Public Law 31-199 |
An act to add a new §3229 to Article 2, and a new subsection (a) to §3413 of Article 4, all of Chapter 3, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to providing for the regulated conduct of special tasting and sampling events at approved locations, when conducted by an off-sale licensee, for the sale of alcoholic beverages and distilled spirits. (Bill No. 328-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / T.C. Ada / F.F. Blas, Jr., Passed: 3/21/12, Signed into Law: 4/2/12)
| 5|| Public Law 31-176 |
An act to amend §3812 of Article 8, Chapter 3, and §2912.10 of Article 9, Chapter 2, all of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, relative to authorizing the community health centers of the Department of Public Health and Social Services to obtain reimbursement for services rendered to medically indigent program patients. (Bill No. 292-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / T.C. Ada / V. Anthony Ada, Passed: 1/20/12, Signed into Law: 2/3/12)
| 6|| Public Law 31-155 |
An act to add a new Chapter 4A to Division 1 of Title 19, Guam Code Annotated, relative to requiring parental consent for the conduct of an abortion upon a minor. (Bill No. 323-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / T.C. Ada / V. Anthony Ada, Passed: 12/22/11, Signed into Law: 12/29/11)
| 7|| Public Law 31-146 |
An act to amend Chapter 84 of Division 4, Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, relative to the establishment, promotion, and maintenance of a comprehensive Guam Emergency Medical and Ambulance Services System. (SBill No. 339-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / M. Silva Taijeron / A.B. Palacios, Sr., Passed: 11/8/11, Signed into Law: 11/17/11)
| 8|| Public Law 31-141 |
An act to add a new §22420.1 to Article 4, Chapter 22 of Title 5, Guam Code Anntoated; and a new §23109 to Chapter 23, Part 1 of Division 2, Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, relative to mandating that healthy foods be sold in vending machines at all Government of Guam buildings. (Bill No. 285-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez, Jr. / T.C. Ada / V.A. Ada, Passed: 11/8/11, Signed into Law: 11/17/11)
| 9|| Public Law 31-127 |
An act to add a new Item (37) to Subsection (k) of §26203 of Chapter 26, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to providing business privilege tax exemptions for child care centers and group child care homes, to promote early childhood learning and development opportunities for modern child care facilities. (Bill No. 141-31, Sponsor: D.G. Rodriguez,Jr. / A.A. Yamashita, Ph.D. / J.T. Won Pat, Ed.D. Passed: 11/8/11, Signed into Law: 11/14/11)
| 10|| Public Law 31-123 |
Public Law 31-123 simplifies 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.
| 11|| Public Law 31-103 |
Public Law 31-103 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.)
| 12|| Public Law 31-102 |
Public Law 31-102 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.
| 13|| Public Law 31-86 |
Public Law 31-86 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.
| 14|| Public Law 31-75 |
Public Law 31-75 is 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.
| 15|| Public Law 31-73 |
Public Law 31-73 is an act to establish the administrative rules and regulations of the Department of Public Health & Social Services for child care centers and group child care homes to replace the current rules that have not been amended since 1978. The bill is intended to keep the rules and regulations for child care centers consistent with the needs of the community and to promote the health and welfare of the children of Guam.
| 16|| Public Law 31-41 |
Public Law 31-44 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.
| 17|| Public Law 31-39 |
Public Law 31-39 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.
| 18|| Public Law 31-24 |
Public Law 31-24 is an act to allow policymakers to participate in government of Guam healthcare insurance negotiating team. The bill seeks to include at least two members of the Guam Legislature to help the government enter into insurance policies that are good and affordable for the taxpayers of Guam.
| 19|| Public Law 31-14 |
Public Law 31-14 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.
| 20|| Public Law 31-2 |
Public Law 31-2 is an act to authorize the Guam Memorial Hospital Authority to solicit and contract for food vendors within the hospital. The bill is intended to insure and facilitate the availability of food services to hospital staff and visitors.