Todu Guam Senator Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr.

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.

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Toduguam.com is the official website of Senator Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr., member
I Mina’trentai Dos Na Liheslaturan Guåhan
, 33rd Guam Legislature.

CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE ON HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, HOMELAND SECURITY, AND SENIOR CITIZENS
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