| 121|| Rodriguez introduces trio of bills to help GMH |
Rodriguez introduces trio of bills to help GMH ... arm of the government will be comfortable in moving forward," said Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr.
| 122|| Resolution for medical mission |
Senator Brant McCreadie and Healthcare Committee chair Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. presented a resolution to the delegation from the Guam Medical Association and island journalists who were part of the recent medical mission to the Philippines.
| 123|| 5K race to donate to victims of typhoon |
The office of Sen. Dennis Rodriguez Jr. will hold "Run for the Philippines" on Saturday.
| 124|| Run for the Philipines |
The office of Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. will be holding its 3rd annual 5K run/walk this Saturday, December 7, go time is at 6am.
| 125|| Senator Rodriguez Raises $20 Thousand for Philippines Typhoon Relief |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. announced late today that he has raised $20,000 for Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts.
| 126|| MCG & DPW Support Amendment to Improve Flood Control Efforts |
Public Law 32-53 was authored by Senators Tina Muna Barnes and Dennis Rodriguez Jr. and passed by Governor Eddie Calvo in July. It allocates $3.9 million from the Territorial Highway Fund so DPW can work on flood mitigation projects.
| 127|| Rodriguez suggests state of emergency for Sanchez High |
Following last week's "Walk in the Shoes of A Shark" challenge, Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. has written to Governor Calvo.
| 128|| Rodriguez Proposes Giving Tax Credit to Shipping Companies |
Rodriguez Proposes Giving Tax Credit to Shipping Companies.
| 129|| Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Health Fair is back! |
While the Guam Economic Development Authority did not discuss Bill 167 during its board meeting today, it did discuss the qualifying certificate program - particularly working with Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. to revamp the QC law.
| 130|| Governor seeks senators' support for authority to help hospital |
Dennis Rodriguez Jr., D-Dededo, chairman of the legislative committee on health, local doctors, insurance company residents and economists,
| 131|| Donations needed for flooding victims |
Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. and Emelio Uy, Filipino Community of Guam board chairman, are asking the community to donate any amount for the flooding victims of ...
| 132|| Donate to victims of monsoon flooding |
Dennis Rodriguez Jr., D-Dededo, is working with Emelio Uy, Filipino Community of Guam board chairman. They're asking the community to donate any amount ..
| 133|| Rodriguez organizes PI flood relief |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. has launched relief efforts to collect monetary donations to help flood victims in the Philippines. Heavy rains have battered ...
| 134|| Businesses pay gambling tax |
Sen. Dennis Rodriguez, D-Dededo, said he's waiting for Aug. 20 to see concrete numbers of how much the tax on gaming machines brings in.
| 135|| Lack of funds for Cancer Center will be addressed |
Healthcare committee chair Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. tells KUAM he hopes to gather stakeholders in coming weeks to address the issue.
| 136|| Students will have access to TB Tests |
Following good news over the weekend, healthcare committee chair Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. can withdraw Bill 164 - an act he introduced last week with ...
| 137|| TB Tests To Arrive Soon |
Senator Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr., announced Sunday that 1,900 TB Skin Tests are due to arrive on island by this week, with 1,250 scheduled to arrive as early ...
| 138|| Rodriguez works to ensure law implemented smoothly |
Just as anticipation builds for the first deposit of funds to the Guam Memorial Hospital, its biggest supporter is working with all stakeholders to ensure it's all done properly.
| 139|| Young Fil-Ams join leadership program in PH |
But I never got an opportunity to visit the Philippines the way I did during this program," said Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. of Tamuning, Guam.
| 140|| Bill provides funds for flooding mitigation |
With rainy season upon us, Dededo Mayor Melissa Savares is grateful the legislation introduced by Senators Dennis Rodriguez Jr. and Tina Muna Barnes,