| 141|| Responsible Alcohol Sales Act receives support |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez's jr. Bill 118 otherwise known as the Responsible Alcohol Sales and Service act- not only requires training for bars and ...
| 142|| Bill 132 provides funding for GMHA |
Healthcare committee chair senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr is hoping the third time will be a charm. He along with senators Rory ...
| 143|| The Buzz TV: Senator Dennis Rodriguez, J |
Jess Lujan from Isla63-AM talks to community members.
| 144|| GovGuam to bail out hospital |
Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. is the lead sponsor of Bill 132. Sens. Aline Yamashita, Anthony Ada and Rory Respicio co-introduced the bill.
| 145|| Governor announces support for Bill 132 |
Another bill has been introduced to help the Guam Memorial Hospital. Governor Eddie Calvo held a press conference this afternoon announcing his full support of Bill 132.
| 146|| Bill uses annual leave to pay GMH debt |
A public hearing was held on three measures this afternoon including Senators Dennis Rodriguez Jr. and Michael Limtiaco's Bill 111 allowing GovGuam employees to use annual leave to pay debts to GMH.
| 147|| Cruz, Pangelinan Plan Proposing Alternative Funding Source for GMH, Now that Bill #20 Is Back in Committee |
Senator Rodriguez says he's not giving up on the bill and says he will push to put the bill back on the floor if he gets enough votes.
| 148|| All bets are off for Bill 20 |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. wasn't about to fold. "I rise in objection to that. We've had that discussion previously I don't understand why we're trying to suppress discussion," he said.
| 149|| Rodriguez meets with GEDA over Qualifying Certificates |
Following an oversight hearing on the qualifying certificate program two weeks ago, Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. has met with the Guam Economic Development Authority in putting together a working group to address the changes and improvements needed for the close to fifty-year program.
| 150|| The Legality of Gaming Devices is Fiercely Debated on Session Floor |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr.'s substitute bill 20 is contingent upon having licensed gaming devices.
| 151|| AG Rapadas & Senator Rodriguez at Odds Over Revenue Stream for Healthcare Trust Act |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. and Attorney General Lenny Rapadas are ... Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. has introduced a substitute version of Bill 20 ...
| 152|| Public hearing set for new Bill 20 |
A public hearing has been set for Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr.'s substituted version of Bill 20 otherwise known as the GMHA Healthcare Trust and Development Act of 2013. The bill would provide financial relief to the hospital and set up a foundation to get the hospital back into financial stability.
| 153|| Bill #81 Override Fails 8-7; Two Votes Short of 10 Needed |
Voting against the override attempt were Senators Tony Ada, Chris. Duenas, Mike Limtiaco, Brent McCreadie, Tommy Morrison, Dennis Rodriguez Jr., and Aline Yamashita.
| 154|| Senators introduce bill to allow GovGuam employees to use unused annual leave to pay hospital bills |
Under the plan put forth by Rodriguez and Limtiaco, government employees would have the ability to “spend” up to 240 hours, or 6 weeks, of paid leave time to satisfy past due bills at GMH.
| 155|| Oversight on GEDA QC program postponed |
Committee chair Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr. says following receipt of information on the program from the Guam Economic Development Authority, ...
| 156|| Sen. Rodriguez: No Choice But To Support $144 Million GMH Budget |
Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr is in full support of an enlarged budget request from the Guam Memorial Hospital—saying the government has no choice but ...
| 157|| Department of Mental Health changes name |
Mental Health and Substance Abuse has a new name with the signing of Bill 73, authored by Senator Dennis Rodriguez, Jr., into law late this afternoon.
| 158|| Governor Will Re-Nominate Taitano to GEDA; |
Taitano was short one vote for his confirmation but both the governor and Senator Dennis Rodriguez Jr. say he will have the votes for confirmation the ...
| 159|| Senator seeks leniency for young couples |
In the coming weeks, Sen. Dennis Rodriguez, D-Dededo, plans to introduce legislation that would prevent sexually active teens from being branded as rapists for the rest of their lives.
| 160|| Senator pushes for flood work to start earlier |
Dennis Rodriguez Jr., who has proposed redirecting $3.9 million in federal highway funding to target flooded areas. Recent heavy rains brought on by a ...