Guam Legislature

Public Laws Relevant to COVID-19

Bills Introduced Relative to COVID-19

  • Bill No. 329-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new § 26203(k)(38) to Chapter 26 of Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to promoting the safe and efficient delivery of healthcare services during public health emergencies by exempting telehealth and telemonitoring equipment from the business privilege tax law.

  • Bill No. 328-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new § 4131 to Chapter 4, Title 4, Guam Code Annotated, relative to authorizing administrative leave for first responders affected by disease outbreak.

  • ​Bill No. 327-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend Section 3 of Chapter 1 of Public Law 35-36, relative to authorizing the governor to use funds received as reimbursement for the payment of war claims pursuant to Public Law 35-61 and any available resource for the purposes of quickly paying income tax refunds.

  • Bill No. 326-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new Section 32120.1 Division 2 Chapter 32 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, and add a new Section 63507 Article 5 Chapter 63 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, relative to specifying hazard pay recipients in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • ​Bill No. 325-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new Chapter 29, to Division 2 of Title 22, Guam Code Annotated, relative to requiring insurance companies to cover telehealth and telemedicine services during public health emergencies.

  • ​Bill No. 324-35 (COR) 

    • An act to suspend the two percent (2%) general fund deposit requirement as mandated by § 22904, Article 9, Chapter 22 of Title 5 Guam Code Annotated for fiscal year 2020.

  • ​Bill No. 323-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend § 26203.2 of Article 2, Chapter 26, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to providing limited exemptions to small businesses under the “Dave Santos Small Business Enhancement Act” to mitigate impacts resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • ​Bill No. 322-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend § 50102 and § 50105 of Chapter 50, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, relative to authorizing I Maga'hagan Guåhan to issue direct payments to assist families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • ​Bill No. 321-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new §21121 to Title 21, Guam Code Annotated, relative to protecting tenants from eviction during emergencies and public health emergencies.

  • ​Bill No. 320-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend § 19.20 of Chapter 19, Title 9, Guam Code Annotated, relative to strengthening penalties for persons convicted of assaulting healthcare providers.

  • ​Bill No. 319-35 (COR) 

    • An act to add a new § 26202.2 to Article 2 of Chapter 26, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated; to add a new § 26203(k)(38) and a new § 26203(k)(39) to Chapter 26, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated; to add a new § 28106(i) and a new § 28106(j) to Chapter 26, Title 11, Guam Code Annotated; to create the income tax refund deposit fund and making appropriations thereto; to authorize temporary reductions in the Levelized Energy Adjustment Clause (LEAC) rates; and, to provide additional support to the Marianas Regional Fusion Center; all relative to providing immediate economic relief to families and businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Bill No. 318-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend Chapter 26 of Title 11, Guam Code Annotated relative to the temporary reduction of the liquid fuel tax.

  • Bill No. 317-35 (COR) 

    • An act to amend §19605 of Title 10, Chapter 19, Guam Code Annotated relative to isolation and quarantine during a health emergency.

  • Bill No. 313-35 (LS) 

    • An act to add a new Article 4, to Division 1 Chapter 1 of Title 22, Guam Code Annotated, relative to establishing the Unemployment Benefits Act of 2020.

  • Bill No. 308-35 (LS) 

    • An act to add Article 14 to Chapter 1, Division 1, of Title 5, Guam Code Annotated, relative to creating an emergency pandemic fund and to establish the administrative parameters needed to expend on any emergencies derived in the event of an outbreak of a pandemic on Guam.

    • Passed on ______. Vetoed by Governor on _______. 

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