H.R. 1595 passes House with two-thirds majority

WASHINGTON D.C. "" The Guam World War II Loyalty Recognition Act or H.R. 1595 introduced by Madeleine Z. Bordallo on March 20 passed the House of Representatives in a recorded vote of 288 to 133 on May 8. Under the procedure called "suspension of the rules" a two-thirds majority was required for the bill to pass. In a press release that same day Bordallo said "It has been a good day for Guam." . . .

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