The passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 is now behind us. Efforts to increase the cost of doing business on Guam while relying on this stimulus measure to offset adverse impacts to our economy must be challenged. We cannot ignore the fact that Guam received less than $4 million in cash from the stimulus package. We must also be cognizant of the fact that any collateral benefit to Guam that may occur from this measure depends on whether it ultimately accomplishes its intended purpose . . .
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