Minimum wage study complete following veto of bill

 

HAGÅTÑA, Guam — The Minimum Wage Impact Study required by Public Law 32-229 conducted by Market Research & Development Inc. was received by the Guam Department of Labor on Jan. 27.

  “We fully recognize the community’s anticipation and importance of this study and will be carefully reviewing the study before releasing any formal comments from the department,” a release from DOL stated.

  According to Public Law 32-229, DOL is to transmit the study to the governor of Guam and the speaker of the Guam Legislature within 30 days of receiving it, though the . . .

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