The government and industries of Guam and Northern Mariana Islands are trying hard to get a clear picture of what the near- and long-term futures hold, and that picture requires answers on the federal level that we’re not getting as urgently as we’d like. It’s at times like these — when growth and momentum are palpable, when we’ve researched and tabulated expenses that aren’t justly ours and when so many discussions have produced potential solutions that now just need action — that a crystal ball would come in handy to determine what we do next.  . . .
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