When President Trump signed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on Dec. 22, a “fiscal crisis” went into effect on Guam — and it has never been more felt than this past week as our government officials duke it out over what is the best solution to keep our government up and running. Loss of government revenue, in result of the tax cuts, comes out to an approximate $67 million that GovGuam will need to make up for between March and September this year. The impact to next fiscal year, fiscal 2019, is $66.1 million.
But what started . . .
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