House passes fiscal 2019 NDAA
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House Armed Services Committee passed the fiscal 2019 National Defense Authorization Act on May 10, according to a release from the office of Madeleine Z. Bordallo, Guam’s delegate to Congress.
The 2019 NDAA authorizes more than $377.2 million of military construction for Guam and retains provisions sponsored by Bordallo that extend Guam’s exemption from national H-2B visa caps through fiscal 2020. Other Bordallo-sponsored provisions retained in the NDAA include the Navy’s “net-negative” commitment to hold . . .
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