The much-discussed Public Law 34-87, which when signed into law by Gov. Edward B. Calvo on March 16 imposed a 2% general sales tax on Guam beginning Oct. 1, is claimed by many to have been hastily decided on and not of sound reason.
Sen. Michael F.Q. San Nicolas’ Bill 262-34, which sets out to repeal and amend Public Law 34-87, gained public support by both the business and medical communities in two public hearings this month.
On May 2, Catherine Castro, president of the Guam Chamber of Commerce, sent out the organization’s . . .
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