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Guam Restores Public Sector Holiday

Source: Guam Legislative Secretary
Posted: Thursday, December 5, 2002
Most recent follow-up news item: December 17, 2013

In face of pressure from constituents, Guam lawmakers have voted to recall the recent bill reducing Guam annual public holidays from the session voting file to restore the "Our Lady of Camarin Day" public holiday.

Earlier this week (2002-12-03), a bill, sponsored by A. R. Unpingco, was passed, reducing the number of GovGuam (public sector) holidays, from 15 to 10, and canceling the every-four-year gubernatorial inauguration day public sector holiday.

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