Eddie Calvo Newswire

Eddie Calvo Newswire

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  1. Educational campaign launching covering Guam's quest for self-determinationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | KUAM News

    ... on Decolonization voted not to move forward with a plebiscite in November as initially proposed by Governor Eddie Calvo in his State of the Island Address earlier this year. Senior advisor Torres however says a series of community conversations ...

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  2. Republicans confident in Decision 2016 victoryRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | KUAM News

    ... to fully support the republican party candidates for the various offices in the general election." Governor Eddie Calvo and Lieutenant Governor Ray Tenorio pledged they will also support every republican who gets through the primary election in ...

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  3. Tenorio looks at budget's overall impactRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KUAM News

    ... The substitute version, as part of Cruz's Cut, Cap and Balance Plan , cuts nearly $60 million from Governor Eddie Calvo's original proposal. His bill lowers the cap on the Government of Guam's debt ceiling and commits to a balanced budget based on ...

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  4. Congressional candidates discuss issues, visions at UOG forumRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | KUAM News

    ... government and bringing tangible results". As for Republican Candidate Margaret Metcalfe, she says as Governor Eddie Calvo's Washington D.C. Office Director, she's knocked on doors and pounded on desks in our Nation's Capital. "I have built ...

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  5. Governor Calvo: substitute budget bill is "stack of papers"Read the original story

    Wednesday Aug 17 | KUAM News

    While Governor Eddie Calvo and his fiscal team review Vice Speaker BJ Cruz' Substitute Bill 250 he's already found problems with it, "Thus far, there are several concerns that have been raised but the most glaring is the abdication of responsibility in the actual creation of the budget," a press release stated. Cruz, who chairs the Committee on Appropriations, call his substitute Bill 250 the "Cut, Cap and Balance Plan" that responsibly cuts $55 million in newly proposed spending without jeopardizing current operations.

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  6. Decolonization commission won't move ahead with plebisciteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | KUAM News

    The Commission on Decolonization officially voted to not move forward with the Governor Eddie Calvo's plans to hold a plebiscite in the November general election . It was earlier this year when the governor announced in his State of the Island Address to hold a referendum on Guam's political status.

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  7. Calvo signs papers to use bonds to help GMHRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | KUAM News

    Less than two weeks after its successful sale, Governor Eddie Calvo put pen to paper and made it official. Today he signed away the documents to close out the sale of government bonds that will help provide millions of cash for the Guam Memorial Hospital.

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  8. Fifth inmate commuted back to Chuuk for goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | KUAM News

    Denek Eugichi marks the fifth Compact of Free Association inmate whose sentence was commuted by Governor Eddie Calvo. He was serving a sentence for robbery at the Department of Corrections but was returned to Chuuk.

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  9. Some criminals actually volunteering to be commuted nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 16 | KUAM News

    He's already commuted the prison sentence of four individuals and sent them away never to return again. And Governor Eddie Calvo doesn't plan on stopping with more expected in the near future.

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  10. Metcalfe continues to pressure Camacho to debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 15 | KUAM News

    ... be the more informed choice with voters. Metcalfe is currently the Washington, DC office director for Governor Eddie Calvo. She says in her time, she's knocked on doors and pounded on tables in DC and wants to do more if elected. "So we've made ...

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  11. GMH working towards online paymentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | KUAM News

    Online payments may soon become a reality for patients at the Guam Memorial Hospital. According to hospital chief financial officer Benita Manglona, the contract to procure online services has been submitted and signed by Governor Eddie Calvo.

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  12. Southern plan task forces meets at AdelupRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 12 | KUAM News

    Months after it was signed into law, the newly-formed task force for the Southern Development Master Plan gathered for the first time for a briefing at Adelup. While it wasn't an official meeting, Governor Eddie Calvo called on members of the task force to discuss plans and funding moving forward.

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  13. USDA reviewing application for GMH delivery ward renovationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | KUAM News

    It's been three months since Governor Eddie Calvo signed Bill 289 into law, authorizing $9.2 million to finance renovations for the Labor and Delivery Ward at the Guam Memorial Hospital.

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  14. Hospital advisors shifting focus to aggregate healthcare systemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | KUAM News

    With a fully certified board of trustees ready to take the helm at the Guam Memorial Hospital, Governor Eddie Calvo announced the Hospital Management Advisory Team will be stepping back from hospital operations. "I'm not letting go, and with myself and Adelup and the HMAT team, now we can work on the healthcare system in its totality in Guam and how we can work collaboratively," Calvo told KUAM News.

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  15. Resolution calls out feds to step-up, deport all foreign criminalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | KUAM News

    ... eaties with foreign governments as well as local Guam laws. The resolution follows a recent decision by Governor Eddie Calvo to commute the sentences of four compact migrants convicted of crimes and to send them off-island.

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  16. Dededo mayoral candidates weigh-in on shipping criminals awayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 10 | KUAM News

    Within the last month, Governor Eddie Calvo has commuted the sentence of nearly a handful of Compact migrants convicted of crimes and sent them off-island.

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  17. Metcalfe questions Bordallo's plan for convicted migrantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 9 | KUAM News

    The head of the governor's Washington liaison office wants to know what Congresswoman Madeliene Bordallo is doing on the issue of convicted Compacts of Free Association migrants. Margaret Metcalfe says she supports Governor Eddie Calvo's recent push to commute the sentences and send the inmates home.

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  18. Convicted molester commuted back to ChuukRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 7 | KUAM News

    Convicted molester and burglar Reid Albert is sent on a one-way ticket to Chuuk Monday morning. Albert marks the fourth commuted prison sentence ordered by Governor Eddie Calvo on the condition he never return.

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  19. Underwood wants Republicans to un-endorse Donald TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | KUAM News

    Senator Nerissa Underwood is calling on Guam's Republican delegates, including Governor Eddie Calvo, to repudiate what she says are Donald Trump's divisive and disrespectful rhetoric and un-endorse his candidacy for president . Senator Underwood is referencing Trump's suggestion that the United States ban immigrants from countries including the Philippines, where she is originally from.

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  20. Record interest rates as GovGuam bonds refinancedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 5 | KUAM News

    ... or some of them that tried to hold this legislation back. We can't be our own worst enemy," explained Governor Eddie Calvo. In New York today the Guam Economic Development Authority successfully refinanced bonds to secure $45 million to fund the ...

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