Political Signs Now Prohibited on Public Property

Nov.15.2017



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

November 15, 2017

 

Political Signs Now Prohibited on Public Property

 

Senator Tommy Morrison issues the following statement regarding the enactment of Bill 138-34 (COR). The measure is now P.L. 34-67.

 

“Last month, seven democrats and four republicans joined me in passing Bill 138 which bans political signs on public property. We agreed that excessive and poorly maintained signs are dangerous – and that elections should be a competition of solutions to various issues, not a contest focused on the size and quantity of signs.

 

With P.L. 34-67, this government is prioritizing the safety of our people and Guam’s fragile tourism industry – before politics. Regardless of our future political plans, I, along with Speaker Cruz and Senators Tom Ada, Mary Camacho Torres, Frank Aguon, Jr., James Espaldon, Fernando Esteves, Louise Muna, Telena Nelson, Dennis Rodriguez, Jr., Joe San Agustin, and Michael San Nicolas, understand that addressing sign violations across our island begins with us and our respective campaigns.”

 

For additional information regarding this press release, please contact Senator Morrison’s office at 478-8669 or send an e-mail to tommy@senatormorrison.com.

 

Attachment:          P.L. 34-67

 

 

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