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The Delegate from Guam to the United States House of Representatives, serving since 2003.
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ENG: Madeleine Mary Zeien Bordallo (born May 31, 1933) is the Delegate from Guam to the United States House of Representatives. She was the first woman ever to serve as Guam's Delegate, Guam's first female Lieutenant Governor (served 1995-2002), Guam's first female candidate for Governor (1990 election), and the first Democratic woman elected to the Legislature of Guam. Her 1990 campaign also made her the first non-Chamorro gubernatorial candidate in Guam. As the wife of Ricky Bordallo, she was also the First Lady of Guam from 1975–1978 and 1983-1986. Biography Madeleine Mary Zeien was born in Graceville, Minnesota to a military family and grew up on Guam after her father was stationed there. She attended St. Mary’s College in Notre Dame, Indiana and the College of St. ...
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Guam Waterworks Authority Rec. $12,701,302 in Fed.Assistance


Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo and Governor Eddie Baza Calvo today announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) has awarded the Guam Waterworks Authority (GWA) $12,701,302 in Federal grant assistance. U.S. EPA awarded GWA $11,151,302 in technical assistance to support the development of institutional capacity for Capital Improvement Projects. The funding will assist GWA to implement projects from a list of priorities to be approved by the Guam Environmental Protection Agency to address human health and the environment. The projects will focus specifically on ...


Bordallo Crossing Fingers For Guam Buildup


The Guam Delegate to Congress Madeleine Bordallo is keeping her fingers crossed that there won't be any deep cuts to funding the Guam military buildup. The congresswoman was reacting to Senator Harry Reids decision to place the defense authorization bill that cuts Guam buildup funding on the session floor for a vote. Bordallo notes that although Reid has conceded to GOP demands, the defense authorization bill must still be voted on and even if it is passed by the senate it still must be reconciled with the house version of the defense spending bill. The house's version does not cut funding to ...


Bordallo: Guam Business Could Benefit from U.S. Trade


Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo believes that Guam could benefit from the free trade agreement with Korea that Congress approved Wednesday night in Washington. In a release, the Congresswoman says that the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (KORUS FTA) is the most commercially significant free trade agreement since the ratification of the North American Free Trade Agreement and it is the first FTA with a North Asian partner. Under the agreement, nearly 95 percent of bilateral trade in industrial and consumer products would become duty free within 3 years, and most remaining tariffs would be ...


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House Passes FY18 Defense Bill
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo today announced that the U.S. House of Representatives has passed H.R. 2810, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018 by a vote of 344 yeas to 81 noes. H.R. 2810 authorizes $621.5 billion for national defense programs as well as an additional $74.6 billion for overseas contingency operations. It will be reconciled with the Senate version of the FY18 NDAA later this year. H.R. 2810 authorizes $9.7 billion for military construction, including $354.654 million for Guam that authorizes the full appropriations passed by the House Appropriations Committee earlier this month.  Military constructions projects continue the ongoing progress on the Marine realignment as well as current operations which include the hardening of select military facilities. (See the full table below) The House of Representatives also maintained provisions included by Congresswoman Bordallo during the House Armed Services Committee
Statement on Nomination of Doug Domenech for Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo today issued the following statement on President Trump’s nomination of Doug Domenech to serve as the Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas. “I welcome the nomination of Doug Domenech to serve as the next Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Insular Areas. Mr. Domenech served as the Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Insular Areas during the Bush Administration, and during this time, he visited Guam and saw firsthand the issues facing our people. I hope that if he is confirmed, he will work with me and the other representatives of the territories to resolve some of our longstanding issues such as Compact impact, climate change, and preservation of our culture and natural resources. I also hope that he will work diligently with his federal agency counterparts to bring this new Administration’s attention to the specific needs in the territories. I encourage the Senate to quickly consider his nomination.
Readiness Subcommittee’s FY18 NDAA Mark Includes Bordallo Provisions
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo today announced that the House Armed Services Committee’s Subcommittee on Readiness has marked up and reported to the full Committee the Readiness portion of the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018. The Readiness mark includes Guam-specific provisions sponsored by Congresswoman Bordallo, who is the Ranking Member of the Subcommittee. Congresswoman Bordallo included a provision that directs the Secretary of the Navy to convey the land, facilities, and equipment at the Former Ship Repair Facility to the Guam Economic Development Authority for the use of ship repair and other military maintenance purposes, at no cost to the Government of Guam. Congresswoman Bordallo has been a strong proponent of increasing ship repair capabilities on Guam and expanding opportunities for these highly skilled jobs. She also included a provision that requires the Government Accountability Office to perform an independent review
Bordallo Addresses OIA Budget Cuts During Natural Resources Hearing
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Madeleine Z. Bordallo today questioned proposed cuts to the Office of Insular Affairs contained in the President’s Budget request during a hearing of the House Committee on Natural Resources. Congresswoman Bordallo expressed her concerns that the President’s Budget reduces technical assistance to the territories by $1 million and eliminates $3 million in discretionary Compact impact funding. She underscored that while these cuts may seem relatively small, they could have serious implications to organizations and the Government of Guam that rely on funding. Secretary Zinke understood Congresswoman Bordallo’s concerns and expressed his desire to working with her on issues important to Guam and other territories. He further expressed the Administration’s understanding of the important role Guam plays in the Asia-Pacific region. “I am very concerned by the proposed cuts to the Office of Insular Affairs contained in the President’s Budget.



 
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