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Guam Court Says It |Can’t Invalidate Election

HAGATNA, Guam (CN) - The Guam Supreme Court threw out a request to invalidate the passage of a law that legalized slot gambling at Guam Greyhound Racing Park. Though the Guam Election Commission prepared a biased analysis, the court said it cannot nullify the election based on claims that the ballot pamphlet "embraced unrelated subjects" and had a misleading title. See ruling.

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