Congress (NSDA 2024): A Bill to Admit Guam as the 51st State

The question of whether to admit Guam as the 51st U.S. state is a complex and multifaceted issue with significant implications for Guam's people, economy, political status, and relationship with the United States. As an unincorporated U.S. territory, Guam has been under U.S. administration since 1898 but its people do not have full voting rights or equal representation in the federal government. Guam's strategic location in the western Pacific has made it a crucial U.S. military hub, with the U.S. […]

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