In 2020, The Guam Women's Chamber of Commerce, Guam Chamber of Commerce, and the Guam Hotel & Restaurant Association supports Bill 384-35 to help restaurants and bars increase their revenues during the COVID-19 pandemic with the takeout sale of alcoholic beverages along with a food order from the establishment.
Link to Virtual Public Hearing with Senator Sabina Flores
In 2013, the Responsible Alcohol Server and Seller Act was introduced and GHRA met with the sponsor of the bill, stakeholders and the ABC License Board to make amendments. After several years and amendments, the bill was passed into law in 2015. The rules and regulations were never promulgated by the ABC License Board to make amendments, the bill was passed into 2015. The rules and regulations were never promulgated by the ABC License Board, which caused a delay in the implementation affecting the dates for training and expiration of existing cards. GHRA worked closely with the ABC License Board and Compliance division to ensure proper implementation by getting GHRA and its 40+ trainers to be approved trainers using TiPS on Guam.