Tobacco Laws

Tobacco Control Laws
Public Law 34-116 : An act making appropriations for the operations of the executive, legislative and judicial branches of the Government of Guam for Fiscal Year ending September 30, 2019, which includes the increase in tobacco tax.
Public Law 34-01 : “Youth Protection Act of 2017” increases the minimum age of legal access to tobacco products and e-cigarettes to 21.
PL32-160.pdf : Prohibits sale of e-cigarettes to minors.
PL 32-132.pdf : Establishes tax rate parity for tobacco products.
Public Law 31-102.pdf : Prohibits smoking in a motor vehicle when a child is present.
Public Law 30-163.pdf :Prohibits the importation and sale of ingestible tobacco film strips, ingestible tobacco sticks, tobacco hard candies, nicotine lollipops, nicotine lip balm and nicotine water.
Public Law 30-80.pdf : Increases tobacco taxes, the Healthy Futures Fund and creating a Guam Cancer Trust Fund.
Public Law 30-63.pdf : Prohibits smoking within 20 feet of an entrance or exit of a public place where smoking is prohibited.
Public Law 28-170.pdf : An act to repeal and re-enact Chapter 6 of Title 11 Guam Code Annotated, Relative To The Licensing Requirements for the Retail and Wholesale of Tobacco Products; To add a new Article 6 to Chapter 6 of Title 11 Guam Code Annotated, To Restrict Importation of Tobacco Products To Manufacturer's Representatives; And to Amend §26601(C) of Chapter 26 of Title 11, Guam Code Annotated, Relative To The Tobacco Tax.
Public Law 28-80.pdf : An act to amend §90100, §90103, §90105 and §90107 of Chapter 90, Division 4 of Title 10, Guam Code Annotated, Relative to the Regulation of Smoking Activities, to be known as the "Natasha Protection Act of 2005." (This law follows good tobacco control practice.)
Public Law 27-69.pdf : Appropriates money from the Youth Tobacco Education and Prevention Fund to DMHSA for youth compliance monitoring and tobacco and drug prevention and education programs.
Public Law 27-27.pdf : An act to enhance the development of recreation and sports in Guam by repealing and reenacting Sections 2,3,4 and 5 of Public Law 26-166 as §§77112.1(d), 77112.2, and 77112.3 of Title 21 of the Guam Code Annotated, Relative to the Lease of the Paseo Stadium By the Guam Baseball Federation, A non-profit organization; By amending §2111 of Title 4, Guam Code Annotated, Relative to the issuance of court clearances and police reports for volunteers of Youth Recreational Organizations; and by adding a new §15201.2 to Title 22 of the Guam Code Annotated, relative to the procurement of accident and liability insurance by youth recreational organizations.
Public Law 27-05.pdf : Amends and increases tobacco tax rates effective May 1, 2003. (This law follows good tobacco control practice.)
Public Law 26-166.pdf : Authorizes tax credits against excise taxes, including tobacco and alcohol taxes, to individuals and businesses that contribute to the upgrading, repair and maintenance of the Paseo Stadium and ancillary facilities. (This law runs COUNTER to good tobacco control practice.)
Public Law 26-68.pdf : An act to appropriate funds from the Series 2001A subaccount of the Youth Tobacco Educational Fund to the Department of Mental Health & Substance Abuse for the purpose of Youth Compliance Monitoring and Tobacco and Drug Prevention and Education Programs Pursuant to P.L. 25-187.
Public Law 26-07.pdf : Adopts a model statue under the Master Settlement Agreement.
Public Law 26-04.pdf : An act to add chapter 80 to Title 12 of the Guam Code Annotated, relative to authorizing GEDA to issue Tobacco Settlement Revenue Bonds, to sell and assign to GEDA the Government's settlement payments for the purpose of securing and paying such bonds, and to approve the issuance of said bonds.
Public Law 26-03.pdf : Repeals and amends existing laws relative to adopting a model statute under the master settlement agreement.
Public Law 25-187.pdf : Establishes the Healthcare Security Fund.
Public Law 25-150.pdf : Rehabilitates the Guam memorial Hospital and creates a reserve fund to receive the tobacco settlement monies.
Public Law 25-104.pdf : Equalizes the tobacco tax on cigars to a level comparable to other forms of tobacco.
Public Law 24-278.pdf: Requires sellers of tobacco products to obtain a tobacco license and enforces the prohibition of sales of tobacco products to minors.
Public Law 24-174.pdf : Establishes the Health and Human Services Fund and sets guidelines for deposit of settlement money.
Public Law 22-90.pdf : Prohibits smoking on airline flights.
Public Law 21-139.pdf : Regulates smoking within public places and places of employment.
Public Law 21-25.pdf : Prohibits the sale of tobacco to minors.
University Of Guam Tobacco Free Policy :  Total ban on sales, smoking and the distribution and use of tobacco and tobacco-based products on the campus.
Government of Guam’s Executive Order 2007-18.pdf – Establishes a Tobacco Free Workplace environment department policy for the Executive Branch of the Government of Guam.