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Guam Constitution

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Guam, an unincorporated United States territory, has not yet adopted a constitution. It was designated an unincorporated U.S. Territory by the "Guam Organic Act of 1950."[1] The act serves as the governing document for Guam. It was approved the U.S. Congress and approved by the president on Aug. 1, 1950.[2]

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