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  • Statehood with modifications

    Guam should be admitted as a state, but with modifications. The problem is Guam's population. With fewer than 200,00 people, it would lag behind the other fifty states. The territory as less than half of the number of inhabitants than the state with the fewest inhabitants, Wyoming which has about 500,000 people. So if admitted to the Union, Guam should be called a state, a star added to the USA flag, but instead of two Senators, there would only be one, and the number of Representatives should be commensurate to the size of the island's population. A second Senator would be added when the population of the island reaches 500,000 inhabitants.

  • Guam as the next state

    Guam should become a state. It would provide a strategic location for the United States. It historically has been an American possession for over 100 years. It has been in this awkward limbo of neither being independent, nor being a state. The Guamanian people would definitely benefit from becoming a state. They could join with the Northern Mariana Islands territory to become a Mariana island state.

  • Guam as the next state

    Guam should become a state. It would provide a strategic location for the United States. It historically has been an American possession for over 100 years. It has been in this awkward limbo of neither being independent, nor being a state. The Guamanian people would definitely benefit from becoming a state. They could join with the Northern Mariana Islands territory to become a Mariana island state.

  • Yes Guam should be a state

    Guam should become a state. It would provide a strategic location for the United States. It historically has been an American possession for over 100 years. It has been in this awkward limbo of neither being independent, nor being a state. The Guamanian people would definitely benefit from becoming a state. They could join with the Northern Mariana Islands territory to become a Mariana island state.

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