Several lawmakers in Grand Bassa have begun touring their various districts in the county as part of their constituency break.
Delegates at the 10th edition of the Grand Bassa Council Sitting have allocated over US$800,000 to a range of development projects to be done under fiscal year 2018/2019.
Over 70,000 signatures supporting the passage of the Land Rights Act have been presented to the National Legislature by a group of civil society organizations.
The National Elections Commission has begun a hearing into a complaint filed by Rep. Byron Browne of Grand Bassa’s fourth electoral district over concerns that there were electoral irregularities or frauds during the October 10 elections at five centers in his district.
Liberty Party’s Charles Walker Brumskine has promised to cut government officials’ salaries, including that of legislators; however, he may face opposition from incoming lawmakers, including those members of his own party.