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April 26, 2006

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Linux Guru

The problem is that how they describe the H1B program is NOT how it actually works! 85% of all H1Bs earn less than $50K/year( some as low as $9/hour!) - only a small percentage like 10-15% are the high paid "rare workers" they refer to. The biggest users of H1B are Indian outsourcing companies. H1B is a cheap labor programs that speeds up the exportation of jobs and drives down the wages of native Americans. BTW, Andy Grove, Andy Bechtolsheim, Vinod Khosla and Sergey Brin - none of them were H1Bs - no H1B has ever created orginal art patents that founded a successful tech company!

Paco

A few as I sit at the kiosk in Coffs Harbour Palms shopping ctnere:1. Improved and more secure income support,and less demonisation and bureaucratic harassment, for the unemployed and sole parents.2. More support for young people transitioning from care.3. Suicide prevention.4. Removing unjustifiable exemptions from anti-discrimination laws.5. Subjecting all contractors for outsourced government service delivery to the same public policy requirementsand scrutiny as government agencies were/would be subject to (and returning these functions to government agencies if contractors are unable/unwilling to comply).6. More funding for higher education.7. World's best practice (i.e.Scandinavian) policy on parental leave for both parents.8. Regulating political advertising so as to eliminate the present advantages enjoyed by the top end of town vis-a-vis less cashed-up stakeholders.That'll do for one morning.

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