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eridani Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-13-07 03:47 AM
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Write Gov. Freudenthal about H1b visas
Stop Governors' Request for More H-1Bs!

Gregoire, Schwarzenegger lead call for increased H-1Bs

Are you sick and tired of hearing elected officials calling for more increases in the H-1B visas? Now we have state governors stabbing IT workers in the back. ACT NOW to Stop H-1B Visa increases!

The Governors of Washington and California have spearheaded a call to Congress to increase the number of H-1B visas allowed per year. Along with Gregoire and Schwarzeneggar, eleven other governors signed the letter presented to the Democratic and Republican leaders of the House and Senate on September 11.

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These 13 governors all signed the letter:

Janet Napolitano, D-Arizona
Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-California
Bill Ritter, D-Colorado
Mitch Daniels, R-Indiana
Kathleen Sebelius, D-Kansas
Deval Patrick, D-Massachusetts
Tim Pawlenty, R-Minnesota
Jim Gibbons, R-Nevada
Eliot Spitzer, D-New York
Rick Perry, R-Texas
Chris Gregoire, D-Washington
Jim Doyle, D-Wisconsin
Dave Freudenthal, D-Wyoming

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I want to let you know I am vehemently opposed to any increase in H-1B visas. The fact that you, as my governor, signed on to a letter to increase H-1B visas is a slap in the face to all IT workers seeking jobs.

To claim there is a critical shortage of highly skilled professionals in math and science is a lie. This myth has long ago been debunked by a Duke University study at

I hope you will listen to voters who have to live with the consequences of jobs being given to H-1B visa workers rather than the corporations who want to give our jobs away.

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