Articles by Author: lvanderwoude
Medicare Turns Fifty On July 30, 2015
On July 30, 1965, President Lyndon Johnson Signed Into Law Medicare, Which Provides Low-Cost Hospitalization And Medical Insurance For The Nation's Elderly.
July 3, 2015 - Fast Track Signed Into Law
President Obama On Monday Signed Fast Track Legislation Into Law. See How Your Senators Voted On Fast Track.
California's Effort To Build An H-1B Firewall By Patrick Thibodeau
Lawmakers Are Considering A Bill That Would Make It Difficult For State-Regulated Utilities To Replace U.S. Workers With H-1B workers.
California Legislature Discovers H-1B - July 3, 2015 Matloff
The Bill, Authored By Hernandez, Would Do Nothing To Prevent SCE From Hiring Its Own H-1Bs.
Primer For Reporters Looking Into The H-1B Program By: John Miano July 1, 2015
After decades of neglect, I am happily surprised that Southern California Edison and Disney have drawn new attention to the H-1B program.
John Miano Suggests That Journalists Open Their Eyes July 2, 2015 matloff
John details how destructive the current four-tiered system for H-1B wage floors is used as a core mechanism enabling firms to employ H-1Bs instead of Americans.
Laura Unger. Assistant To Vice President CWA T&T Will Retire July 10, 2015
Now That The Contract Has Been Ratified, I Want To Let You Know That My Last Day In The T&T Office Will Be July 10th. I Leave You With This Wish Thanks To Bob Dylan!
Rubio Ducks Disney Question, Then Calls For Reform June 30, 2015 matloff
Rubio Opposes Requiring Employers In General To Certify That No Qualified Americans Are Available For The Jobs They Wish To Fill With H-1Bs.
June 26, 2015 CWA/AT&T - Legacy T and Puerto Rico Contracts Ratified By A Large Margin
The Tentative Agreement Between CWA and AT&T Corp. (Legacy T) Has Been Ratified By a 77% “Yes” Vote. AT&T Puerto Rico Was Also Ratified
CWA/AT&T Contract Midwest Ratification Results June 26, 2015
AT&T Midwest Core and Global COS Voted In Favor of Ratifying The Tentative Agreements Reached on May 13, 2015 With AT$T. It Was A Close Vote 51.6% Yes, 48.4% No, with 56.8% Return