Computerworld -- Patrick Thibodeau
Since 2005, U.S. Rep. Bill Pascrell (D-N.J.) has been introducing H-1B reform legislation in the House and getting nowhere. But with the bill he introduced today, he might have struck gold.
Pascrell calls his bill bipartisan, but that doesn't quite do it justice. The co-sponsors of this bill, called the H-1B and L-1 Visa Reform Act of 2017, are about as far apart politically as you can get.
The fourth name on the bill is U.S. Rep. Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), a dentist, who was part of the 2010 Tea Party wave. His immigration views include support for ending sanctuary cities, and expanding the fence that covers the southern border.
Gosar and Brat both have an A+ ratings from NumbersUSA, a group that advocates for lower immigration levels.
Pascrell, who supported President Obama's comprehensive immigration reform efforts, gets an F- from NumbersUSA. Khanna hasn't been in Congress long enough to get a score by the group.
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Updated: Wed, Sep 6th 2017 @ 2:45pm EDT