Even if it doesn't make headlines everyday, a wide variety of legislation is currently being considered by American policy makers.
Among the interesting bills being considered:
New York — Assembly Bill No. 11862 (introduced June 18, 2004). Limits state development assistance if net reduction in jobs in business due to relocating work out of state.
New Jersey — A.R. No. 184 (introduced June 3, 2004) motion to design a commission to examine the loss of state jobs through outsourcing and off-shoring.
delaware — Senate Bill No. 291 (introduced May 13, 2004). The bill "would require bidders for State work to fully disclose whether any of the work subject to bid is to be undertaken outside of the United States." Also, "In evaluating bids and determining the lowest responsive bidder pursuant to this section, the agency awarding the bid shall apply a fifteen percent (15%) price preference in favor of services that are to be performed within the United States."
No comments. Be the first.
Leave a comment