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Library of Congress Link for this Bill including its current statusH.R. 5642 in the News
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New News and Blogs from the HR 5642 Summary Page for 5/1/2008


New News Stories from the HR 5642 Summary PageBill Would Double Cap on H-1B Visas [Added on 5/1/2008 4:40:50]Gates Beats Drum for H-1B Visas [Added on 5/1/2008 4:44:18]Q&A With Senator Barack Obama On Key Technology Issues [Added on 5/1/2008 4:46:59]H-1Bs: Still Not the Best and the Brightest [Added on 5/1/2008 12:38:31]Guess Who's Getting the Most Work Visas [Added on 5/1/2008 15:44:16]

New Entries on Other Blogs from the HR 5642 Summary Page
Government and Business Leaders Work 24/7 To Keep Americans Away From High Tech Jobs [Added on 5/1/2008 4:25:34] A View From the Subcontinent [Added on 5/1/2008 4:51:58]Development Design Group in Baltimore, MD, pays H-1b Architects $32,000 salary [Added on 5/1/2008 11:34:34]Let's end the H-1B best-and-brightest nonsense [Added on 5/1/2008 12:47:21]U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords targets U.S. tech workers for displacement [Added on 5/1/2008 12:56:47]H-1b Visas: Putting The Bite …

What are Bill Summary Pages?

The bill summary pages are a new project on Renaissance Adventures that utilizes Google Docs and the Google Visualization API. The summary pages provide readers interested in these bills with a links to government data, news stories, and blog entries related to the bills. And, readers can update the links themselves, so that everyone can benefit from the research of the entire readership!

To add a link to any section, simply use the form below each section:
Clicking 'Submit' will add a new page address and title to the database. Clicking 'View Updates' will update the table above with the link you just submitted.

Look for new features to be added soon like sorting by submission date and title. If you have any ideas, I'd love to hear them, please add them to the comments below. Better yet, if anyone would like to help develop this, it would be a fun open source project.

Keep checking back for updated information. Also, there will be an article or two in the near f…