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A Bill to End the Deportation of Green Card Holders

A Bill to End the Deportation of Green Card Holders

Our consolidated H-1B and skilled immigrants/green cards files are available. H-1B and green cards are different solvency mechanisms, but both cases have the same advantages and that advantage evidence has been consolidated in the H-1Bs files.  These advantages include — Artificial Intelligence (AI) dominance Economic growth (Fast/slow) Competitiveness Hegemony US-India relations Soft power Science diplomacy Health care Aging Innovation — General Innovation — Biotech 3D printing Technological leadership China threat

A Bill to Rejoin the Iran Nuclear deal

A Bill to Rejoin the Iran Nuclear deal

Annotated Iran Bibliography Investopedia (2019). A Dummies Guide to the Iran Nuclear Deal A historical accord, or a historical mistake? Depends on whom you ask, and what they had at stake. After months of preparation, two weeks of final intensive discussions in Vienna and with eight parties involved, the final result was an agreement with five annexes. The Iran Nuclear Deal made headlines across the globe as a landmark historical

A Bill to Pass the Too Big to Fail Act

A Bill to Pass the Too Big to Fail Act

Bernie Sanders Too Big to Fail Act (2019) The “Too Big to Fail, Too Big to Exist Act” is designed to break up financial institutions that are so big they create the risk of blowing up the American or global economy. The bill would:  Require the breakup of JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, and Morgan Stanley within one year of enactment.  Create a “Too

Bill to Rebuild Puerto Rico’s Electrical Grid

Bill to Rebuild Puerto Rico’s Electrical Grid

Senate Commerce Committee (2019). Rebuilding Puerto Rico’s Grid. Hurricanes Irma and Maria shattered Puerto Rico a year ago, leaving behind widespread destruction and a humanitarian crisis. In addition to the devastating human toll, the storms devastated the already crumbling infrastructure on the island, particularly the aged electrical power grid. Reliable electric power is foundational to a well-functioning society and to long-term economic growth. In most parts of the United States,

Pardon Non-Violent Drug Offenders

Pardon Non-Violent Drug Offenders

This bill focuses on whether or not nonviolent offenders should be pardoned. The file we currently have for this focuses on whether or not nonviolent offenders should be rehabilitated instead of punished. A lot of the evidence speaks to the importance of not pushing them and why it is bad to keep nonviolent offenders in jail. Drug criminalization increases non-drug crimes by diverting scarce police resources and hurting public trust

Aid to the Northern Triangle

Aid to the Northern Triangle

General The Hill US cutting aid to Honduras, El Salvador, Guatemala (2019) The United States will no longer provide foreign assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. A State Department spokesperson told The Hill in a statement Saturday that the agency was directed by President Trump to halt aid to the so-called Northern Triangle countries. “At the Secretary’s instruction, we are carrying out the President’s direction and ending FY 2017 and FY

US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA)

US Mexico Canada Agreement (USMCA)

From Wikipedia — The Agreement between the United States of America, the United Mexican States, and Canada[1] is a signed but not ratified free trade agreement between Canada, Mexico, and the United States. It is referred to differently by each signatory—in the United States, it is called the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement (USMCA); in Canada, it is officially known as the Canada–United States–Mexico Agreement (CUSMA) in English[2] (though generally referred to as “USMCA” in English-language Canadian media)[original research?] and the Accord Canada–États-Unis–Mexique (ACEUM) in French;[3] and in

Should affirmative action be banned in college admissions?

Should affirmative action be banned in college admissions?

Background The affirmative action debate in the US is a never ending one and the latest controversy surrounds a federal court case that challenges the use of affirmative action in admissions by Harvard. The Wall Street Journal explained the case in June of this year — A closely watched lawsuit accusing Harvard University of discriminating against Asian-American applicants is approaching a critical juncture, as court filings later this week are

The Affirmative Action Debate

The Affirmative Action Debate

Legal Background In 2003 (Grutter v. Bollinger, which clarified the Bakke decision (1978)), the Supreme Court ruled that an admissions preference system that uses numerical point systems quota systems to allocate admissions slots based on race is not permitted but that universities can take race into account during admissions in more subtle ways: Tamara Lewin and Richard Perez-Pena, June 30, 2015, Colleges Brace for Supreme Court Review of Race-Based Admissions,

Congress Tournament Coverage — ICDA #1

Congress Tournament Coverage — ICDA #1

*A Bill to Provide A Universal Basic Income (UBI) UBI proponents argue that welfare and other social programs should be replaced with a universal basic income that is provided to everyone., which is what this bill proposes. It is a controversial topic that has picked up a lot of steam lately, with many business leaders, such as Mark Zuckerberg, promoting it as a solution to rapid automation caused by things