no American citizens could be found to perform the work
the H1-B' s would be paid the same as an American would be for performing the same work.
Clearly Disney is not meeting EITHER of these requirements. Some one (or more) in HR needs to be investigated and fired ...
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"I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States ..."
Article II Section 5 of the Constitution (setting the presidents duties and responsibilities) has:
"... he shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed..."
Declaring "mass" prosecutorial discretion to decline to prosecute is NOT taking care that the laws be faithfully executed. He has deliberately failed to carry out his oath of office, and should be impeached.
In the United States, the Speech or Debate Clause of Article One of the United States Constitution provides that members of Congress shall be immune from arrest in going to and departing from sessions and while Congress is in session except for cases of "Treason, Felony, and Breach of the Peace."
The first two are somewhat self-explanatory; it has been suggested that the third is deliberately somewhat vague. The doctrine thus established is called congressional immunity; it arose out of the necessity to prevent a vengeful executive from arresting members of the legislature under a pretext to prevent them from taking actions that the executive might find to be displeasing. In recent years, this doctrine has been used to prevent members from being stopped and held for speeding on their way to sessions; this apparently is not a "breach of the peace", whereas perhaps another misdemeanor such as "drunk and disorderly" might be construed to be such.
Most states of the United States and most other English-speaking jurisdictions have extended this privilege to members of their legislatures on the theory outlined above."
Note the: "whereas perhaps another misdemeanor such as "drunk and disorderly" might be construed to be such".
Seems to me the Senator is on "shaky" standing ...
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