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Default STEM Bill already passed in the House??

As per Oh Law website. US House passed this bill which has STEM provisions.....

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06/03/2010: House Passed on 05/28/2010 a Bill H.R. 5116 Which Includes U.S. STEM Advance Degree Immigration Recommendation

* Last Friday, the House passed a bill "The America Competes Reauthorization Act of 2010." This bill included an immigration provision which was sponsored by Re. Jeff Flake of Arizona by H.Amdt. 650 79. This provision recommending retaining of graduate-level talent trained at American universities in STEM fields for enhancing the competitiveness of American businesses. This legislation received a strong bi-partisan support. Please stay tuned to this website for further information and development of this legislative bill in the Senate. The Senate is current on recess and will return on June 7, 2010, Monday. There is no information available about the Senate schedule to take up this bill, but considering a strong bi-partisan concensues on this legilation, it may not take too long before the Senate acts on this bill.
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As per Oh Law website. US House passed this bill which has STEM provisions.....

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I think It states that the Bill "Recommends retaining STEM Degree Holders" but not how to retain them ...Am i missing some thing...
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Default I think this is supposed to be a great news..am I wrong?

H.R. 5116: America COMPETES Reauthorization Act of 2010 (GovTrack.us)
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Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Can you please find out from Oh , when he thinks it will pass in the Senate and when it will come a law?
His words- ".. but considering a strong bi-partisan concensues on this legilation, it may not take too long before the Senate acts on this bill."

are vague and no information on timeline.
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Default Congressional Record - House H3447.pdf

Refer to the attached Congressional Record - House H3447.
Discussion on Ammendment No. 50 can be found in teh first column at the bottom.
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File Type: pdf Congressional Record - House H3447.pdf (39.0 KB, 90 views)
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Actual amendment that was proposed and approved:
GovTrack: H.Amdt. 650: An amendment numbered 50 printed in Part B of... to H.R. 5116: America COMPETES Reauthorization Act... (Vote On Amendment)

whopping number of representatives (D-251, R-168 ) approved this amendment...
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Default Hope Senate Acts quickly

This is very good news and is a very big steps towards easing legal immigrations ... any idea when the senate would vote on this
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I think It states that the Bill "Recommends retaining STEM Degree Holders" but not how to retain them ...Am i missing some thing...
Exactly, when I looked at the full bill text, I see nothing that says anything about immigrant related benefits for STEM graduates.

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I read the stuff and it no where says exactly how to retain STEM talent in US ? Any one has clues
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I read the stuff and it no where says exactly how to retain STEM talent in US ? Any one has clues
Exactly, I had the same question in my mind....How are they going to retain them of course we know the obvious answer but then that should be written somewhere.
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Get the STEM guys and put them in Gitmo to retain them ;-)
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Default Amendment text ?

Like Kate123 said, there is nothing in the actual bill about immigration. But, there is something in amendement H.amdt.650 of the HR 5116 bill, that says about retaining the graduate level talent in STEM.

If anyone find a full text of this amendement, can you please post it.
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Exactly, I had the same question in my mind....How are they going to retain them of course we know the obvious answer but then that should be written somewhere.
Mr. FLAKE. I thank the Chair. I believe this amendment is noncontroversial in nature. It merely adds sense of Congress language to the bill expressing that, ``retaining graduate-level talent trained at American universities in STEM fields is critical to enhancing the competitiveness of American businesses.''

According to the National Science Foundation, foreign students receive about half of all doctorates in engineering, mathematics, computer sciences, physics, and economics that are awarded in the United States. Unfortunately, growing backlogs in processing applications hamper the flexibility of U.S. employers to hire foreign-born talent with advanced degrees from American universities. These hurdles affect even doctoral graduates in STEM fields trained at U.S. universities, who either return home or seek employment in a country with a more welcoming immigration system. The loss of Ph.D. talent, trained at U.S. institutions and due to immigration redtape, to our competitors makes little sense, and it harms our economy.

Researchers at Duke University and the University of California-Berkeley found that from 1995 to 2005, more than a quarter of engineering and technology companies started in the U.S. had at least one foreign-born founder, and in 2006, these companies employed 450,000 workers and produced $52 billion in sales. This amendment is supported by COMPETE America, American Council on International Personnel, and TechAmerica.

I urge its adoption. This is important. We need to ensure that our economy is competitive moving forward, and we need to ensure that we have graduates in these STEM fields who can be here and lead these research efforts.

I reserve the balance of my time.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. I rise to claim time in opposition to the amendment, even though I am not opposed to the amendment.

The Acting CHAIR. Without objection, the gentleman is recognized for 5 minutes.

There was no objection.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. Madam Chair, I rise in strong support of this good bipartisan amendment by my friend from Arizona (Mr. Flake) and Mr. Quigley from Illinois.

This amendment recognizes the importance of attracting and retaining the best and brightest young scientists from around the world here to the United States. The ability of our Nation to innovate and to compete in a global economy is built on a foundation of basic research. Our universities' postdoctoral fellows, master's and Ph.D. students serve as the engine that drives our research enterprise. It is essential that we retain these STEM workers in the U.S.

I urge my colleagues to support this bipartisan amendment, which makes a bipartisan bill even better, and I think it's the reason, Madam Chair, that this bill has received so much support. Over 1,000 major organizations and companies have endorsed this bill. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers, the Information Technology Industry Council, the Business Roundtable, the Council on Competitiveness, the National Venture Capital Association TechAmerica, TechNet, Technology CEO Council, Telecommunications Industry Association, Energy Sciences Coalition, the Biotechnology Industry Association, on and on and on. So this is a good amendment to a good bill, and I urge its adoption.

Mr. FLAKE. I thank the gentleman, the chairman of the committee, for agreeing to accept his amendment and for his support of this initiative, and for the ability of our economy to keep those who will help lead them into the future and help ensure that jobs stay here as to the extent possible. I urge adoption of the amendment.

I yield back the balance of my time.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. I yield back the balance of my time.

The Acting CHAIR. The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Flake).

The question was taken; and the Acting Chair announced that the ayes appeared to have it.

Mr. FLAKE. Madam Chair, I demand a recorded vote.

The Acting CHAIR. Pursuant to clause 6 of rule XVIII, further proceedings on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona will be postponed.

AMENDMENT NO. 51 OFFERED BY MR. SALAZAR

The Acting CHAIR. It is now in order to consider amendment No. 51 printed in part B of House Report 111-479.

Mr. SALAZAR. Madam Chair, I rise today to offer an amendment to H.R. 5116.

The Acting CHAIR. The Clerk will designate the amendment.
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Mr. FLAKE. I thank the Chair. I believe this amendment is noncontroversial in nature. It merely adds sense of Congress language to the bill expressing that, ``retaining graduate-level talent trained at American universities in STEM fields is critical to enhancing the competitiveness of American businesses.''

According to the National Science Foundation, foreign students receive about half of all doctorates in engineering, mathematics, computer sciences, physics, and economics that are awarded in the United States. Unfortunately, growing backlogs in processing applications hamper the flexibility of U.S. employers to hire foreign-born talent with advanced degrees from American universities. These hurdles affect even doctoral graduates in STEM fields trained at U.S. universities, who either return home or seek employment in a country with a more welcoming immigration system. The loss of Ph.D. talent, trained at U.S. institutions and due to immigration redtape, to our competitors makes little sense, and it harms our economy.

Researchers at Duke University and the University of California-Berkeley found that from 1995 to 2005, more than a quarter of engineering and technology companies started in the U.S. had at least one foreign-born founder, and in 2006, these companies employed 450,000 workers and produced $52 billion in sales. This amendment is supported by COMPETE America, American Council on International Personnel, and TechAmerica.

I urge its adoption. This is important. We need to ensure that our economy is competitive moving forward, and we need to ensure that we have graduates in these STEM fields who can be here and lead these research efforts.

I reserve the balance of my time.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. I rise to claim time in opposition to the amendment, even though I am not opposed to the amendment.

The Acting CHAIR. Without objection, the gentleman is recognized for 5 minutes.

There was no objection.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. Madam Chair, I rise in strong support of this good bipartisan amendment by my friend from Arizona (Mr. Flake) and Mr. Quigley from Illinois.

This amendment recognizes the importance of attracting and retaining the best and brightest young scientists from around the world here to the United States. The ability of our Nation to innovate and to compete in a global economy is built on a foundation of basic research. Our universities' postdoctoral fellows, master's and Ph.D. students serve as the engine that drives our research enterprise. It is essential that we retain these STEM workers in the U.S.

I urge my colleagues to support this bipartisan amendment, which makes a bipartisan bill even better, and I think it's the reason, Madam Chair, that this bill has received so much support. Over 1,000 major organizations and companies have endorsed this bill. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the National Association of Manufacturers, the Information Technology Industry Council, the Business Roundtable, the Council on Competitiveness, the National Venture Capital Association TechAmerica, TechNet, Technology CEO Council, Telecommunications Industry Association, Energy Sciences Coalition, the Biotechnology Industry Association, on and on and on. So this is a good amendment to a good bill, and I urge its adoption.

Mr. FLAKE. I thank the gentleman, the chairman of the committee, for agreeing to accept his amendment and for his support of this initiative, and for the ability of our economy to keep those who will help lead them into the future and help ensure that jobs stay here as to the extent possible. I urge adoption of the amendment.

I yield back the balance of my time.

Mr. GORDON of Tennessee. I yield back the balance of my time.

The Acting CHAIR. The question is on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona (Mr. Flake).

The question was taken; and the Acting Chair announced that the ayes appeared to have it.

Mr. FLAKE. Madam Chair, I demand a recorded vote.

The Acting CHAIR. Pursuant to clause 6 of rule XVIII, further proceedings on the amendment offered by the gentleman from Arizona will be postponed.

AMENDMENT NO. 51 OFFERED BY MR. SALAZAR

The Acting CHAIR. It is now in order to consider amendment No. 51 printed in part B of House Report 111-479.

Mr. SALAZAR. Madam Chair, I rise today to offer an amendment to H.R. 5116.

The Acting CHAIR. The Clerk will designate the amendment.
This is all in the "discussion" attachment in a previous post by shantanup. Its not the actual text of the amendment.
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Cannot locate the text of the Amendment 650. Max I can get is this

H.AMDT.650 (A015)
Amends: H.R.5116
Sponsor: Rep Flake, Jeff [AZ-6] (offered 5/13/2010)

AMENDMENT PURPOSE:
An amendment numbered 50 printed in Part B of House Report 111-479 to express the sense of Congress that retaining graduate-level talent trained at American universities in STEM fields is critical to enhancing the competitiveness of American businesses.

STATUS:

5/13/2010 10:32am:
Amendment (A015) offered by Mr. Flake. (consideration: CR H3447, H3454; text: CR H3447)
5/13/2010 12:01pm:
On agreeing to the Flake amendment (A015) Agreed to by recorded vote: 419 - 0 (Roll no. 269).
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