May 13, 2013
by The Hill

Trade associations and local business groups that represent top American tech companies proposed a set of changes to the temporary worker visa measures in the Gang of Eight's immigration bill on Monday.

More than 50 influential national and local business groups, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and Internet Association, outlined their proposed "improvements" to the bill in a letter sent to Senate Judiciary panel members on Monday.

The letter comes a day before the committee is set to consider a slate of amendments to the section of the Gang of Eight bill that would modify the immigration rules for highly-skilled and educated foreign workers. 
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