Re: National Sign-On Letter to House on H-1Bs, U.S. Immigration

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From: Richard Tax (
Date: Sun Jun 11 2000 - 11:36:12 PDT

We don't need data all you have to do is get the Press or a representative to get
a tour of a company in his or her district. Age discrimination is quite
apparent. If the "American Engineer" was the size of Spectrum or AOPA this could
probably be published without and repercussions. We could check on this from a
legal standpoint. Some one with a law background could check this out.
Remember, AEA is incorporated as a 501c6 I believe.
Richard wrote:

> Hey Joe:
> You know little about data on age discrimination and should not complain
> about lack of data, I have been trying to get age discrimination hard data
> for salmost thirty years and have only been successful once in 1991 from data
> specially compiled by the Engineering Workforce Committee for nyself. There
> is little data because to disclose the true activitities resulting in age
> discrimination is to open the employers up to massive age discrimination
> lawsuits. Simply put, employers lie or refuse to disclose data. You can't
> get honest data
> Robert Rivers

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