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The New York Times
The odds of high-skilled immigration reform passing without comprehensive reform is close to zero, and the odds of comprehensive passing without high-skilled passing is close to zero.
Forbes
Forbes confirms that overall, U.S. broadband is remarkably robust and vibrant, as ITIF's recent report confirms.
The New York Times
Opinion Columnist David Brooks cites "Innovation Economics" in his piece on U.S. investment.
The Christian Science Monitor
ITIF suggest the government could hold a certain number of visas constant every year in each profession and allow companies to bid for visas beyond the regular allotment.
The San Francisco Chronicle
“It’s an assertion of leadership on the postmaster general’s part: ‘We’ve got to do this or we risk destroying the enterprise,’” said Rob Atkinson, president of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.

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DC Inno
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E Commerce Times
These new rules seem like a big land grab for the FCC, without any real clarity for the people building out broadband networks, says Doug Brake.
Government Technology
We need flexible, balanced guidelines that allow good traffic differentiation and prevent practices that are anti-competitive or otherwise legitimately harm the open Internet,” says Doug Brake.
High Planes Journal
The U.S. Trade Representative should initiate conversations in Geneva with China about the unacceptable deviations between their agricultural practices and their treaty obligations, says Val Giddings.