McCain bill promotes technology education

November 1999
RCR;11/8/99, Vol. 18 Issue 45, p22
Trade Publication
Reports on Senator John MacCain's bill that would bolster United States high technology by lifting the cap on visas and awarding grants to students and older Americans to improve technology-related skills.


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