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Trump's 'hire American' order aims to reshape skilled-worker visa program
Los Angeles Times
Immigrants account for a disproportionately large share of start-ups and patents in the U.S. Yale-Loehr said that for every H-1B position requested, U.S. tech companies increase their employment by five workers ? similar to a claim made a few years ...
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Margaret Hostetter: Sick children need advocates
Cincinnati.com
She came to Cincinnati in 2010 from Yale University, where she was chief of immunology and director of the Yale Child Research Center. She also served as the ... She holds six patents for inventions related to infectious diseases. In 1993, she was ...



The History Behind President Trump's Problem With the Ninth Circuit Court
TIME
As the Supreme Court took on fewer cases, the Circuit Courts of Appeals became the final courts for the resolution of many important questions, explains John Witt, a professor at Yale Law School. In the 1970s ? as the civil-rights and environmental ...
Exclusive interview: Trump 'absolutely' looking at breaking up 9th CircuitWashington Examiner
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "First the Ninth Circuit rules against the ban & now it hits again on sanctuary cities ...Twitter
Donald J. Trump on Twitter: "...the Ninth Circuit, which has a terrible record of being overturned (close to 80 ...Twitter

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The Next Gluten
The Atlantic
Yet the author, Steven Gundry, appears to be legitimately medically credentialed: a grey-haired, arms-folded, white-coat transplant surgeon whose biography touts a Yale degree. He holds patents on several medical devices, including cardiac cannulae and ...





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