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New Jersey State Senator Shirley Turner drafted a bill last year to ensure that New Jersey state government funds employ only U.S. workers, rather than workers based in India or other countries. The bill was sparked by a contract a Glendale, Wis., firm has with the State of New Jersey to administer a program of electronic benef......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Jennifer Braico 08/05/03


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