Another story we failed to note was last week piece in The Wall Street Journal about an obscure case involving Dick Cheney during the disputed 2000 election which offers a rare glimpse into a Constitutional battle that Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers took on. What makes the piece interesting given the uproar about her expertise in Constitutional law is that it shows she won the case by arguing for a and inclusive reading of the Constitution, style of legal interpretation more commonly associated with liberal leaning judges than conservatives. Now ain that a kick in the head?.
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Canadian employers temporarily admit foreign workers into the country to complete jobs that are undesirable to Canadians due to poor wages or working conditions. Four problems of the program have been identified as the following: (1) the employment contract; (2) provincial standards; (3) recruitment agencies; and (4) the lack of union representation. This paper proposes that the current Temporary Foreign Worker Program has reduced the human rights of all immigrants due to the nature of the visa requirements and the types of industries that predominantly house these workers.