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Poll on State of Georgia Outsourcing
jobs to India
In a previous article, Your Tax Dollars At Work...Offshore, the use of your tax
dollars to send jobs to India and Mexico was documented. In addition the
future plans for some of these jobs to be sent to China was exposed. We
believe that this in an abuse of both the citizens of Georgia and
especially their tax dollars.
Senate Bill SB-12 was introduced in the 2005 Session to prohibit
future State of Georgia tax payer dollars from being used to send jobs to
foreign countries in call-centers. Current contracts would not be affected
so this only prevents future abuse of your tax dollars. Senate bill SB-12
was held hostage in the Senate Committee and was not even brought up for
hearings. For more information on SB-12, click here.
This poll is on the subject of
"Should Senate Bill 12 be
debated and given a FAIR Vote?"
We believe that this issue concerns many Georgians and
the Republican controlled committee should not "hold
the bill hostage" but should hold hearing and report the bill out
of committee so that it can be debated and voted on!
We believe that this issue shows a major disconnect between the
will of the People and the actions of our elected and appointed officials.
There can be no reasonable doubt that the majority of the citizens of
Georgia do NOT support using their tax dollars to send Georgian jobs to
India or other foreign countries!
IF OUR STATE GOVERNMENT
RESPECTED THE WILL OF THE PEOPLE OF GEORGIA THIS WOULD NOT HAPPEN!
Please vote in the poll and pass the word on.