Given that the claim is that H1Bs for needed and intended to fill positions where there are no available qualified local workers, this would solve that problem by requiring local workers to be trained, and eventually removing the need for the H1B. It would remove the practice of hiring cheap foreign workers as a cost savings measure, and it would still allow the importing of highly skilled labor when it really was necessary.
Way better would be if laws were written (most likely in the tax code) which gave businesses an incentive to encourage employees who could telecommute to do just that. If even 20% of our work force could telecommute, it would create HUGE savings in our roadway costs. It would reduce our national gas usage significantly. It would improve the quality of lives of our populace. It would reduce congestion in cities. It would even benefit those that still had to go in to work, as it would reduce traffic and thus reduce their commute time and cost. It would also reduce housing price pressures in and around areas that required the physical presence, since 20% of the population would no longer be competing for those homes.
All in all, it was the best lap board I have ever used. To this day, my son still uses it when he wants to use his laptop while sitting on the couch. Storage consists of putting in the small space between the end of the couch and the wall.
The difference with online bullying is that it is much harder to stop. Kids bullied at school know the bullies and at least in theory can get support from teachers and parents. People bullied in the workplace can make a formal complaint. Online they often don't even know who is bullying them, and the sites are often slow to react to reports or unable to take any effective action.
At least that is the way it is supposed to work in theory.
In practice, not so much.