Not the symptom or its manifestation.
The fundamental problem is that few US citizens are motivated to attain high levels of education, and to earn their wages / wealth by contributing to society, rather than living off subsidies doled out by the guvment.
A related problem is the high debts incurred in the process of getting educated, thereby creating wage slaves.
Another less fundamental problem is that the dollar is artificially high, and kept there by vested interests. If the market value of the dollar reflects its true worth, people from India will neither be motivated to move in to the US, nor supply manpower, because it will yield fewer rupees.
So long as these basic issues are addressed, we will see more of such Hem and Haw, dithering and filibustering, rather than resolution.