Ohio Governor Ted Strickland of Democratic Party, banned outsourcing, arguing that this undermines economic development and has unacceptable business consequences for his state. "Outsourcing jobs does not reflect Ohio values," he said.
Indian IT companies, which derive almost 60% of their export revenues from the USA immediately cried, "foul". The Infosys Chief called the Ohio stance "protectionist".
Like US owes them 60% of their revenue! At the cost of our jobs! Why should we not protect our work-force? Why should we send monies abroad instead of keeping them within our own country?
Why should America support globalization is the question? They need us, we don't. They do the work for us which we taught them to do with the software we design and make, so go Ohio, and hope other States follow, soon.