I know it's been mentioned in a few threads, but I don't think it's been addressed by itself. Many US companies are shipping job overseas in an attempt to save money. Manufacturing jobs have disappeard in the past, but now we're seeing mainly white-collar jobs go, especially programming and support jobs.
Personally, I think most companies are going to see this come back to haunt them, as the short term savings in salaries are going to be outweighed by having to fix sub-standard cose, not to mention the customer backlash from bad support. However, I see no legislative way to keep companies from doing it.
I'm generally in favor of the government keeping out of telling companies how to run their business, with a few exceptions (anti-trust, securities fraud, that sort of thing).
This is largely an economic issue, and I think has to be dealt with as such. If we oppose this sort of thing, don't buy that companies products. Don't buy stock in that company. Creating more laws doesn't really help.