I don't think the sponsors of this bill have thought through the economic consequences of imposing a $100,000 prevailing wage requirement for H-1B workers. They would effectively be raising the minimum wage for H-1B positions for all workers (US and non-citizens) to $100,000 per year because state employment laws require that those who are working in the same position be treated the same. So, if the H-1B worker is required to be paid $100,000 per year, everyone in the same position will need to earn a minimum of $100,000 per year to comply with state employment laws. So basically, the sponsors of this bill want to raise the minimum wage for graduates with bachelor's degrees to $100,000 per year. That's a minimum wage of $48.07 per hour.