US Senate: pro-English language bills introduced

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Tue May 19 18:25:18 UTC 2009


As attempted, unsuccessfully, in previous congressional sessions, a
pair of pro-English language bills were introduced in the Senate last
week, one by Sen. James M. Inhofe, Oklahoma Republican, to declare
English as the official language of the United States while
establishing a uniform English language rule for naturalization.

In addition, Mr. Inhofe and 14 other senators offered a bill to amend
the United States Code to declare English as the national language of
the U.S. government.

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