Legal moves snarl English-only proposal

November 24, 2008

NASHVILLE, TN–A judge could decide early next week whether to block a vote on an amendment that would force all Metro Nashville government business to be done in English. Davidson County voters are set to consider the charter amendment full story
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Amendment Seeks to Make English Official Language of Missouri

November 3, 2008

ST. LOUIS, MO–There’s a vote you can cast on this year’s ballot that won’t raise your taxes, or put someone in office, but it definitely has people choosing sides. Constitutional Amendment Number One, has voters choosing to make English the official language of the Show Me State. In this classroom two languages are spoken, English and Spanish. It’s what many are full story
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English-only policy rejected by committee, but not board member

October 20, 2008

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ–If the Board of Education is going to consider a policy declaring English as the official language, board member Frank Blandino will have to make the motion — and may do so at next week’s meeting. Mr. Blandino posed a question about directing a policy draft after hearing the Policy Committee’s report at the board’s Monday meeting. Committee Chairman full story

Missouri Ballot Issues: Amendment One

October 15, 2008

ST. LOUIS, MO–English has been the “common” language of Missouri since 1998, come November 5th it could become the show me state’s “official” language. Constitutional Amendment One would change Article One of the State Constitution to make English be the only language allowed during all government meetings. full story