State officials review Iowa's English-only law
The Iowa attorney general's office is reviewing whether federal civil rights laws may override the state's "English-only" law.
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#1 Jun 3, 2008
God forbid we have a no-brainer law that doesn't cater to a specialized group of people who think they shouldn't have to learn the language of the country they want to live in and/or work in.
“This too shall pass”
Since: May 08
#2 Jun 4, 2008
If we a duplicate of everything in spanish, why not the hundreds of other languages as well? Not doing that would be discriminating against people who only speak Korean, French, etc etc etc right?
Here's an idea, make Iowa like some parts of Florida where spanish is the primary language. Now that would make our illegal friends feel welcome~!
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