The issue of whether or not English should be declared the official language of the United States, so that government business would be conducted solely in English, is controversial. Many efforts to do so have been unsuccessful.
Proponents argue this would save money and encourage immigrants to learn English, while opponents say it would violate rights to due process and equal protection, and that most immigrants want to learn English, but they lack opportunities to do so.
Dec 31, 2014 ... NEW YORK, April 13, 2013 — The United States, contrary to popular belief, has
no official language. Federal legislators have proposed laws to ...
Debate whether or not English should be the official language of the United
States. Voice your opinion, and learn about each side of the debate.
Mar 11, 2007 ... However, it has been and should remain our primary language and ... test written
in English for any legal immigrant who wishes to become a ...
Abstract: This case study examines the idea of declaring English as the official
language of the United States, considering issues of language planning, national
Jun 2, 2014 ... A push for English to be the official language of the US has both a dark ... later, as
part of an immigration reform bill that itself failed to become law. ... and should not
be theorised on any one face to the detriment of all the rest.
Feb 20, 2015 ... It's time for Congress to make English the official language in the United States
and ... Absolutely agree English should be the official language.
I believe we can all agree that the official common language should be easy to ....
basic English grammar give it the inside track to becoming the world's official ...
Nov 13, 2012 ... ... found that 88 percent of respondents believe that English should be declared
the official language of the United States. Further support came ...
It has always been taken for granted that English is the national language, and
that .... What are the chances that some version of Official English will become ...