Saturday, May 15, 2010

Upstate Town Orders Citizens To Speak English - By Tom Leonard (Telegraph)

Jackson, a remote New York state farming community of just over 1,700 people, has passed a law establishing English as the town's official written and spoken language, and insisting that it "be used in all official meetings and business conducted by the elected officials and their appointees ..." read more

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