Wasn't the challenge to cite "any laws" within the US? If
so, that would include local, state and federal statutory laws,
Constitutional amendments or provisions. There are at least some passed
laws as such.
Please refer to research lists, such as cites found: i.e. us-english.org
website (e.g., Iowa as the 27th State to Enact Official English
Legislation). Fed. Legislation introducted this year: H.R. 997 The English Language
Unity Act of 2003. The same writer of letters to the Editor in another letter, on another
occasion, challenged the existence of the "Queen's English," (when the
Queen Rules), and rather than be either open minded and/or spend a minute doing
research, he stated that because he knew only of the King's English, so "he
must be right." There's a difference of opinion, and of facts. That was fact. As
a lawyer, one would only hope we are open-minded to debate on all of the
possibilities, where and also to proof. "Right and Wrong" can become gray,
not just black and white when it comes to the law.
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