In response to the D.M.'s Letter to the Editor in July 31, 2003 issue of Immigration Daily, I quote from his letter, this time:
"...However, the fact remains, let me make this perfectly clear,
there is presently no federal legislation, law, rule,
requirement, statute, regulation, presidential proclamation,
order or otherwise, that designates or requires English, or any
other language as the "official" language of the government of
the U.S." You said, "or otherwise." As a lawyer, "or otherwise," left the door open
for a "big picture argument" to include pending federal legislation and 27
enacted state laws, and citing the US English, Inc. website. It was
interesting that two writers of letters to the Editor on the same day, independently
the same pending federal legislation, 27 enacted state laws, and the US
English, Inc. website.
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