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Subject:Re: English only legislation From:Jim Venis <ujv01 -at- MAILHOST -dot- UNIDATA -dot- COM> Date:Thu, 20 Jan 1994 13:59:53 CST
> Some persons wish to pass legislation saying that English shall
> be the official language of the United States. I believe that
> one effect of such a law would be that the store in the story
> above would not be held liable.
> What do my fellow tech writers think about the US English debate?
> LaVonna Funkhouser
> lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com
I think such legislation deserves serious consideration, but I am sure
it won't get an open-minded hearing. Too many people will be able
to make too much political mileage simply by shouting such proposals
down. --Jim Venis