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This tool makes it easy to contact your elected officials regarding common language legislation. With a few simple clicks, you can send your message and provide contact information so that your legislators may reply directly to you. For your convenience, you can use our pre-printed letter and personalize it as you choose.

Currently, you can contact your Representatives and Senators on all of the official English issues pending in Congress, including legislation to make English the official language, bills that would prohibit the prosecution of employers who have "English-in-the-Workplace" policies, and efforts to repeal the multilingual Executive Order.

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The U.S. English, Inc. 2008 Voter Information Guide provides a complete picture on how candidates for the U.S. House and U.S. Senate stand on making English the official language of the United States.

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