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April 15, 2014
In Case You Missed It: PA Language Policy is Long Overdue

Pennsylvania's York Daily Record published an opinion piece written by U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica.

March 31, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Calls Justice Department Filing Detrimental to Foreign Language Speakers

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today released the following statement in response to a U.S. Department of Justice filing. The Department of Justice filed court documents in support of a lawsuit alleging that Hawaii discriminates against foreign language speakers by providing driver’s license tests only in English.

March 24, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Praises Introduction of Bill to Declare English Official Language of Pennsylvania

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today released the following statement in response to the introduction of a bill in the Pennsylvania General Assembly that would declare English the official language of the Keystone State.

March 10, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Declares Pennsylvania Spanish Language Bill Exclusionary

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today released the following statement in opposition to two bills in the Pennsylvania General Assembly that would declare Spanish the official language of the Keystone State and the United States. 

March 4, 2014
March Member of the Month: Cindy P.

Our March Member of the Month is Cindy Patton from Louisville, Kentucky. Cindy has been a member of U.S. English since 1999. Click here to read Cindy's story.

February 28, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Condemns Illinois Bill Requiring Translators at Government Agencies

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today expressed great concern over a bill in the Illinois General Assembly that would require state agencies to provide foreign language interpreters and translations.

February 26, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Commends Georgia Constitutional Amendment Making English the Official Language

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today released the following statement in support of Georgia Senate Resolution 1031, to amend the Georgia Constitution to declare English the official language of the state.

February 24, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Expresses Opposition to California Multilingual Education Bill

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today released the following statement in response to a bill in the California State Senate that would repeal an existing law prohibiting multilingual instruction of non-English speakers in schools.

February 14, 2014
In the News: "The English Empire"

This recent piece in The Economist explains why an increasing number of businesses worldwide are adopting English as their primary means of communication.

February 10, 2014
In Case You Missed It: Coca-Cola Super Bowl Ad Ignites Controversy

During the 2014 Super Bowl, Coca-Cola aired an advertisement featuring “America the Beautiful” sung in eight different languages. Click here to read more.

February 3, 2014
U.S. English Announces First Member of the Month: Joyce B.

U.S. English member Joyce B. (Farmington Hills, MI) explains how her foreign language background does not detract from the importance of being proficient in English.

January 30, 2014
U.S. English Chairman Applauds Passage of Resolution Making English the Official Language of Polk County

U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica today issued the following statement in response to the passage of a resolution that declares English the official language of Polk County, Wisconsin.


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