28 01, 2010

Bill to Require English Language License Examinations Introduced in Tennessee

January 28th, 2010|

Tennessee Senator Bill Ketron has introduced legislation that would require all prospective motorists in Tennessee to take the driver’s license exam in English, making the [...]

30 04, 2009

State Legislative Update – Apr. 30, 2009

April 30th, 2009|

Oklahoma – Legislation that would give voters the opportunity to make English the official language of the state has passed the House and Senate. The [...]

21 04, 2009

Tenn. House Subcommittee Approves English-in-the-Workplace Bill

April 21st, 2009|

The Employee Affairs Subcommittee of the Tennessee House of Representatives voted 5-0 today to approve H.B. 480 and send it to the full committee for [...]

9 04, 2009

State Legislative Update – Apr. 9, 2009

April 9th, 2009|

Tennessee The Employee Affairs Subcommittee in the Tennessee House of Representatives is scheduled to hear legislation that would protect employers with English-in-the-workplace policies on April [...]

1 04, 2009

Tennessee Senate Committee Votes to Limit Non-English Driver’s License Exams

April 1st, 2009|

The Tennessee Senate Transportation Committee voted unanimously yesterday to pass S. 11, legislation that would require most written driver’s license exams in the state to [...]

4 02, 2009

State Legislative Update – February 4, 2009

February 4th, 2009|

Only one month into the new year, 12 states have pending legislation that would reduce government multilingualism and promote English acquisition. Recent legislative initiatives include: [...]

6 01, 2009

U.S. English Chairman Responds to Misleading Editorials in the Tennesseean

January 6th, 2009|

Voters will Decide Nashville Ballot Proposal on Jan. 22 U.S. English Chairman Mauro E. Mujica wrote the following Letter to the editor of the Tennessean [...]