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November 26, 2008

Video – Rep. Sali Speaks About Reducing Govt Multilingualism and Encouraging English Fluency

After 16 years in the Idaho Legislature, Rep. Bill Sali was elected to Congress in 2006. During his two-year term representing Idaho’s First Congressional District,

November 20, 2008

VIDEO – Rep Tom Price on Making English the Official Language

Since 2005, Rep. Tom Price has represented Georgia’s Sixth District in Congress. Recently re-elected to a third term, Rep. Price has been a strong supporter

November 17, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Paul Broun Talks About H.R. 6783, Promoting English in the Classroom

In his first term representing the 10th Congressional District of Georgia, Rep. Paul Broun (GA) has become one of the leading supporters of common language

November 07, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Steve King on Defending Iowa’s Official English Law

Before being elected to Congress in 2002, Rep. Steve King served in the Iowa Senate, where he fought tirelessly to make English the official language

November 05, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Tom Price Protects Employers who Have English in the Workplace policies

Re-elected to his third term on Tuesday, Rep. Tom Price has been serving the constituents of Georgia’s 6th Congressional District since 2005. With eight years

October 30, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Brian Bilbray discusses the problems presented by multilingual voting materials

Rep. Brian Bilbray has been a strong supporter of official English throughout his fourteen years representing California's 50th District in Congress. A native of San Diego,

October 28, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Bill Sali discusses English in the Workplace Policies

When Bill Sali ran for Congress in 2006, he promised his Idaho constituents that he would fight to make English the official language. After he

October 22, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Steve King Leads Effort to Make English the Official Language of the U.S.

As a state Senator in Iowa, Steve King led the fight to make English the official language of the state. After his election to Congress

October 16, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Gus Bilirakis Discusses English as the Official Language

The grandchild of Greek immigrants, Rep. Gus Bilirakis understands the importance of a common language in a diverse country. Rep. Bilirakis, who is in his

October 09, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Dana Rohrabacher Speaks About Official English

Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (CA) has been a strong supporter of official English legislation since coming to Congress in 1989. Now in his 10th term representing

October 06, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Paul Broun Discusses the English as Official Language Act

In April, Rep. Paul Broun (GA) introduced legislation to make English the national language of the United States. The bill, H.R. 5759, has since collected

September 30, 2008

VIDEO – Rep. Virginia Foxx speaks with U.S. English about the Multilingual Accounting Bill

Congresswoman Virginia Foxx of North Carolina speaks with U.S. English representatives about H.R. 7092, new legislation that would require government agencies to disclose the costs

September 22, 2008

172 U.S. House Candidates Sign Pledge to Support Official English Legislation in Congress

This summer, U.S. English, Inc. sent a pledge to support official English legislation to candidates in all U.S. House races across the nation. Candidates who

September 02, 2008

Official English Included in 2008 Republican Platform

As the Republican convention kicks off in Minnesota, the idea of making English the official language of the United States was highlighted in the newly

August 28, 2008

LPGA Players Find No Issue with English Requirement

Today’s Newsday reports that while commentators and editorial writers have been up in arms about the LPGA’s new requirement that players on tour

August 26, 2008

LPGA to Require English Proficiency for its Members

According to a Golfweek article, the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) will require all of its members to be proficient in English by the

July 09, 2008

Rep. Steve Scalise becomes newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997

Rep. Steve Scalise today became the newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997, the English Language Unity Act. The bill now has 149 co-sponsors. Rep. Scalise

May 30, 2008

Maryland Town Votes to Make English The Official Language

Walkersville, MD Latest to Approve Unifying Language Law The commissioners of Walkersville, Md. unanimously voted to make English the official language of the town Wednesday night,

May 30, 2008

Candidates Monty Newman, Greg Sowards and Aubrey Dunn, Jr. (NM-2) Pledge to Support Official English

U.S. English, Inc. today recognized Monty Newman, Greg Sowards and Aubrey Dunn, Jr., candidates for the New Mexico’s Second Congressional District, for pledging to support

May 19, 2008

Candidate Jason Chaffetz (UT-3) Pledges to Support Official English

U.S. English, Inc. today recognized Jason Chaffetz, a candidate for the Utah’s Third Congressional District, for pledging to support official English legislation. To date, Chaffetz

May 06, 2008

Rep. Heller Introduces Legislation to Reduce Multilingual Ballots

Congressman Dean Heller today introduced the American Elections Act, which would modify existing law and reduce the entitlement to multilingual ballots. The American Elections Act

May 04, 2008

Steve Scalise wins Special Election in Louisiana

Louisiana Rep. Steve Scalise was elected Sunday to represent Louisiana’s First Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. By a near 3-to-1 margin Scalise

April 09, 2008

Rep. Kevin McCarthy Becomes Newest Co-sponsor of H.R. 997

Rep. Kevin McCarthy (CA-22) today became the newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997, the English Language Unity Act. The bill now has 147 co-sponsors. Rep.

March 25, 2008

U.S. House Candidate Mike Sodrel (IN-9) Pledges to Support Official English if Elected to Congress

U.S. English, Inc. today recognized former Congressman Mike Sodrel, a candidate for the seat in Indiana’s Ninth Congressional District, for pledging to support official English

March 21, 2008

Philadelphia Commission Okays “Order in English” Signs

Philadelphia cheesesteak shop owner Joey Vento made national headlines when he put up a sign in his business asking customers to order in English. Yesterday,

March 21, 2008

82% of Anne Arundel County Residents Favor Making English the Official Language of Maryland

A new survey by the Anne Arundel Community College Center for the Study of Local Issues has found that 82 percent of Anne Arundel County

March 07, 2008

Official English Bill to be Heard in Maryland Committee

The Health and Government Operations Committee of the Maryland House of Delegates will be holding a hearing on H.B. 886, legislation to make English the

March 03, 2008

Official English vs. English Plus Debate to Occur on Capitol Hill

On March 5, U.S. English, Inc. Director of Communications Rob Toonkel will appear at a Capitol Hill Briefing put on by the Congressional Hispanic Leadership

February 27, 2008

Florida Resident Unable to Get English Driver’s License Manual

WSVN-TV Channel 7 in Miami reports today that there is a shortage of English language commercial drivers license manuals in Florida. Florida resident John Lippincott

February 26, 2008

Steve Scalise (LA-1) Pledges to Support Official English if Elected to Congress

U.S. English, Inc. today recognized State Senator Steve Scalise, a candidate for the open seat Louisiana’s First Congressional District, for pledging to support official English

February 14, 2008

Rep. Wittman becomes newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997

Rep. Robert Wittman (VA-1) today became the newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997, the English Language Unity Act. The bill now has 146 co-sponsors. Wittman was elected

February 08, 2008

Oklahoma – 88 Percent Want Official English

A new poll sponsored by the Tulsa World and KOTV, Channel 6 finds that 88 percent of Oklahoma residents want English to be made the

February 06, 2008

Rep. Collin Peterson becomes newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997

Rep. Collin Peterson (MN-7) today became the newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997, the English Language Unity Act. The bill now has 145 co-sponsors, or one-third

January 16, 2008

Missouri Gov. Supports Official English in State of the State Speech

Tuesday, Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt took time during his 2008 State of the State Speech to express support for the upcoming ballot initiative to strengthen

January 15, 2008

Rep. Buchanan becomes newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997

Rep. Vern Buchanan (FL-13) today became the newest co-sponsor of H.R. 997, the English Language Unity Act. The bill now has 143 co-sponsors. Rep. Buchanan

Chairman Mujica‘s Testimony In Support of the English Language Unity Act

On August 2, 2012, U.S. English Chairman and CEO Mauro E. Mujica testified before the House Subcommittee on the Constitution in support of H.R. 997, The English Language Unity Act.