State Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, tells InsiderAdvantage that he will again introduce a constitutional amendment to provide “that official state actions be in English” and “to prohibit … any language other than English be used in any documents, regulations, orders, transactions, proceedings, meetings, programs or publications” as well as “to prohibit discrimination, penalties or other limits on participation against persons who speak only English.”
This amendment passed the state Senate in March 2016 by a two-thirds vote but later stalled in the House of Representatives.
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