A poll conducted by Atlanta-based Rosetta Stone Communications reveals 76.3 percent of Georgians favor a constitutional amendment making English the official language of state government, contrasted to 16.9 percent opposed and 6.8 percent having no opinion. State Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, tells InsiderAdvantage “this survey obviously indicates widespread public support for Senate Resolution 675” which he pre-filed yesterday for consideration in the 2016 Georgia General Assembly. 

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