Capitol sources indicate that state Sens. P.K. Martin, R-Lawrenceville, and Renee Unterman, R-Buford, kept complaining to the GOP Senate caucus leadership that they would be hurt in their districts if they supported a constitutional amendment by Sen. Josh McKoon, R-Columbus, and 30-plus co-sponsors to designate English as the official language of government operations. This caused Senate leaders to back away from holding even an up-or-down floor vote on the amendment. 

Please enter your User Name and Password to view the rest of this subscriber-only story or poll. If you are unable to login, your account may have expired. Please contact InsiderAdvantage if you have any problems.

 

  or  CLICK HERE TO SUBSCRIBE

Login

Lost your password?