Oklahoma might see a drop in bilingual services

11/8/2010 | Enid News & Eagle (Okla.), The

English learners and foreign students in Oklahoma might see a reduction in bilingual services offered by state government agencies after the passage of a ballot initiative that makes English the state's official language. But the state legislature must pass enforcement and implementation measures and a legal challenge is expected from an attorney who says it violates the right to free speech.

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