The Official Language of the United States
In the last few days, we’ve gotten several searches for the “official language” of the United States.
Did you know, the United States doesn’t actually have an official language? Some states, however, do list English as their official language.
In fact, the federal government is required to provide access and information about federal programs and federally assisted programs to people with limited English proficiency.
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