This is something that's been different about the United States for a long time. We have no declared official language. France's official language is French, Mexico's is Spanish...in fact, most of the rest of the world has a declared official language. 32 states in the US have one, and a Michigan politician wants the Mitten to join them.
I must say I really like the bill introduced this week in the South Carolina House of Representatives. It is time for our elected leaders to start pushing back.
The bill titled “South Carolina Responsible Journalism Registry Law,” looks to set up criteria on what qualifies a person as a “journalist”...
State representative Lisa Lyons (R- Alto) has introduced House Bill 4724 which if passed would allow anyone who is a legal voter in Michigan receive an absentee ballot for any reason, or no reason.
Sound like a good idea to you?
The Lansing State Journal is reporting that the bill would let all legal voters apply for an absentee application in person at their local clerk’s office without needing a
A bill was approved today by the Michigan Senate which would reduce welfare cash for a family if a student is constantly missing school.
According to an article in Mlive.com the bill which is nicknamed the "parental responsibility act," would allow Michigan to suspend Family Independence Program assistance if a child was constantly truant.