U.S. Senator Elizabeth Dole wants English to be the country's official language.
The Republican Senator from North Carolina is cosponsoring an amendment to the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2007 that would make English the national language of the United States.
The amendment would prohibit the federal government from communicating or providing services in any language other than English.
While Dole supports the amendment, she opposes the current immigration reform bill.
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