English-only bill in Oklahoma faces Senate vote
A bill to make English the official language in Oklahoma is up for a final vote in the state Senate.

The bill already passed the House over objections from Indian lawmakers and tribal leaders. Opponents call it divisive and unnecessary.

Supporters say the bill exempts tribal governments. Otherwise, it requires state agencies to conduct all of their business in English.

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