Date: Fri, 15 Sep 1995 09:48:45 MST
From: Tom Uharriet UTOM[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]ADMN.712.NEBO.EDU
Subject: Re: FOR English Only
My immediate thought is that some people's voting rights are compromised:
the problem isn't naturalization, but people who are born citizens and
have another native language, including many Puerto Ricans . . . .
I was under the impression that Puerto Ricans neither have the right
to vote nor have the burdon of federal taxes (since they can have
no taxation w/o representation).
utom[AT SYMBOL GOES HERE]admn.712.nebo.edu