This by Tara Malone in The Daily Herald, “English First: How Language Bill Translates Here” beats Chi Trib and Sun-Times to the punch. They each have the AP story that boringly tells White House comme ci, comme sa response.
A day after U.S. senators declared English the country’s “common and unifying language,” suburban leaders struggled to envision what the edict could mean for city halls, school districts and businesses.
And the early forecast was not much — at least, not much yet.
That’s what people wonder about, right away.