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Bill to Require English Language License Examinations Introduced in Tennessee

January 29, 2010
U.S. English
1/28/2010

Tennessee Senator Bill Ketron has introduced legislation that would require all prospective motorists in Tennessee to take the driver’s license exam in English, making the roads safer and saving taxpayer money. Under S.B. 2660, all written examinations would be in English, tying the privilege of driving with the societal expectation that non-English speakers are on the road to learning English. At the current time, Tennessee conducts driver’s license exams in English, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.

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