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Can a Business Choose To Be "English-Only?"

Can a Business Choose To Be "English-Only?"

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Can a Business Choose To Be "English-Only?"
According to a new ruling by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations, businesses are allowed to post signs insisting that customers speak English. They ruled that Geno's Steaks restaurant that placed a sign informing customers,"This is America. When ordering speak English," had done nothing to violate discrimination rules.

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