Voters in Florida and Texas Back Official-English Bills

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Voters in Florida and Texas registered support for making English the official language in their states during the "Super Tuesday'' Presidential primaries this month.

In Florida, backers of a constitutional amendment to make English the official language of state government gained enough signatures to place a referendum on the November ballot.

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