Senate OKs Spanish driver’s license tests
For South Dakota to be able to develop its workforce, it needs to be able to offer driver’s license exams in Spanish. That was one of the arguments the S.D. Senate heard Monday as it endorsed SB70.
Sen. Arthur Rusch, R-Vermillion, said offering state materials in a language other than English was not new. He said the state’s founders thought it was important for German and Norwegian speaking citizens to be able to read the state constitution, so copies of it were distributed in those languages.
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