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  • How would anyone define “Predominant language” (outside of English)? That might well be Spanish along the Mexican border, the Southwest, and Florida–but it might be Vietnamese along the Gulf Coast, Arabic in parts of Michigan, any of the Indian/native American languages anywhere in the country, French up by the province of Quebec and Creole(?) in New Orleans and the Mississippi Delta, Japanese and native-Hawaiian in Hawaii–and Japanese in the Pacific Northwest….and who knows how many different languages in cities like Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles, just as examples. The warning labels would be the size of the L.A. phone directory.