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Santorum Says Puerto Rican Statehood Means English

Maricarmen Sanchez Rivera / www.vocero.com
03/14/2012
Read full interview here.

 

Rick Santorum, one of the contenders for the Republican nomination for president of the United States came to Puerto Rico this morning, four days before the primary on the island. He will not be the only Republican candidate to visit, others have confirmed they will do the same in order to obtain the favor of Puerto Ricans.

Rick Santorum was a Pennslyvania Senator from 1995 to 2007. He will be in Puerto Rico with his wife, Karen and some of his seven children.

Like other candidates, both Democrat and Republican, Santorum is leaving it in the hands of Puerto Ricans to resolve the status issue. He made it clear however, that he does not support in Puerto Rico - without being a state - a vote for the President of the United States.

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"English must be the main language. Other states have more than one language, like Hawaii, but to be a state of the Union, English has to be the main language."

Read the entire interview here.

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