At least that’s what it looks like.
In a puzzling series of negligent policy decision making by law makers of which the result may have even been longer sentences for non-English speakers, which of course overburdened Carolinians have to pay for in the long run in form of taxes. A nominal cost (on 0.3% of the $463.8 million budget) of offering translators would have been an easy solution.
What has not been mentioned is what now?
Now that North Carolina has been found to be violating Title VI, what consequences will the agency have to experience?
A little known fact is that Title VI continues to state that
If an agency is found in violation of Title VI, that agency may lose its federal funding.
Now as upsetting as this all is, I would hate to imagine that cushy $463.8 million being taken away.
If our law makers cannot abide by the law when enforcing the law, exactly who is getting served by the law in question?
- North Carolina Corruption Report Card Is Here (songofdiaspora.wordpress.com)
- Federal report finds N.C. courts discriminate against non-English speakers (charlotte.news14.com)
- Federal probe finds NC courts discriminate (mysanantonio.com)
- Auto insurance rates may rise in North Carolina (news.onlineautoinsurance.com)