When Metro Councilman Eric Crafton introduced his English-only bill last month, it caused an instant uproar from both sides of the immigration debate in Nashville. Where supporters and opponents do agree is that the ordinance sheds light on the availability of English classes in Middle Tennessee. WPLN’s Blake Farmer found one company that has started providing language instruction, and he has this report.
By: Blake Farmer
Blake Farmer is WPLN's assistant news director, but he wears many hats - reporter, editor and host. He covers the Tennessee state capitol while also keeping an eye on Fort Campbell and business trends, frequently contributing to national programs. Born in Tennessee and educated in Texas, Blake has called Nashville home for most of his life.
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