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Bilingual Oakland

The City of Oakland, California will vote on a proposal tonight that would require the city to hire a certain number of bilingual workers. The ordinance, if passed, will require certain departments to hire people that speak either English and Spanish or English and Chinese. Robert Siegel speaks with Oakland City Council President Ignacio de la Fuente, he is a co-author of the proposal.

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