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Idaho State Motto Will Violate Idaho Law!

So the Idaho Senate decided to pass an “English only” law (Senate Bill 1172). Perhaps they should have looked at their own STATE SEAL that contains the Latin phrase “Esto Perpetua” (which means “let it be perpetual”). Oh, and here is the Idaho Statute that makes “Esto Perpetua” part of the “Great Seal of State.”

I propose a new state motto. Instead of “Let it be perpetual,” just “Let it be.”

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