Question: What are the only U.S. states that are officially bilingual?

Question: What are the only U.S. states that are officially bilingual?

California and Washington
Hawaii and South Dakota
Louisiana and New Mexico
Texas and Minnesota

The 1978 Hawaii State Constitution made both English and Hawaiian the official state languages. And in 2019, the South Dakota legislature passed a bill recognizing the Indigenous language of the O’ceti Sakowin, commonly known as Sioux, as an official language. Alaska goes even further — in 2014, the state gave 20 Indigenous languages co-official status with English.

The Answer: The correct answer is Hawaii and South Dakota.

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