If my storefront sign is in a language other than English, do I also have to display an English translation by law?
1 Answer from Attorneys
It depends. If your store is a place of public accommodation and resort (e.g., a restaurant) then failing to post in English is discriminatory and you might be sued by a radical right wing organization for civil rights violations. If not, then frankly, a pox on your house and all that dwell within it.
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