by Sen. Carlos Uresti
The old saying about cooperation and problem-solving -- two heads are better than one -- continues to withstand the test of time.
That same idea is quickly becoming the foundation of another common wisdom: Two languages are better than one.
Because of Texas' economic and cultural ties to Mexico and our rapidly changing demographics, the linguistic diversity that has always existed in the Lone Star State is becoming more common and more important -- both socially and economically.
This new reality is evident everywhere in Texas.