State Supreme Court to Decide on Multi Language Drivers License Exam

The Alabama Supreme Court could soon decide whether the state's drivers license test should be given in multiple languages.

in 1990, Alabama voters overwhelmingly adopted English as the state's official language and the driver's exams went to English only.

Later, the Southern Poverty Law Center sued to get multiple languages and Former Governor Don Siegelman agreed to stop "english-only" exams.

After the U.S. Supreme Court threw out the Southern Poverty Law Center suit, the state continued giving multiple language exams which brought the issue back before the State Supreme Court.

We'll keep you posted on the developments in this case.