New York is filled with people who either cannot speak English or who can speak nothing but, reports the New York Times.  Next week, students across the state will take Regents exams in foreign languages for the last time, as the state is dropping its tests in Spanish, French and Italian. This will save $700,000 a year, or to put it another way, roughly the cost of policing a homestand at one of the baseball stadiums…

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