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English language is the official language of the state of North Dakota. It was adopted in 1987.
6.3 percent of this state's residents speak a language other than English. The most common of these languages are German, Norwegian, Spanish, and French. This state has the nation's highest proportion of speakers of German, and Norwegian.
The law designating English as the official North Dakota state language is found in the North Dakota Revised Statutes, Title 54, Chapter 54-02, Section 54-02-13
STATE EMBLEMS, SYMBOLS, AND AWARDS
54-02-13 - English As Official Language (1987)
The English language is the official language of the state of North Dakota.