City of Philadelphia sued over multilingual voting.
Apparently the city of Philadelphia is getting sued by the federal government for failing to provide assistance to Spanish speakers at polling places.
You're not required to know English in order to become a U.S. citizen. That's always been the way it works. It helps, but it's not mandatory. In my hometown (also in Pennsylvania) there are still people today who speak German and Serbian, but never picked up English. Hell, I couldn't speak English when I became a citizen, and I was born in the United States, but by the time I was three years old, I'd picked up a good working knowledge of it, and have only improved from there/
Even if you do speak English, ballots should be supplied in your native language, if reasonable. And by reasonable I mean if there's a significant number of people in your community who are native speakers of your language. When you're a nation of immigrants, you need to make sure that elections are as clear, open and above-board as possible. This is the best way to do it.