For his part Schneider is surprised by the controversy. “Up until this morning this hasn’t been an issue at all,” Schneider said heatedly. “I haven’t heard anything from anybody remotely alluding to the fact that there’s a problem.”
"If you don't want to be on the same page, you must continue to watch the country erode and descend into third world status," he added.
The policy is something that LULAC says is in violation of federal law.
“We learned of their language policy, which is in clear violation of federal labor law. Upon reviewing the statements made by management in a video interview detailing Leon’s policy, we are requesting an investigation of this policy by the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission,” LULAC officials said in a written statement.
LULAC is an organization with a mission to “advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States,” the release states.