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Love it or hate it, immigration relief for illegal immigrants is here. Saturday, there was a big push to educate those who will benefit about what to expect.
Supporters of same-sex marriage are teaming up with backers of in-state tuition for illegal immigrants in hopes of building more support for two ballot questions in Maryland in November.
Split verdict. The Supreme Court upholds Arizona’s controversial immigration law while striking down some of its key provisions. That has both sides claiming victory.
A grandmother of four is in danger of being deported back to Mexico after living in Hagerstown for the last six years. Now her family is rallying.
A lawyer for a Salvadoran woman suing two Frederick County sheriff’s deputies for race discrimination says her client’s deportation has been delayed.
A Latino civil-rights group says a Salvadoran woman who alleges race discrimination by two Frederick County sheriff’s deputies is due to be deported before her federal case is resolved.
Opponents of the Dream Act are confident that there are enough votes to kill the referendum. But its supporters go to court to stop it from appearing on the ballot.
Maryland’s new law extending in-state college tuition to undocumented immigrants could be headed to referendum. Leaders of the drive to put the issue on next year’s ballot say they are close to clearing the first hurdle.
Should illegal immigrants living in Maryland be allowed in-state tuition breaks? The Maryland Assembly says yes, approving it this month.