Maryland continues to work toward finding homes for some of the tens of thousands of Central American children in the country illegally. Governor Martin O’Malley met with religious leaders Monday and has asked Marylanders to remember we’re all in this together.
A Maryland city tied up in the national debate over immigration. A plan to house some of the thousands of undocumented children who have crossed the border in Westminster has been scrapped—but now a hate crime has once again thrust the small north Carroll County city back into the spotlight.
The federal government is exploring the possibility of housing immigrant children in a vacant Army Reserve building in Westminster, and local leaders aren’t pleased with the idea.
Baltimore officials say a vacant downtown office building is no longer being considered as a place to house immigrant children.