Court Ruling On DACA A Relief For Marylanders ‘In Limbo’Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, a program that prevents some residents brought to the United States as children from being deported, is being restored to its former, Obama-era policies after a ruling on Dec. 4 that overturned the Trump administration’s attempt to limit and eventually end the program.
Revised Citizenship Test Is Harder, More Conservative And May Worsen Backlogs, Experts SayThe path to citizenship now may be harder as the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services implemented revisions to its naturalization test that went into effect Tuesday.
Federal Agencies Appeal Suspension Of Abortion Pill RuleThe Trump administration has asked a federal appeals court to reinstate a rule that has required women to visit a hospital, clinic or medical office to obtain an abortion pill during the COVID-19 pandemic.
ICE Reverses Plan To Deport Foreign Students Taking Online-Only Courses This FallThe Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded guidance issued by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) earlier this month that would have prohibited foreign students from taking online-only coursework in the fall.
'We're Absolutely Being Targeted' | Universities Oppose Trump Administration Rule Requiring International Students To Take In-Person Classes Amid PandemicInternational students attending schools in America may have to leave the country for the upcoming fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic.
ACLU Sues Trump Administration Over Using Police Force On Protesters Near White HouseThe American Civil Liberties Union sued the Trump administration Thursday, alleging officials violated the civil rights of protesters who were forcefully removed from a park near the White House by police using chemical agents before President Donald Trump walked to a nearby church to take a photo.
Gov. Larry Hogan Among Regional Leaders To Urge Trump Administration To Continue Telework For Federal EmployeesMore than one-fifth of the nation’s federal workforce lives in Washington D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.
$3.2M Study To Help Baltimore's Coastal Flooding Halted After Federal Funding PulledA study to help manage Baltimore's coastal flooding has been halted after federal funding was not approved for the project.
Last Of Its Kind, Fishery Faces Reckoning In Chesapeake BayFor a guy who left school after 11th grade, George Ball figures he has the best-paying job available on this rural stretch of Chesapeake Bay shoreline.
Md. Attorney General Brian Frosh Continues Opposition To Federal Rule Restricting Asylum AccessMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined Tuesday a multistate coalition in opposition to the Trump administration’s rule limiting access to the asylum process.
AG Brian Frosh Joins Coalition Opposing Proposed Changes To SNAPMaryland Attorney General Brian Frosh joined a coalition of 24 Attorneys General opposing the Trump administration's proposed changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program.
Maryland Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Opposing Trump Administration's Rule Allowing Prolonged Detention Of ChildrenThe attorneys general argue the rule violates both the Administrative Procedure Act and the due process clause of the Fifth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
Trump Administration Won't Ask About Citizenship On CensusThe Trump administration says it will not ask about citizenship status on the 2020 census, informing plaintiffs in the census case on Tuesday that it plans to move ahead with printing the 2020 census without the controversial question.
Maryland Lawsuit Seeks To Block US Policy On Children Seeking AsylumAdvocates for immigrant children are suing to block the Trump administration from enforcing a new policy that they say would erode legal protections for thousands of unaccompanied children seeking asylum in the U.S.
Federal Judges Send 2020 Census Lawsuit Back To Lower CourtA lawsuit that alleges a 2020 census question pushed by the Trump administration violates minorities' rights will be sent back to a federal court in Maryland so new evidence can be considered, U.S. appeals judges ruled Tuesday.