Baltimore’s mayor was among a number of Maryland electeds who strongly condemned President Donald Trump’s unfiltered, xenophobic label for several countries on Thursday.
After much fuss, lawmakers in College Park, Md., opted not to take up a controversial proposal to let non-citizens vote in local elections.
During a time of heightened crackdowns on undocumented immigration with orders emanating from D.C., the Beltway community of College Park, Md., is weighing whether to open up the voting process to non-citizens.
Kamenetz Signs Order Saying Baltimore Co. Police Can’t Stop Immigrants Just Because They’re Immigrants
Flanked by a collection of religious, racial, ethnic and sexual minorities this morning, Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz signed an executive order barring his county’s police officers from detaining people based solely upon suspicions about their immigration status.
For three hours tonight, Baltimore-based immigration law experts will teach attorneys, health care providers, teachers and others how they can assist undocumented immigrants facing an increased threat of deportation under the Trump administration.
Acclaimed Dominican-American novelist Junot Díaz is coming to Shriver Hall in Homewood this week.