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Mood of Maryland is anti-illegal immigrants

I don't believe The Baltimore Sun should print such prejudicial propaganda on the front page, above the fold, of your Sunday paper ("Maryland becomes a state divided," July 31).

Gustavo Torres of Casa de Maryland is quoted as saying, "Now people are very anti- immigrant." Actually, people are very anti-illegal immigrants, which is quite different. Of course, if Mr. Torres can't differentiate between legal and illegal, I don't why he expects anyone else to!

Further, if the citizens of Montgomery want to subsides the education of foreign nations here illegally, they should contribute to a scholarship fund, but don't expect those of us who believe in the rule of law to contribute!

Dick Tatlow, Marriottsville

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