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  • Maryland faith leaders back DREAM Act

    Local leaders of the Catholic, Mainline Protestant and black churches are planning to speak this evening in favor of in-state tuition breaks for illegal immigrants at Maryland’s public colleges and universities, advocates said. Archbishop William...
  • Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday

    Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday
    WEATHER The National Weather Service is calling for Tuesday to be sunny in the Baltimore area, with a high near 81 and north winds between 10 and 16 miles per hour. Forecasters are warning of a threat of wildfires in the area Tuesday afternoon and...
  • Vets don't need the Dream Act

    Dan Rodricks' column on the Maryland Dream Act not only showed his obvious attempt to give tax dollars to illegal immigrants but his willingness to use veterans to do it ("Maryland Dream Act benefits veterans," Oct. 11). He correctly notes that "few...
  • Same-sex marriage supporters condemn action against petition signer

    Gov. Martin O'Malley and other supporters of the law to allow same-sex marriage in Maryland called Thursday for the reinstatement of a university administrator who was placed on leave for signing a petition aimed at overturning the measure. "Everyone has...
  • Edgewood residents encouraged to exercise their right to vote

    "People in Edgewood, Harford County and the state of Maryland have to understand the power of the vote. It's not just a right. It's a responsibility." That was the message guest speaker Charles Lollar delivered to members of the Edgewood Community...
  • Bartlett hard to find in state's top congressional race

    Bartlett hard to find in state's top congressional race
    SHADY GROVE — As she hurried to a Metro station after shaking hands with Democratic congressional candidate John Delaney, Lawrencia Atakora said she'd support him because of his positions on the issues. But she quickly added another factor...
  • Illegal immigrant soldiers?

    Other than what part of "illegal" people (including President Barack Obama) don't understand, what I find incredibly and utterly unbelievable regarding President Obama's exemption for illegal immigrants having served in the military is this: How is it...
  • Same-sex marriage backers raise $3.2 million

    The main group supporting same-sex marriage in Maryland has raised $3.2 million and still has $1.2 million in its war chest to defend the law in the Nov. 6 referendum, according to a disclosure filed last night with the State Board of Elections. Among...
  • Congressional map opponents turn in 36K signatures

    Congressional map opponents turn in 36K signatures
    A Republican-led effort to overturn Maryland's new Congressional map has theoretically turned in enough signatures to trigger a state-wide referendum, but the margin is so tight that it is still unclear if the issue will go to voters. The group, led by...
  • Rodricks: Thousands of undocumented workers pay state taxes

    Under the Maryland Dream Act, students who want to attend our community colleges or public universities at the in-state tuition rate must have attended a Maryland high school for at least three years. They must prove that their families filed state income...
  • Parrott confident petitions will be accepted

    The Western Maryland Republican leading the effort to repeal the state's new Congressional map says he believes the signatures they collected will withstand Board of Elections. "This was a very thorough validation process," said Del. Neil Parrott, R-...
  • Dream Act: Some see hope, others a drain on state resources

    Dream Act: Some see hope, others a drain on state resources
    First of three articles about state ballot issues On some level, Oscar Moreno knew growing up that his family did not have permission to live in the United States. But it wasn't until now, as the 17-year-old Baltimore Polytechnic Institute senior...