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Maryland Dream Act

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  • Immigrant driver's licenses protect the rest of us

    Immigrant driver's licenses protect the rest of us
    The "What part of illegal don't you understand?" crowd is so busy hating they can't think straight. The letter writer who claims to have witnessed "illegals" in accidents seems most concerned that they didn't have insurance ("Licenses for illegal...
  • Dream Act: Good for students, colleges and the state

    Dream Act: Good for students, colleges and the state
    Coming to the United States as a 15-year-old, Cuban-born refugee, it truly was a dream to think that I could go to college and become president of a great Maryland university. But with the support of many people along the way, and the belief instilled...
  • Dream Act supporters ramp up campaign

    Supporters of Maryland's Dream Act, a measure passed by the General Assembly last year extending in-state college tuition to the children of some illegal immigrants, are staging a series of events this week to build momentum in their effort to uphold it ...
  • Catonsville churches host forum on Maryland's Dream Act

    Two Catonsville churches will join forces on October 30 to host a community discussion about Maryland's DREAM (Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors) Act — a law up for vote next month that could allow certain undocumented students...
  • Letter: DREAM Act good for children, good for economy

    The Maryland DREAM Act is about treating all our children, and all Maryland taxpayers, fairly. Amy Chai (letter, Oct. 18) says that citizens from other states will be denied the "break" DREAM students get. The Maryland DREAM Act isn't a break bur rather...
  • The difference 537 votes make

    The difference 537 votes make
    Even the most ardent fans of Mitt Romney ought to take the latest of President Barack Obama's reelection ads to heart. Here's its point: 537. That's the number of votes (along with a favorable Supreme Court ruling) that decided who won Florida — and...
  • Dream Act continues a long Maryland tradition of welcoming immigrants

    On Election Day, voters will have the opportunity to continue the state's long tradition of welcoming new Americans and valuing education by supporting the Maryland Dream Act at the polls. A "For" vote on Question 4 will affirm the law signed by Gov....
  • Dream Act continues a worthy investment

    Dream Act continues a worthy investment
    If you believe in the American promise — that hard work leads to opportunity — then you should support the Maryland Dream Act. The American promise rewards us with a real opportunity to build a better future for ourselves and our children...
  • Students celebrate approval of Maryland Dream Act

    The mood was celebratory Tuesday night at Arcos Restaurant in Fells Point, where the Dreamers — students brought to the United States illegally as children, who now want to pursue higher education here — won their battle for in-state tuition...
  • Republicans rule in Cecil voting Tuesday

    Republicans rule in Cecil voting Tuesday
    For the first time in its history, Cecil County will have a county executive and, based on unofficial partial election returns from Tuesday, Republican Tari Moore will be the first to hold that office. With 20 of 23 precincts reporting, Moore led...
  • A loophole in the dream

    When the General Assembly passed the Maryland Dream Act, lawmakers intended to allow certain students who are undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates at the state's colleges and universities. It was a recognition that these young people...
  • With Dream Act approved, students look to the future

    With Dream Act approved, students look to the future
    Kevin Hernandez was 11 when he left his grandmother's home in El Salvador, traveling by bus and on foot — alone — to Maryland to meet his mother, whom he had not seen since he was 6. Shortly after the boy waded through chest-high water to...