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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Maryland Latino Caucus to discuss immigration trust bill

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — The Maryland Legislative Latino Caucus will be discussing support for a measure that seeks to restrict state and local law enforcement agencies from cooperating with federal immigration agencies during immigration actions in their jurisdictions.

They will be joined by members of the Legislative Black Caucus and the Asian American Pacific islander Caucus on Monday evening for a news conference in Annapolis.

The measure also would prohibit a law enforcement official from stopping, arresting, searching or detaining an individual for purposes of investigating a suspected immigration violation.



Anonymous said...

MD is getting more blatant on proving they are a sanctuary state following in the footsteps as California. If I was not elderly and basically stuck in this hell hole of a state I would be gone today. The districts need to be drastically modified so each area is represented equally and not governed by 5 areas of the state instead of 24 areas, 23 counties + Baltimore City.

Anonymous said...

So what does the Caucasian Caucus think about this?

Anonymous said...

Sorry but in case you were not informed they had to break up for violating discrimination laws!