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College Park progressives fail to follow rules forced to cancel jubilee

1060x600 cbeee05a35b6a0203e6208752684c2c1Washington Examiner by Caitlin Yilek

Non-U.S. citizens won't be allowed to vote on local matters in College Park, Md., despite city council officials voting in favor of a proposal that would have allowed it earlier this week.


Maryland joins lawsuit against Trump’s rollback of DACA

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) - Maryland will sue the Trump administration over its termination of a program that protects illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.

As Md. County struggles with alleged rape by illegals, Md. House passes bill curbing enforcement

Reuters:

Maryland's House of Delegates on Monday approved legislation to bar police statewide from checking the immigration status of individuals they arrest or keeping them locked up longer than otherwise warranted at the request of federal agents seeking to deport them.

UMD queers, other self-marginalized groups join Muslim students in demand for prayer rooms in every 'major building'

The concept of separation of church and state are lost on these troubled folks. 

Toni Airaksinen -- New York Campus Correspondent, Campus Reform --

PrayerRoomStudents at the University of Maryland have released a list of 64 demands in their effort make the campus more amenable to “marginalized student populations.”

Maryland to Begin Online Processing System for Regulated Firearm Purchases

(PIKESVILLE, MD) – Maryland State Police efforts to improve customer service, the process of applying to purchase a regulated firearm is moving from paper forms filled out by hand to an on-line automated system expected to increase efficiency, improving the process for both customers and firearms dealers.