January 26, 2015
By John Fritze
Baltimore joined dozens of cities Friday to support President Barack Obama’s actions on immigration — weighing in on a federal lawsuit that has divided state and local leaders over the economic impact of having people in the country without legal documentation.
Texas and 24 other states are arguing in court that Obama’s plan to delay deportation for millions of immigrants will force them to spend more on schools, public safety and health care. A dozen states, including Maryland, have countered that bringing immigrants out of the shadows will help increase … Read the full story by John Fritze.
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