Bill would tie aid to immigration enforcement
“The perception is there that (Maryland is) the place to come because we don't enforce the law”
Howard County's Republican state legislators are pushing for a bill that proposes cutting off state aid to local governments that restrict their employees from complying with federal immigration laws. via Howard County Times
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#1 Mar 6, 2008
I support this bill 100 percent and so should you. We have federal immigration laws for a reason. If immigrants to the US cannot respect and abide by the laws of this country then they need to reconsider living here. As US citizens we are expected to follow the laws of a country we want to live in so why should it be any different for people that want to live here ? If the local government of Howard County cannot place restrictions for non-compliance on immigration laws then state aid needs to be severed. I agree with our republican state legislators and hopefully they will be able to have this bill passed.
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