By Robert Samuels
NEW HAVEN — Carolina Bortolleto, an undocumented student from Danbury, came forward Monday to testify, not for herself, but on behalf of her parents, explaining what drivers’ licenses would for mean for them.
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Supporters of a measure to allow illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges in certain circumstances are mobilizing for a referendum in November.
Clergy members who belong to the Maryland Industrial Areas Foundation are holding an event in Silver Spring on Wednesday to talk about how they plan to discuss why the measure is important to Maryland.
The group says it's launching a grassroots field campaign to talk about the law's virtues.
ANNAPOLIS — Religious leaders gathered outside the House of Delegates today to thank delegates who have agreed to vote for a bill that could give in-state tuition rates to illegal immigrants...
Action in Montgomery, a coalition of religious congregations considered by some to be the county's most powerful grass-roots organization, announced its 2006 agenda at a
rousing meeting at Woodside United Methodist Church in Silver Spring last week, and the politicians turned out to hear it.
The event drew 708 religious leaders and congregants
Dec 8, 2005 – Lt. Gov. Michael S. Steele (R) was impressed. Sitting in a Bethesda church one evening last month, he watched as Montgomery County Executive ..
The lieutenant governor told the assembled members of Action In Montgomery, a network of congregations that has become perhaps the most powerful grass-roots organization in the county, that he was making progress on an immigration issue they had raised with him.