Maryland Town Gives Illegals Right to Vote
Government leaders in College Park, Maryland have voted to give illegal aliens the right to vote. Click here to listen to Todd's podcast on this outrageous issue.
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Illegals are now allowed to vote in College Park, Maryland. City council members say it’s the only way to make their community more inclusive. Do you agree or disagree? Call Todd right now 888 788 9910 and voice your opinion on The Todd Starnes Show.
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12:05 PM My Word! DACA! House Freedom Caucus (HFC) Chairman Mark Meadows said the powerful conservative group is planning to craft a bill aimed at reforming the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative. President Donald Trump placed a six month limit in September on the Obama-era executive order, which provides a safeguard for more than 800,000 illegal immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. The measure provides Congress a window to deliver a legislative solution for the program. Meadows told reportersTuesday the HFC is hoping to put together a working group to begin constructing the measure within the week. “We’re actually working on legislation. We obviously have a six-month time frame coming up to deal with DACA, and so it’s better that we put some guys on it to work on — work on legislation instead of just waiting back for something to happen,” Meadows said. The North Carolina Republican said the conservative group is hoping to compose a “multifaceted” plan to deal with immigration-related issues.
12:20 PM Illegal Voting! After months of debate, College Park decided Tuesday evening that non-citizens, who live in town, will be allowed to vote in city elections, according to The Diamondback. The decision came after hours of debate, in which two counter-proposals failed, and dozens of residents spoke in favor and in opposition to the plan. Under the new policy, green-card holders, undocumented immigrants and student-visa holders are all allowed to vote in local elections. The debate first started in June, when the charter change was first introduced. It was then hotly debated at a July public hearing. The issue received national attention, leading to threatening messages being sent to council members. In August, an expected vote on the issue was postponed to this week. Leading up to this vote, hundreds sent in public comment. College Park now joins at least 10 other municipalities in Maryland, which have allowed non-citizen voting in local elections, including Hyatsville, Mount Rainier, Chevy Chase, Glen Echo, and Takoma Park.
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