To reverse the Dream Act recently signed by Maryland's Governor that will divert scarce taxpayer dollars to illegal aliens for in-state college tuition rates.
7/14/11, "Less than $14,000 spent on petition drive," Baltimore Sun
5/24/11, "Petition against Dream Act gains support," Washington Times
(I included the Wash. Times article because the Balt. Sun article only said the referendum was about the Dream Act, didn't say what the petitioners wanted to do about it and why).
"The Dream Act would allow in-state tuition for college-aged illegal immigrants who have graduated from Maryland schools and come from taxpaying families. The students would start at community colleges but also could pay the in-state rate if they matriculate to a four-year school....
A petition drive has not successfully forced a referendum in the state since 1992, when a law easing restrictions on abortions was upheld in a popular vote."...
via Lucianne.com, photo Wash. Times
Friday, July 15, 2011
Community organizing on a shoestring in Maryland during the Obama Depression, a man, a petition, and a clipboard
Posted by susan at 9:34 AM