Dozens of people turned up Tuesday afternoon to voice support or opposition to a proposed bill that would require Baltimore County jails to screen for illegal immigrants, according to The Baltimore Sun.
Pamela Wood reports that the bill is likely to fail because it doesn’t have enough support. It was introduced by Republican council members Wade Kach, Todd Crandell and David Marks. But Wood reports that the four Democrats on the council said they oppose the legislation.
The story is available here.