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Reject Trump policy of separating families at the border

New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has ordered the majority of National Guard troops deployed at her state's Southern border to withdraw, condemning what she called a "charade of border fear-mongering" by President Trump, who has warned of an immigration emergency in the region. "I reject the federal contention that there exists an overwhelming national security crisis at the Southern border," Lujan Grisham said, adding that the area has "some of the safest communities in the country."

The governor's order covers most of New Mexico's deployed troops, along with Guard members who have traveled from AR, KS, KY, NH, SC, and WI. In all, 118 National Guard troops have been deployed in New Mexico, the governor's office said.

At least five states, including two led by Republicans, rejected the president's call to send troops., with Maryland's Gov. Larry Hogan saying his state wanted nothing to do with the Trump administration policy of separating families at the border.

Source: NPR Fact-Check on 2018 Maryland Gubernatorial race , Feb 6, 2019

Reasoned & careful decision about resettling Syrian refugees

Gov. Larry Hogan says Maryland will "make a very reasoned and careful decision" about how it will proceed in policy regarding potential Syrian refugees. The Republican said the issue is one that "we'll be looking at very closely."
Source: ABC News on Syrian Refugee Crisis , Nov 16, 2015

Feed & clothe illegal immigrant kids; then deport them

Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan says the state of Maryland should not house some of the thousands of children coming into the U.S. illegally from Central America.

Hogan says the state needs to respond to this "humanitarian crisis" by providing for their immediate needs of food, and clothing and medical care, but then Hogan says these children have to be deported. "I want to reunite them back with their parents in their home countries," Hogan told the C-4 Show today. "I think it is absolutely ridiculous to take these children and to be busing them thousands of miles from their point of entry, to try to house them in Maryland, when we can't house our own kids, and we have a broken health care system."

Governor O'Malley asked clergy leaders to help create a network of foster families to help house these children, provide them with access to health care, and to provide them with other assistance as they wait to be reunited with relatives, or wait to be sent home.

Source: WBAL News Radio 1090 on 2018 Maryland Gubernatorial race , Jul 29, 2014

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