July 18th, 2012 by WCBC Radio
Two referendum questions are already on the ballot in Maryland; another is virtually assured and the Governor is pushing hard for a fourth to be added. The November General Election ballot in Maryland has a chance to include four hot button, controversial issues for voters to decide. The so-called Dream Act would allow some illegal immigrants to received college tuition in the state and although it was approved by the general assembly, it has drawn the ire of many republicans, and has been successfully petitioned to referendum. Delegate Leroy Myers, a republican who represents Washington and Allegany counties, tells WCBC News that he doesn’t see a large percentage of citizens signing off on that bill.