Capital News Service

The Maryland Dream Act was passed by a 20 percent margin by Maryland voters after months of campaigning by supporters, including Casa de Maryland. Dreamers and advocates joyously celebrated voter approval of the Dream Act, which they say will bring affordable higher education to all Marylanders and long-term economic benefits to the state.

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Amanda Perez is a reporter in the Capital News Service broadcast bureau. A senior journalism major, she has worked as an assistant at the Journalism Center on Children and Families and interned with WCIV-TV ABC News 4 in Charleston, S.C.