Local governments roll out the red carpet to attract outside businesses like Amazon, but what do they do to breed and nurture local entrepreneurs?
Jurisdictions in Montgomery County like Takoma Park extended voting in municipal elections to non-citizens years ago. Last week, the Hyattsville City Council voted to do the same, allowing all residents, whether undocumented immigrants or those here on visas, to have a say in local matterss. Mount Rainier, Md. has a similar law in the works as well. But not all residents support the policy. We discuss what the decision means for residents, and why some have concerns.
- Joseph Solomon Member, Hyattsville City Council (Ward 5)
- Kevin Oriani Resident, Hyattsville Maryland
- Tracy Hadden Loh Member, Mt Rainier City Council (Ward 1)
- Franklin Ventura Hyattsville resident
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