Maryland Headlines: This Army veteran served his country. Will his undocumented wife be deported?

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Now that Trump is president, Ricardo Pineda fears his wife, Veronica Castro, could be detained when she checks in with immigration authorities April 4.   Griselda San Martin / For The Washington PostThis Army veteran served his country. Will his undocumented wife be deported?Now that Trump is president, Ricardo Pineda fears his wife, Veronica Castro, could be detained when she checks in with immigration authorities April 4.By Theresa Vargas •  Read more »Maryland lawmakers scrap requirement that transit systems cover some of their operating costsSupporters of the change say the mandate has discouraged the state from improving service.By Katherine Shaver •  Read more » A university’s painting went missing. Police are searching for three people of interestIt was found a day later, a spokeswoman said.By Victoria St. Martin •  Read more » 
ADVERTISEMENT Controversial schools bill passes Md. legislature despite Hogan veto threatOn a busy Tuesday, the Democratic-majority legislature also passed addiction-treatment bills and legislation that would require the state to pay Planned Parenthood if it loses federal funding.By Ovetta Wiggins and Josh Hicks •  Read more » ICE agents arrest father of Rockville High School rape suspectThe father, Adolfo Sanchez-Reyes, was being held in custody in Howard County, Md.By Dan Morse •  Read more » 
ADVERTISEMENT Montgomery council member Marc Elrich enters 2018 race for county executive“No money from developers,” vows the former elementary school teacher.By Bill Turque •  Read more » Murder charges dropped in double-homicide at mall in Wheaton, Md.Search continues for person or people who stabbed two men in January.By Dan Morse •  Read more »   Get the Local Headlines newsletterDaily headlines about the Washington region.Sign Up »     Share Maryland Headlines:      Twitter     FacebookTrouble reading? Click here to view in your browser.You received this email because you signed up for Maryland Headlines or because it is included in your subscription. For additional free newsletters or to manage your newsletters, click here.We respect your privacy. If you believe that this email has been sent to you in error or you no longer wish to receive email from The Washington Post, click hereContact us for help.©2017 The Washington Post, 1301 K St NW, Washington DC 20071   

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