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Howard County ends contract with ICE that allowed immigration detainees to be housed at detention center

March 23, 2021

Howard County is ending its 26-year contract with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that allowed immigration detainees to be housed at the detention center in Jessup, according to documents from the Howard County Office of Law. At the direction of County Executive Calvin Ball, the Howard County Detention Center sent written notice of its intent to terminate the contract on Friday.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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