Daily Immigration News Clips – August 10, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 10, 2023.


NPR Who is sneaking fentanyl across the southern border? Hint: it's not the migrants
By Joel Rose

Newsweek Close-Up Video Shows Texas Floating Barrier Has Circular Saws
By Khaleda Rahman

Federal News Network How the immigration court dockets look from the judges’ point of view
By Tom Temin

The Hill Democrats tour Rio Grande amid criticism of recently installed buoys, razor wire
By Tara Suter

Associated Press NYC mayor wants more aid from the Biden administration to offset $12B in costs for housing migrants
By Bobby Caina Calvan

New York Times Mayor Adams Says Migrant Influx Will Cost New York City $12 Billion
By Jeffery C. Mays

Politico NYC mayor puts $12 billion cost on migrant crisis, blames ‘broken’ national immigration system
By Emily Ngo

New York Times (Op-Ed) A Better Border Policy Is Possible
By Andrea R. Flores

Foreign Affairs (Op-Ed) The Border Crisis That Wasn’t
By Andrew Selee


El Paso Times Texas arrests separating migrant families may hinge on a key element: Landowners’ permission
By Rick Jervis, John C. Moritz

WUSF Undocumented students face new challenges under Florida's immigration law
By Danielle Prieur

Boston Herald In-state tuition for undocumented students becomes law under signed FY24 budget
By Chris Van Buskirk

Tampa Bay Times Judge denies request to block Florida law making it a crime to drive people in the US illegally
By Associated Press

Local10 News Immigration parole program: Cuban mother dreams of family reunion in Miami-Dade
By Cody Weddle

CalMatters (Op-Ed) Karen Bass sees bused migrants as humans. Greg Abbott sees them as pawns in his overstated crisis
By Jim Newton

La Opinión (Op-Ed) Abbott’s buoys show his limitless cruelty
By Maribel Hastings, David Torres

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) In our immigrant crisis, an opportunity
By Yvonne Abraham