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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 30, 2022.
Mother Jones Biden Makes Big Move to Protect Dreamers—But the Program Remains Under Threat
By Isabela Dias
CNN A 'radical shift' at the border is making things tougher for Biden
By Catherine E. Shoichet
Inc. More Than Half of America’s Unicorns Have Immigrant Founders
By Steven I. Weiss
Washington Post Biden administration urges Supreme Court not to take citizenship case
By Robert Barnes
Border Report Texas State Guard troops arrive at El Paso migrant busing site
By Julián Reséndiz
The Hill (Op-Ed) Immigrants are key to addressing America’s labor shortage, lowering inflation, and growing our economy
By Rebecca Shi
WRAL Neither Wake sheriff candidate to support controversial immigration program 287(g)
By Julian Grace
Albuquerque Journal Immigrant from Brazil, 23, dies in ICE custody in NM
By Matthew Reisen
Texas Observer With Mohammed Amer, ‘Mo’ Means More Love
By Nguyên Lê
Hutchinson News (Op-Ed) How Do We Save Our Dreams? There’s Only One Way: Together
By Esmeralda Tovar-Mora
The Gazette (Op-Ed) Welcoming a Workforce
By Drew Kamp, Doug Neumann
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