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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on December 24, 2020.
Washington Post Deportations of migrant families spiked in 2020
By Maria Sacchetti
Voice of America US Immigration Changes Won’t Happen Overnight, Biden Advisers Say
By Aline Barros
The Hill (Opinion) Mayorkas will set a new tone and agenda at DHS
By Ben Johnson
Ms. Magazine (Opinion) The Resilience of Immigrant Families Is on Full Display This Holiday Season
By NINA RABIN
The Hill (Opinion) Building a better DACA
By Michael Kagan
Forbes (Opinion) U.S. Immigration Reform To Be A Biden Priority
By Andy J. Semotiuk
Patriot Ledger Civil rights group sues Plymouth County sheriff over agreement on immigration arrests
By Wheeler Cowperthwaite
Arizona Public Media Mixed immigration families could be eligible for the next COVID-19 relief benefits
By Alisa Reznick
Sacramento Bee (Opinion) Immigrants play vital roles in the American economy and deserve pathway to citizenship
BY MICHAEL CHAVARRÍA
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