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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 23, 2023.
Law360 Biden's Asylum Rule May Also Die Like Trump's 'Transit Ban'
By Britain Eakin
Vox How Biden came to embrace Trumpian border policies
By Nicole Narea
CNN Fury over Biden's new asylum policy grows after he thanks Poland for welcoming Ukrainian refugees
By MJ Lee, Priscilla Alvarez
Associated Press How Biden asylum rule affects immigration, compares to Trump
By Rebecca Santana
The Guardian Biden unveils Trump-style plan to deter asylum seekers at Mexico border
By Guardian staff and agencies
PBS News Hour Sen. Elizabeth Warren on the economy, immigration and how to shore up Social Security
By Amna Nawaz, Kyle Midura
Salon "Cruelty": New Biden rule denounced as "Trump's asylum ban under a different name"
By Jake Johnson
Washington Post (Op-Ed) We’ve erased Black immigrants from our story, obscuring a racist system
By Carly Goodman
Forbes (Op-Ed) Immigrants Make Economies More Dynamic, Increase Employment Growth
By Stuart Anderson
DCist Bused To D.C. Nine Months Ago, This Migrant Family Struggles To Make The Region Their Home
By Amanda Michelle Gomez, Héctor Alejandro Arzate
Colorado Sun Colorado sheriff is allowed to enter into immigration-enforcement agreement with feds, judge rules
By Jesse Paul
Chicago Sun Times Chicago groups scramble to find housing for newly arrived immigrants 6 months after busing began
By Elvia Malagón
Crain’s Chicago Business (Op-Ed) Chicago could lead the way in advocating for a startup visa
By Fiona McEntee, Julio Meno, Patrick Dunbar-Levoie, Chetal Patel
Latino Los Ángeles (Op-Ed) Between the legacy of César Chávez and the anti-immigrant vision of Republican extremism
By Maribel Hastings, David Torres
The Salt Lake Tribune (Op-Ed) Why Gov. Spencer Cox wants to sponsor immigrants to come work in Utah
By Emily Anderson Stern
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