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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 27, 2023.
Yahoo News What to know about Biden’s controversial new rule for asylum seekers
By Caitlin Dickson and Jana Winter
CNN International NYT Investigation Exposes U.S. Migrant Labor Abuses
Featuring Greg Chen responding to story uncovered by the NYT
New York Times Alone and Exploited, Migrant Children Work Brutal Jobs Across the U.S.
By Hannah Dreier
AsAm News Fears growing about impact of xenophobic rhetoric in Congress
NBC News Immigration rights advocates are attacking a new Biden policy. Jim Jordan is not.
By Julia Ainsley and Ali Vitali
Los Angeles Times Asylum seekers face decision to split up families or wait indefinitely under new border policy
By Andrea Castillo
NPR Congressman Henry Cuellar says Biden's rule to restrict asylum is 'reasonable'
By Michael Martin and Tinbete Ermyas
Washington Post High-skilled visa holders at risk of deportation amid tech layoffs
By Erica Werner
POLITICO Biden immigration policy aides to depart amid criticism of new migration policy
By Myah Ward
TIME Want Lower Grocery Prices? Pass Immigration Reform, Says Land O'Lakes CEO Beth Ford
By John Simons
Yahoo News Fox News Poll: Majorities support policies to strengthen border but also to make it easier to immigrate to US
CNN He deported thousands of people, then learned he was undocumented
By Catherine E. Shoichet
Denver7 Colorado lawmakers considering ban on immigration detention agreements
By Brandon Richard
Miami Herald Florida can’t run without immigrant labor, so good luck with your crackdown, Gov. DeSantis | Opinion
By Fabiola Santiago
Urban Milwaukee (Op-Ed) State Should Restore Driver’s Licenses for Immigrant Workers
By Ruth Conniff
CT Post Opinion: Recent CT immigrants fuel inspiration, reaffirmation
By Mark G. Contreras
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