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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 14, 2021.
Axios New DHS head tries end-around to shore up immigration rules
By Stef W. Kight, Jonathan Swan
ABC 13 Hundreds of landowners and 1,000s of migrants left in wake of border wall debate
By Ted Oberg
The Hill ICE acting director resigns weeks after assuming post
By CELINE CASTRONUOVO
Vox Trump’s plan to weaponize the census against immigrants has failed
By Nicole Narea
NPR Census Bureau Stops Work On Trump's Request For Unauthorized Immigrant Count
By HANSI LO WANG
Roll Call Census Bureau director: ‘Stand down’ on tracking immigrants
By Michael Macagnone
Capital & Main What Immigrant Rights Groups Want From Biden
By Gabriel Thompson
Mother Jones Kamala Harris Previewed Joe Biden’s Next Moves on Immigration—and Advocates Paid Close Attention
By FERNANDA ECHAVARRI
Al Dia Biden’s first real test as president is not the transfer of power, but immigration
By Ericka Conant
Dallas Morning News Will DACA survive the litigation roller coaster?
By DIANNE SOLIS
Associated Press Honduran migrants head for Guatemala border as police wait
By MarÍa Verza
USA Today (Op-ed) Trump's farcical border wall fails as immigration policy and impeachment distraction
By Laura Carlsen
NBC News 3 (Nevada) Nevada tells immigrants to get vaccinated, privacy laws protect immigration status
By Tiffany Lane
Houston Chronicle Immigrants' fears revived with pro-Trump riot at Capitol
By Olivia Tallet
Southern Maryland Chronicles Biden’s First Order of Business May Be to Undo Trump’s Policies, but It Won’t Be Easy
By Julie Rovne
San Antonio Express News (Editorial) Impeachment of Trump is Endorsement of Democracy
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