Daily Immigration News Clips – June 3, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 3, 2021.

National

Associated Press Texas push to close shelters for migrant kids alarms groups
By Adriana Gomez Licon and Acacia Coronado

The New York Times Texas is seeking to evict migrant children from state shelters.
By Eileen Sullivan

The Hill Trump rips Biden for ending 'Remain in Mexico' program: A 'disastrous decision'
By Rafael Bernal

USA Today 'We get the brunt': In Texas border towns in the Rio Grande Valley, life intertwines with migrant surge
By Rebecca Morin

NBC News Under Biden, crossing the border has become a lottery for migrants. Timing is everything.
By Julia Ainsley, Didi Martinez and Kenzi Abou-Sabe

KVEO-TV Border lawmakers: ‘America is built on immigrants, and we are also a nation of laws’

NPR Code Switch Where Are You Really From?
By Anjuli Sastry, Diba Mohtasham, and Julia Furlan

Roll Call Parliamentarian guidance deals blow to reconciliation strategy
By Paul M. Krawzak

Associated Press US urging Central America to tackle poverty, corruption
By Ben Fox

Associated Press Guatemalan lives upturned by failed immigration bids
By Sonia Perez D.

CNN Chamber of Commerce: Worker shortage can't be solved without ramping up immigration
By Matt Egan

The Washington Post (Editorial) Biden’s move to protect Haitians from deportation puts U.S. immigration policy back on track

The Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans are winning Latinos in Florida. Can they do it nationwide?
By James Hohmann

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Why Biden’s plan to slow migration through international aid is unlikely to succeed
By Nicholas R. Micinski

US News & World Report (Op-Ed) The Great Myth of Immigration Reform
By María Eugenia Campos Galván

Fox News (Op-Ed) Biden's border crisis has led to an America in chaos
By George P. Bush

Local

NPR (Houston) Immigration Courts Featuring Ruby Powers

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Migrant children are being sheltered at Pomona’s Fairplex. It’s not the first time the fairgrounds has housed detainees
By Kathy Yep and Summer Espinoza

The Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Abuse of women and children at root of immigration crisis
By Natalie Gonnella-Platts and Jenny Villatoro

Austin American-Statesman (Op-Ed) Why the church is called to help unaccompanied minors
By Brenda Kirk and Christine Sequenzia Titus