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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 1, 2023.
Wall Street Journal Immigration Judges Are Moving Fast, but Case Backlog Keeps Growing
By Alicia A. Caldwell
Democracy Now! “Alone and Exploited”: NYT Exposé Shows Migrant Kids in U.S. Forced into Brutal Jobs for Major Brands
New York Times Many Undocumented Immigrants Are Departing After Decades in the U.S.
By Miriam Jordan
Newsweek New Immigration Reform Campaign Puts Pressure On Biden To Act Ahead Of 2024
By Daniel Bush
NBC News Deputy secretary of labor pick got her start fighting for enslaved Thai garment workers
The New Republic Biden Has Fully Embraced Trump’s Asylum Policies
By Felipe De La Hoz
NewsNation Border, fentanyl top issues at Homeland Security hearing
By Devan Markham, Robert Sherman
ABC News GOP-led Homeland Security panel holds first border hearing, highlighting 'the human costs'
By Quinn Owen
PBS News Hour As Republicans move on immigration agenda, Latino Republicans push back
By Adriana Gomez Licon
Washington Examiner Impeaching Mayorkas: The five laws GOP says Biden's top border official broke
By Anna Giaritelli
Washington Post (Op-Ed) Some GOP governors are breaking with MAGA. Biden can help them do it.
By Greg Sargent
Washington Post (Op-Ed) On immigration, why is Biden resurrecting Trump policies?
By Catherine Rampell
Forbes (Op-Ed) Why The Biden Administration Needs To Preserve The Right To Asylum
By Michael Posner
Boston.com DeSantis, Florida officials move to have lawsuit over Martha’s Vineyard migrant flights dismissed
By Ross Cristantiello
Mississippi Public Broadcasting A small team works to aid immigrants in Louisiana: ‘Do the best you can with the time you have’
By Bobbi-Jeanne Misick
Kronkite News Pinal, Yuma officials tell House migration surge is overwhelming them
By Alexis Waiss
San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed) I was a judge in Peru so I know immigration law doesn’t always help people on the run
By Carmen Kcomt
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