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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 14, 2023.
CBS News U.S. to extend legal stay of Ukrainian refugees processed along Mexican border
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
Associated Press Texas Republicans propose state immigration police force
By Acacia Coronado
Law360 Families Urge Judge To Find US Wanted Separations To Hurt
By Micah Danney
Washington Post Texas Republicans propose state immigration police force
By Acacia Coronado
Fox News Texas lawmakers react to the El Paso migrant rush: 'Full-blown invasion at our southern border'
By Houston Keene
CNN Why the US northern border is experiencing record migration
By Polo Sandoval and Sarah Boxer
BBC News Frustrated migrants storm border between Mexico and El Paso, Texas
Associated Press Agents stop crowd at Texas border crossing amid asylum woes
New York Times (Op-Ed) We Should Give Up the Fantasy of Solving the Border Crisis
By Dara Lind
Forbes (Op-Ed) Survey Finds H-1B Visa Restrictions Push More Jobs Out Of U.S.
By Stuart Anderson
Houston Public Media Politically motivated border policies, coverage of migrant caravans have done little to curb illegal immigration, Rice University study finds
By Rebecca Noel
KERA News Cornyn hopes to block Biden plan that would allow tens of thousands of migrants to remain in U.S.
By Julián Aguilar
Houston Chronicle Sen. John Cornyn wants Congress to 'overrule' Biden's border plan
By Benjamin Wermund
Chicago Sun-Times (Editorial) Reinstating detention of migrant families? U.S. has a better alternative that already works.
By Editorial Board
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