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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 16, 2023.
Bloomberg Musicians, Genealogists Blast Proposed Immigration Fee Hikes
By Andrew Kreighbaum
Roll Call Border chief asks House panel to boost migrant processing
By Suzanne Monyak
Law 360 Proposed Visa Fee Hikes Draw Widespread Criticism
By Britain Eakin
Washington Post Biden takes heat for border measures, but illegal crossings are down
By Nick Miroff, Maria Sacchetti
Associated Press Sharp drop in illegal border crossings continues in February
By Rebecca Santana
The Washington Times Border Patrol chief pleads for more agents, disagrees with Biden halting border wall construction
By Stephen Dinan
Reuters US official sees no link between Chinese migrants at border and fentanyl
By Ted Hesson, Michael Martina
Fox News Border Patrol chief says DHS doesn't have operational control of US border
By Adam Shaw
Newsweek Border Patrol Chief Admits Biden Official Wrong About 'Operational Control'
By Nick Mordowanec
Newsweek Marjorie Taylor Greene's 'Confidential' Border Bomb Was Actually a Fake
By Nick Reynolds
Forbes (Op-Ed) Labor Department Creates Permanent Immigration Chaos
By Stuart Anderson
CNN (Op-Ed) What history reveals about the DeSantis playbook
By Nicole Hemmer
Forbes (Op-Ed) Irregular Border Crossings To Be Addressed by Biden, Trudeau
By Andy J. Semotiuk
KDVR Immigrant detention bill advancing in Colorado legislature
By Lanie Lee Cook
Maine Public State lawmakers consider removing immigration status as a barrier to MaineCare
By Ari Snider
Sun-Sentinel (Op-Ed) Nicaraguan families need and deserve temporary protection from deportation
By Bertha Sanses
El Semanario (Op-Ed) Nefarious immigration policies are a slap in the face, no matter who they come from
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres
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