Daily Immigration News Clips – March 17, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 17, 2023.


Border Report Thousands oppose asylum ‘travel ban’ rule
By Julian Resendiz

The Nation Biden Has Now Embraced Republican Restrictionism on Immigration
By Gaby Del Valle

POLITICO House GOP quietly preps take two of its border push
By Jordain Carney

Border Report Russian family struggling to support themselves in Seattle after crossing border
By Sandra Sanchez

NPR How Sen. Catherine Cortez Mastro, from swing state Nevada, views immigration
By Steve Inskeep

POLITICO Biden inches closer to the center to win over Republicans he’ll need in 2024
By Daniella Diaz and Jonathan Lemire

Reason (Op-Ed) Ron DeSantis' Immigration Playbook Is All About Big Government
By Fiona Harrigan

Washington Post (Op-Ed) St Patrick’s Day reminds us of the importance of welcoming immigrants
By Carly Goodman


WKRC President Biden's new asylum restrictions draws criticism from local experts
By Cassy Arsenault

News Center Maine More than 750 asylum seekers have arrived in Portland since Jan. 1
By Sean Stackhouse

Lexington Herald Leader While population has declined in Eastern KY, region is seeing increases from immigration
By Rick Childress

Florida Phoenix Repeal of in-state tuition in FL for Dreamers could still happen – though not in immigration bill
By Mitch Perry

WLRN Miami A measure expanding DeSantis' crackdown on illegal immigration draws pushback
By Dara Kam