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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 24, 2021.
Dallas Morning News Number of teen migrants rises at Dallas emergency shelter as volunteers step up to help
By Dianne Solis
WLBT Local leaders disagree on best way to handle flood of immigrants at U.S.-Mexico border
By Patrice Clark
Associated Press Girl’s solo journey to US border shows risks parents take
By Adriana Gomez Lico
Wall Street Journal Migrant Surge at U.S. Border Prompts White House Talks With Mexico, Guatemala
By Michelle Hackman and Santiago Perez
The Hill Biden administration to open second facility for migrant children in Texas
By CELINE CASTRONUOVO
CNN Nearly twice as many unaccompanied migrant children apprehended daily at US-Mexico border as at 2019 peak
By Geneva Sands and Paul LeBlanc
CNN How the current US-Mexico border crisis compares with the peak of the Trump era in 2019
By Priscilla Alvarez
Politico Biden under fire for border wall cash freeze
By CAITLIN EMMA
Politico HHS seeking use of two Texas military posts to house unaccompanied minors, Pentagon says
By BENJAMIN DIN
NPR CBP Defends Conditions At Border Detention Centers Amid Upsurge In Migrants
By Scott Neuman
Houston Public Media Humanitarian Crisis At The US-Mexico Border: Stories Of Migrants, Asylum Seekers And Children
By CATHERINE LU
The Guardian Biden administration struggles to turn chaos into order on US border
By Alexandra Villarreal
The American Prospect Did CNN Air a Staged Migrant Crossing of the Rio Grande?
By Marcia Brown
CBS News Biden administration to open emergency shelters with more than 16,000 migrant children in U.S. custody
By MANUEL BOJORQUEZ
Wall Street Journal GOP Senate Hopefuls Embrace Tough Border Talk
By Siobhan Hughes
Politico ‘This is a wake-up call’: Georgia’s Asian communities turn tragedy into political power
By Maya King
Associated Press US and Mexico discuss immigration in high level meetings
By Christopher Sherman
Washington Post In Mexico, Biden team asks for more help stopping irregular migration
By Mary Beth Sheridan and Gabriela Martínez
Newsweek Mexico's President Says Biden's Promise of Better Treatment for Migrants Causing Border Surge
By Benjamin Fearnow
Politico Former Trump DHS chief Chad Wolf starts consulting firm
By Daniel Lippman
USA Today After sharp restrictions under Trump, Biden projected to expand legal immigration, Pew analysis shows
By Matthew Brown
Morning Consult Talk of a Border Crisis Is Breaking Through to Voters, Elevating Immigration and Security Concerns
By ELI YOKLEY
Washington Post (Opinion) Chaos at the border was predictable. So why wasn’t Biden prepared?
By Karen Tumulty
Washington Post (Opinion) Walls don’t work. Open borders don’t work. It’s time to try realism.
By Charles Lane
New York Times (Op-ed) Solving the Migrant Crisis Means Going Beyond Our Border
By Veronica Escobar
The Hill (Op-ed) Fixing three loopholes would solve our border crisis
By Tom Homan
Houston Chronicle (Op-ed) Only change south of the border could slow refugee tide
By James M. Hamilton
The Falmouth Enterprise (Massachusetts) Immigration To Be Topic Of Discussion
LA Times (California) Can California’s first Latino senator break Washington’s gridlock on immigration reform?
By Sarah D. Wire
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