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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 26, 2021.
IndicaNews H-4 EAD & L2 work permit delays: Lawsuit underlines problem
By Ritu Jhu
HuffPost The Challenges Of Refusing To Deport Children
By Amanda Terkel
Sinclair Broadcasting Group Biden pushes for more cooperation from Mexico amid migrant surge
By Stephen Loiaconi
The Quint VP Harris to Tackle US Border Influx: How Difficult is The Job?
By Mekhala Saran
The New York Times Biden Assails Republicans Over Voting Rights and Defends Record on Border
By Michael D. Shear and Zolan Kanno-Youngs
The Washington Post Answering reporters, Biden shows sympathy for migrants, imprecision on some facts
By Nick Miroff
The Wall Street Journal Biden’s First Press Conference Tackles Filibuster, Immigration, Afghanistan
By Alex Leary and Andrew Restuccia
The Hill Biden: No child should be in border facility for more than 72 hours
By Jonathan Easley
The Hill Biden: Migrants aren't coming to US 'because I'm a nice guy'
By Rebecca Beitsch
The Hill Biden's claim US sending back vast majority of migrant families not true: CNN
By John Bowden
The Hill Biden makes 'no apologies' for Trump border rollback
By Morgan Chalfant
Associated Press Biden vows action on migrants as he defends border policy
By Ben Fox
The Washington Post The migrant ‘surge’ at the U.S. southern border is actually a predictable pattern.
By Tom K. Wong, Gabriel De Roche and Jesus Rojas Venzor
The Wall Street Journal Biden Tries to Stem Border Surge With Diplomacy, More Shelter Space
By Michelle Hackman and Tarini Parti
Politico Biden wants Mexico to accept migrant families who enter the U.S.
By Sabrina Rodriguez
The Hill GOP looks to squeeze Biden, Democrats on border
By Jordain Carney
USA Today Biden continues to use Title 42, a Trump-era immigration policy. But he's made one key change.
By Rebecca Morin
CNN Lawmakers spotlight border crisis during dueling trips to Texas
By Daniella Diaz
Newsweek Donald Trump Admits He Withheld Funds to 'Punish' Central America Over Immigration: 'They Abused Us'
By Daniel Villareal
Politico There’s an Immigration Crisis, But It’s Not the One You Think
By Zack Stanton
NBC News America's immigration impasse is self-inflicted. It doesn't have to be.
By Suzanne Gamboa
Houston Chronicle (Editorial) Biden's press blackout is bad politics, bad policy. We need truth, not censorship, at the border
The Baltimore Sun (Editorial) Southern border: Sure it’s a crisis; it never stopped being one
The Seattle Times (Editorial) Legalize America’s essential immigrant farmworkers
The Washington Post (Opinion) At Biden’s presser, bad questions adopt a right-wing frame
By Greg Sargent
The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Stop using ‘surge’ and ‘wave’ to describe what’s happening at the border
By Julio Ricardo Varela
USA Today (Op-Ed) Congress could help this young mom and other families trapped in an immigration Catch-22
By Sharlee Mullins Glenn and Jennifer Fuentes Langi
Associated Press (Texas) Small Texas border town is thoroughfare for migrant children
By Elliot Spagat
The Detroit News (Michigan) Report: Just 1.3% of Border Patrol arrests in Michigan connected to illegal border crossings
By Sarah Rahal
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