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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 3, 2023.
The New Yorker Are Biden’s Immigration Policies Stuck in the Trump Era?
By Isaac Chotiner
Los Angeles Times News Analysis: Biden’s new asylum proposal could affect the border forever
By Hamed Aleaziz
The Hill Suicide attempts highlight mental health concerns in immigrant detention
By Rafael Bernal
Documented New OSHA Rules Empower Immigrant Workers
By Amir Khafagy
Washington Times Rep. Matt Gaetz: GOP doesn't have the votes to impeach Mayorkas
By Stephen Dinan and Kerry Picket
NBC News Business-immigration group alarmed over DeSantis proposal to repeal in-state tuition for Dreamers
By Carmen Sesin, Suzanne Gamboa
Ms. Magazine (Op-Ed) New Asylum Ban Guts Basic Principles of Protection
By Mary Giovagnoli
USA Today (Op-Ed) Biden touts immigration ideals. When will he protect Dreamers like me from deportation?
By Mitzi Colin Lopez
Texas Monthly Fleeing for Your Life? There’s An App for That.
By Jack Herrera
Chalkbeat Colorado Once an unaccompanied minor, this college student now fights for immigration reform
By Yesenia Robles
Texas Observer Abbott Wants to Deny Undocumented Kids a Public Education
By Josephine Lee
Kent Reporter (Op-Ed) Washington needs a pragmatic approach for helping asylum seekers
By Hayley Richbart
Las Cruces Sun News (Op-Ed) Showing up for immigrants through supportive state legislation
By Kenneth Ferrone
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