Daily Immigration News Clips – March 31, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 31, 2021.


Associated Press Over 4,000 migrants, many kids, crowded into Texas facility
By Elliot Spagat and Nomaan Merchant

The Washington Post Biden administration allows media inside Texas border tents packed with minors
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Most Americans approve of Biden's handling of coronavirus, disapprove on immigration: poll
By Justine Coleman

The Hill GOP lawmakers ask Mayorkas for documents on warnings from DHS to Biden on immigration
By Joseph Choi

Associated Press No Ruling in Case Deciding Fate of DACA Immigration Program

Associated Press Hundreds of migrants set out from Honduras, dreaming of US
By Delmer MartÍnez and Claudio Escalon 

Reuters U.S. Vice President Harris, Guatemala's Giammattei discuss immigration -White House

Politico 'Who do they trust? It’s their union.’ Organized labor steps in to convince immigrant workers to get vaccines
By Eleanor Mueller

The Washington Post (Opinion) Biden’s border ‘crisis’ has little to do with the border
By Ishaan Tharoor

The Washington Post (Opinion) The bogus claim that Democrats seek to register ‘illegal aliens’ to vote
By Glenn Kessler

Business Insider (Opinion) Biden's immigration messaging is fine — the problem is his policies don't back up his 'don't come' message
By Josh Barro

The Atlantic (Op-Ed) Realism About the Border Is in Short Supply
By Cecilia Muñoz


Associated Press (Washington) Bill in Washington state would ban private immigration jail
By Gene Johnson

Politico New York (New York) Legislators nearing deal on multibillion-dollar fund for undocumented and ex-convicts
By Bill Mahoney

The Denver Post (Colorado) Colorado to become first state to provide public housing benefits regardless of immigration status, state officials say
By Alex Burness