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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 6, 2023.
Law 360 Judge Orders NJ Imm. Court To Decide Remote Requests
By Micah Danney
The Washington Post A cleaning company illegally employed a 13-year-old. Her family is paying the price.
By Maria Sacchetti, Lauren Kaori Gurley
EdSource Family reunited after four years separated by Trump-era immigration policy
By Zaidee Stavely
Law360 Texas Court Can't Cancel DACA Nationwide, Feds Say
By Micah Danney
Esquire Fix Our Immigration System? First We Have to Get a Grip.
By Jack Holmes
The New York Times Lawmakers Clamor for Action on Child Migrant Labor as Outrage Grows
By Hannah Dreier, Luke Broadwater
Wall Street Journal Biden Border Deterrence Plan Bets on Giving Asylum Seekers Legal Path to U.S.
By Michelle Hackman, Eric Bazail-Eimil
Fox News Gov. DeSantis' immigration plan would invalidate Gov. Newsom's IDs for illegal immigrants
By Jon Michael Raash
CNN Fact check: Trump delivers wildly dishonest speech at CPAC
By Daniel Dale
MSNBC (Op-Ed) Can these Latino conservatives hold the line against the nativists in the GOP?
By Julio Ricardo Varela
Austin American-Statesman 'Sí se puede': Hundreds rally to demand an end to Gov. Abbott's Operation Lone Star
By Hope Unger
San Diego Union-Tribune ICE detainees allege retaliation after speaking out about medical conditions at Otay Mesa Detention Center
By Kate Morrissey
The Texas Tribune U.S. Rep. Tony Gonzales defiant as he faces censure for breaking with Republican Party
By Patrick Svitek
Florida Phoenix Former FL GOP chair Cardenas: Proposal to stop in-state tuition for FL dreamers is ‘mean spirited’
By Mitch Perry
The Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Haitians are desperately looking for sponsors in Boston
By Marcela García
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