Daily Immigration News Clips – March 8, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 8, 2023.


The Hill Advocates erupt as Biden weighs return to family detention
By Rafael Bernal, Rebecca Beitsch

CNN Biden administration considering reviving detention of migrant families who cross border illegally
By Jeremy Diamond, Priscilla Alvarez

The Hill Americans divided on how many immigrants, asylum-seekers should be allowed into country: poll
By Julia Shapero

Wall Street Journal Biden Administration Considers Detaining Migrant Families to Manage Expected Border Surge
By Tarini Parti

Newsweek Julian Castro: Family Detention An 'Abandonment' of Biden Campaign Promise
By Adrian Carrasquillo

Border Report White House won’t weigh in on ‘rumors’ of reinstating migrant family detention
By Brett Samuels

The Washington Post Squeezed at border, Biden team weighs family detention restart
By Nick Miroff, Toluse Olorunnipa

Axios Biden eyes restart to migrant family detention
By Stef W. Kight

The Independent Oversight committee Republicans won’t sign Democrats’ letter denouncing white supremacy
By Alex Woodward

El Pais (Op-Ed) Time for the Americas to step up (again) on migration
By Juan Manuel Santos


ABC7 LA City Council lays groundwork to bar city from aiding immigration enforcement

Minnesota Public Radio ‘Sí se pudo’: Walz signs immigrant driver’s license bill into law
By Dana Ferguson

CBS News Miami Dreamers headed to Tallahassee to ask legislators to keep in-state tuition
By CBS News Team

City Journal (Op-Ed) On Immigration, Local Decisions Matter, Too
By Daniel Di Martino

Arizona Central (Op-Ed) Mexico kidnapping is a wakeup call
By Elvia Diaz