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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 9, 2023.
Associated Press Judge orders halt to fast releases at US border with Mexico
By Elliot Spagat, David Fischer
Federal News Network U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services processing delays result in a lawsuit
By Tom Temin
CNN Marine injured in Kabul airport bombing recounts ‘catastrophic’ US withdrawal from Afghanistan at House hearing
By Jennifer Hansler
CBS News U.S. weighing reviving long-term detention of migrant families with children
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
POLITICO Federal judge, siding with Florida, blasts Biden administration on immigration
By Gary Fineout
Bloomberg Migrant Border Detention, 2024, Crypto Regs Update (Radio)
The Hill Hispanic lawmakers fret over Biden approach on family migrants
By Rafael Bernal, Rebecca Beitsch
ABC News Biden administration weighs detaining migrant families, sparking Democratic blowback
By Quinn Owen, Armando Garcia, Mary Bruce
Talking Points Memo Right-Wingers Have A New, Very Dependable Strategy To Game The Courts. Can It Be Stopped?
By Kate Riga
The American Prospect (Op-Ed) Biden’s Ostrich Maneuver on Immigration
By David Dyen
MSNBC (Op-Ed) The Biden administration is getting desperate on immigration
By Hayes Brown
The Hill (Op-Ed) What Biden’s deeply troubling asylum limit means for the economy
By Former Costa Rican President Carlos Alvarado Quesada
Dallas Morning News Uncertainty abound for Ukrainians in North Texas, both back home and in U.S.
By Zaeem Shaikh
The Austin Chronicle Local Immigration Advocacy Groups Aim to Blunt Right-Wing Proposals at the Lege
By Benton Graham
WBUR (Op-Ed) Thousands of Afghan women risked their lives to help the US. Congress should do right by them
By Lina Tori Jan, Melanne Verveer
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