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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 31, 2022.
LA Times 99% of L.A. asylum seekers — many kids — in Biden program face deportation, report says
By Cindy Carcamo
The Hill Biden pressed to take unusual strategy on Title 42 court fight
By Rebecca Beitsch
Washington Post Biden prepares asylum overhaul at border, but court challenges loom
By Nick Miroff
Bloomberg Biden Bets on New Asylum Rule to Tame Chaos at Southern Border
By Thomas Black and Francesca Maglione
The Hill Around 100,000 ‘Dreamers’ to graduate without shot at work permits
By Rafael Bernal
New York Times Illegal Immigration Is Down, Changing the Face of California Farms
By Eduardo Porter
Fox News Border Surge: Migrants Cross River Obstacles
By Caroline Elliott
New York Times Border Patrol Tactical Unit Has at Times Played High-Profile Role
By Eileen Sullivan
Voice of America Why Immigrant Children Excel More than US-Born Kids
By Dora Mekouar
San Diego Union Tribune (Op-Ed) Take it from a medical professional. Title 42 was never about protecting public health.
By Linda Hill
Kansas Reflector Immigrants face new reality and old fears under a Kansas law banning ‘sanctuary’ cities
By Noah Taborda
WGBH Legislators call for investigation into Boston asylum office over low rate of approvals
By Sarah Betancourt
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