Daily Immigration News Clips – September 12, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 12, 2023.


The Hill Biden’s punt to Congress on immigration is wearing thin with advocates
By Rafael Bernal

Politico More than 100 House Democrats are urging President Joe Biden to ‘use all the tools available’ to help undocumented immigrants.
By Daniela Diaz

Washington Post Flashpoints 2024: Immigration and security at the southern border
By Jorge Ribas, Whitney Leaming

The Hill 103 House Democrats join calls for Biden to open up the immigration playbook
By Rafael Bernal

New York Times New York Employers Are Eager to Hire Migrants. They Can’t.
By Jesse McKinley, Luis Ferré-Sadurní

The Guardian ‘If they catch us they’ll deport us’: DeSantis law hinders Idalia recovery
By Michael Sainato

New York Times McCarthy Is Under the Gun as the House Returns for a Spending Fight
By Carl Hulse

Washington Times Congressman says Maryland sheriff is too ‘anti-immigrant’ to work with ICE
By Stephen Dinan

Politico Dems inch toward House majority with recent court wins
By Zach Montellaro and Ally Mutnick

New York Daily News Ron DeSantis uses 9/11 anniversary to trash illegal immigration
By Dave Goldiner


Miami Herald This federal ruling will keep many Cubans from getting green cards to stay in the U.S.
By Syra Ortiz Blanes, Nora Gámez Torres

Michigan Live ‘Our economy wouldn’t work without them.’ Report shows how immigrants contribute to Kent County
By Brian McVicar

Texas Tribune Slim majority of Texans support Gov. Greg Abbott’s border buoys, poll finds
By Matthew Choi

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Migrant crisis puts Healey in unwinnable fight
By Marcela García