Daily Immigration News Clips – September 18, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 18, 2023.


Wall Street Journal Why Biden’s Border Policies Aren’t Working
By Michelle Hackman

Bloomberg DACA Case Judge Has History of Ruling Against Deportation Relief
By Suzanne Monyak

Politico They Thought Their Sick Little Girl Would Be Safe in America. Then It Denied Her Family Entry.
By Tanvi Misra

Newsbreak Immigrants in, guns out: how the GOP fuels the immigration crisis
By Lance R. Fletcher

Politico The House GOP unveiled a new spending plan. It still won’t avert a shutdown.
By Olivia BEavers, Sarah Ferris, Jordain Carney

Marketplace Immigration reform seen as key to U.S. AI leadership
By Matt Levin

Bloomberg House Republicans Prepare to Turn US Government Shutdown Into Immigration Clash
By Erik Wasson, Laura Litvan

Associated Press Uncertain and afraid: Florida’s immigrants grapple with a disrupted reality under new law
By Gisela Salomon

New York Times Mayor Adams’s Ability to Freely Spend Money on Migrants May Be Curtailed
By Jay Root

CBS News Latino voters want Biden to take more aggressive action on immigration, polls find
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez, Fin Gomez

Los Angeles Times In an increasingly pessimistic era, immigrants espouse a hallmark American trait — optimism
By Brittny Mejia, Jeong PArk, Jack Herrera

The Messenger Biden Campaign Turns to the NFL and Liga MX to Debut New ‘Spanglish’ Ad to Mark Hispanic Heritage Month (Exclusive)
By Adrian Carasquillo

Washington Post (Op-Ed) A GOP plan to raise the minimum wage is also a bid for immigration reform
By Ramesh Ponnuru


Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) We need immigrants more than ever. They keep hope in this country alive
By Gustavo Arellano

Chicago Tribune (Op-Ed) How Illinois can respond to the migrant crisis before it overwhelms our communities
By Paul Vallas