Daily Immigration News Clips – September 6, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 6, 2023.


Wall Street Journal Texas ‘Floating Border Wall’ Fails to Deter Migrants
By Santiago Perez, Michelle Hackman

Washington Post As migrants continue to arrive in D.C. concerns remain about capacity
By Michael Brice-Saddler

CBS News Border wall towers over Congressional shutdown standoff
By Scott MacFarlane

The Hill Hispanic Democrats want Biden to cut the red tape for migrants
By Rafael Bernal

Los Angeles Times This Indian family tried to immigrate to the U.S. legally. They ended up separated and in legal limbo
By Andrea Castillo

New York Times Consistent Signs of Erosion in Black and Hispanic Support for Biden
By Nate Cohn

The Hill White House attacks House Republicans over fentanyl
By Alex Gangitano

Time (Op-Ed) Aging Americans Face Bleak Futures Unless We Let New Immigrants Help
By Kristie De Pena, Robert Leonard

The Nation (Op-Ed) Only a Social Movement Can Win Real Immigration Reform
By David Bacon


Axios Boston Work permit delays exacerbate Massachusetts' migrant crisis
By Steph Solis

WHYY New Jersey immigrant rights groups call comments from South Jersey leaders ‘hurtful, racist, and xenophobic’
By P. Kenneth Burns

Tampa Bay Times Future of immigrant kids program uncertain after Hillsborough doesn’t renew lease
By Juan Carlos Chavez

Texas Tribune Texas Senate rejects all motions to dismiss Ken Paxton impeachment charges
By Patrick Svitek, Zach Despart

Miami Herald (Editorial) Florida’s new immigration law isn’t just cruel. It’s an awakening to our hypocrisy