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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 7, 2023.
CBS News Judge orders Texas to remove floating border barriers, granting Biden administration request
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
CNN Some workers who rebuild homes after hurricanes are afraid to go to Florida. They blame a law DeSantis championed
By Catherine E. Shoichet
NBC News An asylum-seeker died in immigration custody. His family wants answers.
By Carmen Sesin
News Nation As families migrate to US, advocates warn of separation, trauma
By Katie Smith
Forbes (Op-Ed) Changing Visa Bulletin Could Save Immigrants And H-1B Visa Holders
By Stuart Anderson
Texas Standard Immigration process may leave some Afghans in Texas unable to work
By Paul Flahive
Miami Herald Migrant kids are moving through Latin America and the Caribbean in record numbers, U.N. says
By Syra Ortiz Blanes
KFOX14 Employer verification system sparks debate over immigration reform
By Robert Holguin
KRLD Texas Wants to Know: How does immigration impact the state's economy?
By Chris Blake
The News-Gazette Guatemalan immigrant led way in helping others who spoke his language
By Luke Taylor
The Shoestring (Op-Ed) Language Justice Still Needed For Immigrant Drivers
By Aina de Lapparent Alvarez
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