Daily Immigration News Clips – September 8, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 8, 2023.


Los Angeles Times Biden administration considers forcing migrant families to remain in Texas
By Hamed Aleaziz

New York Times Is Texas’ Busing Responsible for the Migrant Crisis Across Cities?
By Miriam Jordan, Edgar Sandoval

Associated Press Immigrant girl on Chicago-bound bus from Texas died from infection, other factors, coroner says

Government Executive Biden's immigration policies are working, officials say, though workforces are being stretched thin
By Eric Katz

Axios Pro Google's Bhatia on the broken U.S. immigration system
By Maria Curi

The Hill Rio Grande buoy decision threatens Abbott’s border policy
By Saul Elbein and Rafael Bernal

Associated Press Regardless of immigration status, people in Minnesota can begin applying for driver’s licenses
By Trisha Ahmed

Politico Appeals court temporarily stays order for Texas to remove buoy barrier
By Andrew Zhang

Politico Trump’s border wall caused ‘significant’ cultural, environmental damage, watchdog finds
By Alex Guillen

New York Times In Escalation, Adams Says Migrant Crisis ‘Will Destroy New York City’
By Emma G. Fitzsimmons

The Guardian Critics condemn New York mayor for saying migration crisis will ‘destroy’ city
By Gloria Oladipo

The Hill Impeachment inquiry, funding could spell trouble for House GOP moderates
By Michael Schnell

Forbes Gabe Vasquez Urges House GOP To 'Put Politics Aside,' Work With Dems On Fentanyl & Border Crisis
By Cat Oriel


Minnesota Public Radio Minnesotans can now schedule appointments to get driver's license, regardless of immigration status
By Nina Moini

Bismark Tribune New North Dakota agency looks to bolster workforce through support for immigrants
By Jacob Fulton

Northjersey.com While Murphy balks at asylum seekers, these groups are already settling them in NJ
By Ricardo Kaulessar

Chicago Sun Times Migrants would move from police stations to big tents in ‘winterized base camps’ under mayor’s new plan
By Fran Spielman

Boston Globe ‘I don’t want to be left holding the bill’: Migrant arrivals push Mass. shelters, and towns, to the brink
By Matt Stout, Samantha J. Gross

Valley Central New Texas law asks Customs and Border Patrol to act as state law enforcement
By Frank McCaffrey