Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – February 6, 2024

2/6/24 AILA Doc. No. 24020604.
Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 6, 2024.

National

Politico Biden’s border win
By Myah Ward, Lauren Egan, Ben Johansen

Vox Democrats are trying to pass a right-wing border bill, but the GOP won’t let them
By Nicole Narea

CBS News/60 Minutes Chinese migrants are the fastest growing group crossing from Mexico into U.S. at southern border
By Sharyn Alfonsi

Mother Jones Is This the End of Biden’s “Moral Leadership” on Immigration?
By Isabela Dias

Border Report House GOP members not only ones finding fault with bipartisan effort to end years-long border crisis
By Julian Resendiz

Wall Street Journal The American City With a Message for Migrants: We Want You
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Politico Detention and that border ‘shutdown’: What’s really in Biden’s bipartisan immigration deal
By Jennifer Scholtes, Caitlin Emma

HuffPost In Huge Reversal, GOP Poised To Kill The Border-Ukraine Package It Demanded
By Igor Bobic

New Republic Why Mike Johnson Is Having a MAGA Meltdown Over the Border Deal
By Greg Sargent

Politico Senate's border deal teeters on brink of collapse
By Burgess Everett, Ursula Perano

New York Times G.O.P. Backlash to Border Deal Reflects Vanishing Ground for a Compromise
By Annie Karni

Associated Press Border bill supporters combat misleading claims that it would let in more migrants
By Mary Clare Jalonick

Opinion/Editorial

New York Times (Op-Ed) Immigrants Make America Stronger and Richer
By Paul Krugman

Washington Post (Editorial) The GOP dog caught the car. Again.

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) A Border Security Bill Worth Passing

Washington Post (Editorial) Republicans will never get another border security deal this good

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) How to turn down the pressure on the southern border
By DW Gibson

Local

WITF Nonprofit brings loan program to Pennsylvania for immigrants who can’t afford legal assistance
By Gabriela Martínez

CBS Colorado Future uncertain for some migrants as Denver begins discharge from shelters
By Kelly Werthmann

Texas Tribune Texas Democrats and Republicans split on border proposal — not necessarily on party lines
By Matthew Choi

NBC 5 Chicago Exclusive: Pritzker, Johnson, Preckwinkle meet to discuss Chicago migrant situation