Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – June 27, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 27, 2024.


Axios These 4 issues will likely define the Trump-Biden debate
By Ivana Saric

Los Angeles Times Trump wants mass deportations. Can Biden sell a more nuanced approach during the debate?
By Benjamin Oreskes

Marketplace New era of semiconductor manufacturing clashes with dated immigration laws
By Elizabeth Trovall

The 19th The newest deciders: Almost 2 million women have become U.S. citizens since the 2020 election
By Barbara Rodriguez

The Latino Newsletter Latino Data Hub Action Lab Launched for Advocacy and Policymaking Efforts

Axios Scoop: Biden seizes debate limelight for "Project 2025" push
By Zachary Basu

Newsweek ISIS Smuggling Reports Create Border Firestorm Before Trump, Biden Debate
By Aila Slisco

New York Times The Four Issues Trump and Biden Will Clash Over at the Debate
By Nicholas Nehamas and Michael Gold

Politico Guess how much border crossing numbers plummeted after Biden put in a new policy
By Myah Ward

CBS News 8 arrested men with ties to ISIS feared to have been plotting potential terrorist attack in U.S., sources said
By Pat Milton, Robert Legare, Nicole Sganga, Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Hill House progressive form caucus to reframe immigration debate
By Lauren Irwin

Washington Post U.S. Border Patrol stops 122 Haitian migrants in Florida’s Key West
By Lori Rozsa

Washington Post (Op-Ed) That clock ticking on our border policy impasse could be a time bomb
By David Ignatius

America (Op-Ed) What you may not hear about immigration during the Biden-Trump debate
By J. Kevin Appleby


AZ Central 'The immigrant community is not a pawn': Immigration issues top list for AZ Latino voters
By Silvia Solis

KQED More West Africans Making Risky Journey to US, Where an Uncertain Fate Awaits Them
By Katherine Monahan

KOSU Oklahoma law enforcement leaders wrestle with realities of new immigration law
By Lionel Ramos

Colorado Sun (Op-Ed) Training foreign doctors already in Colorado will go a long way to solving state’s physician shortage
By Philip Fung, M.D.

El Semanario (Op-Ed) Biden immigration order is a light at the end of a long tunnel of hope
By Maribel Hastings