Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – March 25, 2024

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 25, 2024.


NBC News Lawmakers ask why the Biden admin has told immigration judges not to talk to the media without permission
By Julie Tsirkin, Julia Ainsley

PBS News Hour Immigrant workers face routine injuries, lack of protections on U.S. dairy farms
By John Yang, Harry Zahn, Andrew Corkery

Wall Street Journal Immigration Is Helping the U.S. Edge Out Asia
By Nathaniel Taplin, Megha Mandavia

NPR House appropriations bill would increase border enforcement capacity
By Jasmine Garsd

New York Times ‘Yo Soy la Mamá’: A Migrant Mother’s Struggle to Get Back Her Son
By Deborah Sontag

Washington Post The mayor is an immigrant. His conservative city said no to migrants.
By Karin Brulliard

Slate (Op-Ed) Why Is the Biden Administration Reviving One of Trump’s Worst Censorship Policies?
By Laila L. Hlass, Elora Mukherjee, Carrie L. Rosenbaum, Maureen Sweeney

Forbes (Op-Ed) Research Shows Immigrants Benefit U.S. Taxpayers
By Stuart Anderson


Wisconsin Public Radio ‘It’s desperate’: Thousands of immigrants in Wisconsin are in court without lawyers
By Sarah Lehr

KUER Even rural areas, like Millard County, are feeling Utah’s spike in immigration cases
By Tilda Wilson

El Paso Matters El Paso DA says office won’t prosecute SB4 cases where suspect is profiled
By Diego Mendoza-Moyers

Kansas Reflector Texas Republican border maneuvers cause chaos, outrage local officials
By Marty Schladen

Chicago Tribune (Editorial) The states dive deep into immigration. This cannot stand.

Sentinel & Enterprise (Op-Ed) Rodriguez: Real-life immigration narratives ‘look past the poll numbers’
By Dyanne Rodriguez