Immigration News

Daily Immigration News Clips – March 27, 2024

3/27/24
Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 27, 2024.

National

CNN Appeals court keeps controversial Texas immigration law on hold
By Devan Cole

CBS News As immigration debate swirls, Girl Scouts quietly welcome hundreds of young migrant girls

Wall Street JournalHow the Political System Failed to Solve the Border Crisis
By Michelle Hackman, Tarini Parti

Washington PostNo, Donald Trump, migrants aren't 'killing' Social Security and Medicare
By Glenn Kessler

Washington PostRecords confirm Trump's mother-in-law came to U.S. through process he derided
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico New York City mayor defends migrant debit card program as cost efficient and fraud resistant
By Emily Ngo

Daily Beast Right-Wing Media Blames Bridge Collapse on 'Open Border' and COVID Lockdowns
By Justin Baragona

Independent Fox News host slammed for linking Baltimore Key bridge disaster to immigration: 'Reprehensible stupidity'
By Martha McHardy

USA Today (Op-Ed) Immigrants are excluded from the right to legal representation. It's time to change that.
By Annie Chen, Nicole Melaku

Washington Post (Op-Ed) America is forcing these essential workers to live in the shadows
By Karen Tumulty

The Hill (Op-Ed) Learning from Greg Abbott's socialist approach to immigration
By Juan P. Caballero

Local

Gothamist African and Asian newcomers are the new face of migrants in NYC
By Arya Sundaram

Las Vegas Sun Nevada immigration advocates, industry leaders sound call for expanded work authorization
By Grace Da Rocha

Houston ChronicleThe courts blocked SB4. Texas soldiers threatened to deport migrants under it anyway.
By Jhair Romero, Raquel Natalicchio, Benjamin Wermund

NBC 5 Chicago's migrant website obscures details on where $300 million was spent
By Bennett Haeberle