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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 18, 2023

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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 18, 2023

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 18, 2023.

Immigration News from AILA

National Immigration News

Los Angeles Times 8-year-old girl dies in Border Patrol custody
By Hamed Aleaziz

CNN Senate passes resolution to overturn Biden administration rule that does not penalize immigrants for receiving government benefits
By Nicky Robertson, Ted Barrett

Aljazeera ‘It doesn’t work’: Migrants struggle with US immigration app
By Hilary Beaumont

The Hill Texas, Florida laws have Latinos rethinking where they live
By Rafael Bernal

CBS News Migrant border crossings drop from 10,000 to 4,400 per day after end of Title 42
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Hill Latest border figures show 56 percent drop in encounters following lift of Title 42
By Rebecca Beitsch

Vox Ron DeSantis’s immigration law is already leading to worker shortages
By Christian Paz

CBS News Biden campaign lays out initial plans to win again
By Ed O’Keefe

Washington Post DeSantis plans to officially enter presidential race next week
By Hannah Knowles and Josh Dawsey

Axios Inside Biden’s plan to win back Latino voters
By Sophia Cai

USA Today (Op-Ed) At border, I met mothers who asked US for help. Biden is sending them back to danger.
By Maribel Hernández Rivera

Esquire (Op-Ed) This Florida Immigration Law Is Clearly Meant for Fox News Viewers in Iowa Falls
By Charles P. Pierce

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) A Hero’s Survivors Deserve to Be American
By Avi Weiss

Local Immigration News

Texas Tribune Greg Abbott asked other governors for help patrolling the Texas-Mexico border. Ron DeSantis answered the call.
By Zach Despart

WBUR (Op-Ed) I traveled with my students to the Rio Grande Valley. I hope what they saw will stay with them
By Luz Marilis López

El Semanario (Op-Ed) The hands of those who promote anti-immigrant hate are also stained with blood
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

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