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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 2, 2023

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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 2, 2023.


CBS News Biden administration to let Afghan evacuees renew temporary legal status amid inaction in Congress
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Guardian John Oliver on Biden’s immigration record: ‘A different phase of an immigration dystopia’
By Adrian Horton

The Independent Right-wing think tank files lawsuit demanding Prince Harry’s immigration records
By Andrew Feinberg

New York Times Fugitive Accused of Killing 5 in Texas Was Deported Several Times, Officials Say
By Jesus Jiménez

NBC News Texas Gov. Greg Abbott slammed for calling shooting victims ‘illegal immigrants’
By Suzanne Gamboa

Washington Post Why Gov. Abbott invoked the immigration status of shooting victims
By Philip Bump

Washington Post Earth to politicians: The U.S. has too few immigrants — not too many
By Catherine Rampell

Washington Post A gun transforms another commonplace interaction into carnage
By Eugene Robinson


Texas Tribune After backlash, Abbott expresses some regret after labeling all Cleveland shooting victims “illegal immigrants”
By Patrick Svitek

Florida Phoenix Immigration measure one vote away from going to Gov. DeSantis’ desk
By Mitch Perry

The OC Register Lou Correa: Title 42 is rightfully set to end. But are we prepared?
By Lou Correa

Dallas Morning News Texas’ latest mass shooting is about guns, not immigration
By Editorial Board

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