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Immigration News Today: Super Tuesday Voters Share How Immigration Drove Their Decisions

Just have a minute? Here are the top stories you need to know about immigration. This summary was featured in Documented’s Early Arrival newsletter. You can subscribe to receive it in your inbox three times per week here.

Around the U.S. 

“Gun battle” involving U.S. border agents kills one in San Diego County near Mexico border:

The battle involved U.S. border agents and a crew aiming to rob migrants, according to a border agent. — Los Angeles Times

Russian sources spread disinformation about immigration to undercut Ukraine aid:

A Russian disinformation campaign is targeting U.S. immigration to undermine support for Ukraine, using misleading content to stoke outrage. — Los Angeles Times

Super Tuesday voters discuss how immigration drove their decisions:

Even voters far from the border said they were exhausted with the constant debates and lack of federal action on immigration. — The New York Times

California Senate race: Garvey in “statistical tie” for first with Schiff:

Garvey is perceived to be tougher on the nation’s immigration problem than other candidates, pulling him beyond the other Democratic challengers. — POLITICO

Latinos agree things are bad on the border, but differ from non-Hispanics on solutions:

Three-quarters of Latinos described the increases in migration as a major problem or crisis, but just a third of Hispanics backed increasing deportations. — NBC News

Washington D.C.

Biden admin. asks Supreme Court to block Texas from arresting migrants under SB4 law:The Biden administration said the state law interferes with federal immigration enforcement, ignores U.S. asylum law and harms foreign relations with Mexico. — CBS News

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