Daily Immigration News Clips – August 26, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 26, 2022.


NBC News Biden's rule to preserve DACA is not enough without congressional legislation, immigrant groups say
By Carmen Sesin

CNN Dining with a purpose: Restaurant serving refugees' recipes helps immigrants start new lives in the US
By Kathleen Toner

NPR Biden administration moves to make DACA harder to challenge in court
By A Martinez

Vox DACA is in jeopardy. Can the Biden administration save it?
By Nicole Area

Buzzfeed News Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Who Are Pregnant And In US Custody Are Being Moved Across State Lines To Access Abortion Services
By Adolfo Flores

Time Blake Masters Bets on Immigration Outcry to Shake Up Arizona Senate Race Against Mark Kelly
By Eric Cortellessa


Sun Journal Maine farmers struggle with labor shortage, push for immigration reform
By Peter McGuire

Texas Tribune “Thanks, and God bless you”: Asylum-seekers allowed to enter U.S. after “remain in Mexico” ends
By Uriel J. García

Tallahassee Democrat Controversy continues over DeSantis' $12 million plan to transport undocumented migrants out of Florida
By Douglas Soule

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) Florida’s Cuban-American lieutenant governor sells out her heritage for anti-immigrant votes
By Chip Somodevilla

Eagle Times (Op-Ed) Clear the Immigration Smokescreen
By Andrew Moss

Chicago Sun-Times (Op-Ed) Provide ‘Dreamers’ with the permanent protections they need
By Editorial Board