Daily Immigration News Clips – January 10, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 10, 2022.

National

Vox Chuck Schumer is forcing Democrats to pick a side on the filibuster
By Li Zhou

New York Times A Rise in Deadly Border Patrol Chases Renews Concerns About Accountability
By Eileen Sullivan

CNN Border agents reported a 1,066% increase in fentanyl seized in south Texas last year
By Alaa Elassar

San Diego Union Tribune U.S. failure to follow Remain in Mexico rules show program hasn’t changed as promised
By Kate Morrissey

Associated Press Fed review sought of jail’s immigrant detainee conditions
By AP

The Hill Harris's communications director apologizes for 2010 tweet about undocumented immigrants
By Lexi Lonas

Daily Beast Kamala Harris’ New Comms Director Sorry for ‘Bad Tweets’ About Immigrants
By Blake Montgomery and Dia Gill

NBC News Slowing immigration worsens job shortages
By Dante Chinni

Politico (Op-Ed) It's Time to Amend the Constitution
By Sarah Isgur

The Hill (Op-Ed) Biden sets the stage for the next Muslim ban
By Christopher Richardson

Local

Associated Press Watershed moment in NYC: New law allows noncitizens to vote
By Bobby Cina Calvan

Atlanta Journal Constitution Don’t come to Atlanta without a plan to pass voting laws, groups tell Biden, Harris
By Tia Michelle

Dallas Morning News Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s border strategy questioned by foes after pay issues, suicides
By Allie Morris

Texas Tribune Abbott, O'Rourke lead off election year with visits to border cities
By Patrick Svitek