Daily Immigration News Clips – January 11, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 11, 2022.

National

New York Times Biden Will Endorse Changing Senate Rules to Pass Voting Rights Legislation
By Katie Rogers

Politico The fate of the filibuster: Your guide to the changes Dems really want
By Marianne Levine

PBS News Hour Documentary provides inside look at COVID-19 conditions in immigrant detention
By Ivette Feliciano and Zachary Green

Newsweek More Than 100 Migrants Rescued From Boat Near Florida Shore
By Emma Mayer

The Guardian Bernie Sanders says Democrats are failing: ‘The party has turned its back on the working class’
By Steven Greenhouse

Time The Supreme Court Could Decide Whether Thousands of Immigrants Remain Detained Indefinitely
By Jasmine Aguilera and Madeline Carlisle

Reuters Democrats urge Biden to grant deportation relief to at least 2 million immigrants
By Ted Hesson

Border Report Democrats request Temporary Protected Status for migrants from 4 Central American countries
By Sandra Sanchez

National Law Review Immigration Weekly Round-Up: Remain in Mexico Program Continues Despite Legal Appeals; New Jersey Supporting Refugees from Afghanistan

New York Times Noncitizens’ Right to Vote Becomes Law in New York City
By Grace Ashford

Truthout (Op-Ed) Immigration Reform Is Still Possible — With a Strong Social Movement
By David L. Wilson

Local

Sun Sentinel DeSantis wants to step up immigration enforcement. Here’s the newly proposed law for Florida.
By Jim Saunders

Tampa Bay Times Shelters for migrant kids concerned over new DeSantis rule
By Ana Ceballos and Bianca Padró Ocasio

KXAN Border Patrol Council announces endorsement of Gov. Abbott on re-election campaign
By Paola Cepeda and Gaby Moreno

Associated Press California governor proposes tax cuts, expanded health care
By Adam Bean

KGUN Gov. Ducey says AZ will team with Texas for border security
By Craig Smith