Daily Immigration News Clips – January 13, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 13, 2022.

National

Washington Post Schumer sets up final Senate confrontation on voting rights and the filibuster
By Mike DeBonis

Politico Old-school senator no more: Biden goes all-in against the filibuster
By Burgess Everett and Laura Barron-Lopez

The Hill Despite growth, Hispanic representation still minuscule
By Rafael Bernal

Border Report Bar association seeks free legal counsel for asylum-seekers in fast-tracked deportation proceedings
By Sandra Sanchez

Washington Post Biden says separated migrant families deserve compensation. But in court, the Justice Dept. says they’re not entitled to it.
By Maria Sacchetti and Sean Sullivan

The Hill Supreme Court considers whether detained immigrants entitled to bond hearings
By Harper Neidig

USA Today (Op-Ed) Former President Barack Obama: We need to follow John Lewis' example and fight for our democracy
By Barack Obama

Chicago Tribune (Op-Ed) Op-ed: Biden must lead on legal immigration to overcome our labor crisis
By Christoper Richardson

Market Watch (Op-Ed) Opinion: U.S. labor shortages tied to low immigration in past two years
By Giovanni Peri and Reem Zaiour

Local

El Semanario (CO, NM) Immigration also builds democracy
By David Torres

The Nevada Independent (Op-Ed) Reid’s steady moral compass was also good politics
By José Parra