Daily Immigration News Clips – January 14, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 14, 2022.


Axios McCarthy's plot to build the House of Trump
By Jonathan Swan

San Francisco Chronicle The nation’s immigration court system is a mess. Rep. Lofgren is teeing up an effort to overhaul it
By Tal Kopan

CBS News Coronavirus infections inside U.S. immigration detention centers surge by 520% in 2022
By Camilo Montoyo-Galvez

Washington Examiner Biden immigration promises after one year: Border chaos and frustrated liberals
By Anna Giaritelli

Documented NY Senate Democrats Seek Deportation Relief for 2 Million Immigrants
By Kathryn

Washington Post Sinema and Manchin confirm opposition to eliminating filibuster, probably dooming Democrats’ voting rights push
By Mike DeBonis and Seung Min Kim

Huffington Post Kyrsten Sinema Is Living In An Alternate Universe
By Amanda Terkel and Paul Blumenthal

The Hill Biden DOJ says separated families not entitled to compensation
By Rafael Bernal

Axios America's labor shortage is bigger than the pandemic
By Emily Peck

Associated Press 105 Mexican immigration agents linked to corruption

ABC News Nearly 50k noncitizen immigrants let into U.S. last summer haven't reported to officials
By Alec Schemmel


Houston Chronicle COVID-19 infects 12 percent of detained immigrants at Conroe ICE facility
By Joey Guerra

Texas Tribune Probe of Texas National Guard border mission demanded over suicide attempts, abysmal conditions and delayed pay
By James Barragán

Texas Tribune Texas judge opens door for widespread constitutional challenges to Gov. Greg Abbott’s border initiative
By Jolie McCullough

Miami Herald (Op-Ed) These ideas are the worst. Of course, DeSantis, Florida Republicans want to put them into law | Editorial
By Editorial Board