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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 25, 2022.
CNN ICE is developing new ID card for migrants amid growing arrivals at the border
By Priscilla Alvarez
CBS U.S. Republican states' lawsuits derail Biden's major immigration policy changes
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
The Guardian They don’t have any humanity’: Black immigrants in Ice custody report abuse and neglect
By Rita Omokha
New York Times At Least 17 Migrants Die After Boat Capsizes Off Bahamas
By Jasper Williams-Ward, Anatoly Kurmanaev
Common Dreams 'Absolutely Nonsensical': Supreme Court Blocks Biden From Limiting Deportations
By Brett Wilkins
New York Times Adams Blames Migrants for Shelter Woes. Critics Say That’s Too Simple.
By Jeffery C. Mays
Reuters Immigration judge union asks Dem-led agency to restore union status
By Daniel Wiessner
The Hill (Op-Ed) Why Biden and Democrats should double down on pro-immigration policy
By Neil Baron
San Diego Union-Tribune ICE has resumed deporting unsuspecting immigrants at routine check-ins
By Kate Morrissey
Atlanta Journal-Constitution Life in limbo: Indian immigrants stuck in decades-long waits for green cards
By Lautaro Grinspan
Islander News Thousands of Venezuelans left without immigration protection, now fear deportation
By Fernanda Garcia
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