Daily Immigration News Clips – July 26, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 26, 2022.

National

Politico Biden goes silent after SCOTUS gives him power to nix Trump immigration policy
By Sabrina Rodriguez

New York Times Smuggling Migrants at the Border Now a Billion-Dollar Business
By Miriam Jordan

Politico The clock ticks down on immigration deal that could help rein in food inflation
By Garret Downs

Government Executive An Immigration Judges Union That Was Busted by the Trump Administration Is Seeking A New Election
By Erich Wagner

Al Día News A DC-based immigration advocacy group has a message Alejandro Mayorkas: “Do your job”
By Carlos Nogueras

Border Report Water shortages hitting migrant shelters hard south of the border
By Salvador Rivera

Border Report Mayorkas traveling to Central America to meet with Honduran president
By Sandra Sanchez

Fox News Texas border official says Mayorkas is wrong, 'border is not secure' as fentanyl, criminals pour across
By Kelly Laco

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Senate candidate Blake Masters doesn’t just want to ‘build the wall.’ He’s building a dystopia
By Jean Guerrero

Local

Texas Observer Migrant Deaths Are A Feature—not A Bug—of U.S. Immigration Policy
By Jason Buch

Florida Times-Union Federal complaint claims 'a living hell' for immigrants inside ICE's Baker County Detention Center
By Dan Scanlan

Public News Service AZ Groups Push for In-State Tuition for Undocumented, DACA Graduates
By Lily Bohlke

Dcist New Arlington County Policy Limits Cooperation With ICE, But Advocates Say It’s Not Enough
By Héctor Alejandro Arzate

Missouri Times Senator Brown’s Illegal Immigration Committee meets with Missouri leaders
By Brady Hays

Border Report TxDOT asking South Texans how best to expand border trade corridor
By Sandra Sanchez