Daily Immigration News Clips – July 8, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 8, 2021.


Irish Central Biden urged to end "senseless" travel bans, including from Ireland, in new petition
By Kerry O’Shea

Politico Democrats race to push bipartisan infrastructure bill through Senate
By Laura Barrón-Lopez and Burgess Everett

Roll Call Garcia adds reconciliation demand Democrats unlikely to meet on immigration
By Caroline Simon and Jennifer Shutt

Roll Call Congressional Black Caucus urges expanded deportation review
By Suzanne Monyak

McClatchy Sen. Cornyn wants Senate to OK keeping DACA recipients in the U.S.
By Nathan Hart

Daily Telegraph Years of work and raising families could be over with blocked DACA legislation
By Raquel Torres

Roll Call Whistleblowers detail poor hygiene for migrant kids at Texas site
By Suzanne Monyak

Wall Street Journal Kamala Harris vs. Greg Abbott on the Border (Op-Ed)
By Karl Rove

Washington Examiner Biden’s border crisis looks even worse in person(Op-Ed)
By Rep. Roger Williams

MSNBC Trump's border security theater hasn't ended — it's gotten worse (Column)
By Hayes Brown


Gothamist City's Immigration Courts Reopen After More Than A Year Of Being Shut Down To All But Most Urgent Cases
By Joseph Gedeon

Houston Public Media Houston Immigration Courts Reopen For Hearings, As Many Families Face Years-Long Delays (Texas)
By Elizabeth Trovall

Arizona Public Media Months-long backlog leaves first-time DACA recipients in limbo
By Alisa Reznick

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Wisconsin National Guard members headed to southern border under directive from the Biden administration
By Hope Karnopp

Ohio Capital Journal DeWine on sending troops to southern border: ‘It’s in Ohio’s interest’
By Tyler Buchanan

Capital Gazette The undocumented and the need for comprehensive immigration reform (Op-Ed)
By Yoku Shaw-Taylor