Daily Immigration News Clips – June 14, 2022

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

National

Roll Call Future of DACA program remains uncertain, a decade after it began
By Caroline Simon

Reuters U.S. Supreme Court rejects bail hearings for detained immigrants
By Sandy Huffaker

NBC News A landmark case ensuring education to undocumented children turns 40
By Raul A. Reyes

CNN Supreme Court makes it more difficult to challenge immigration policies in court
By Tierney Sneed

Deseret News Biden announces immigration policy changes as migrant caravan sets off for US border
By Kyle Dunphey

Border Report DACA advocates urge Congress to pass lasting bipartisan immigration reform
By Sandra Sanchez

New York Times Supreme Court Rejects Bail Hearings for Jailed Immigrants
By Adam Lipton

CNN Some immigrants can be detained at least six months without bond hearing, Supreme Court rules
By Tierney Sneed, Devan Cole

Time Magazine Supreme Court Rules Thousands of Immigrants Can Be Detained Indefinitely
By Madeleine Carlisle, Jasmine Aguilera

New York Times Supreme Court Rejects Bail Hearings for Jailed Immigrants
By Adam Lipton

USA Today Supreme Court curbs ability of immigrants to challenge indefinite detention with bond hearings
By John Fritze

Cronkite News ‘Border security is national security’: Pence in Arizona to discuss immigration
By Troy Hill

Border Report Border Patrol reports large drop in migrant encounters in El Paso
By Julian Resendiz

Axios Mike Pence calls for return to Trump-era immigration policies in Phoenix speech
By Jeremy Duda

USA Today (Op-Ed) Did a Border Patrol agent rough you up? The Supreme Court fails to see how judges can help.
By Anya Bidwell, Patrick Jaicomo

CNN (Op-Ed) Opinion: Biden makes the best of a lousy hand at the Summit of the Americas
By Jorge G. Castañeda

Local

The Colorado Sun It’s not easy to get an immigration attorney in Colorado
By Margaret Fleming

Boston Globe Mass. GOP looks to repeal law allowing residents without legal status to get driver’s licenses
By Ross Cristiantiello