Daily Immigration News Clips – June 17, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 17, 2022.


Politico Supreme Court punts on case tied to Trump's 'public charge' rule for immigrants
By Josh Gerstein

Wall Street Journal Illegal Border Crossings Hit Record in May
By Alicia Caldwell

New York Times Homeland Security Department Will Make Changes to Its Disciplinary Process
By Chris Cameron

Washington Post U.S. border arrests rose to record high in May, data shows
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Migrant apprehensions in May break monthly record
By Rafa Bernal

NBC News Number of migrants crossing border hits another record, with surges in migration by nationalities once rarely seen
By Julia Ainsley and Didi Martinez

LA Times Coins depicting Border Patrol agent grabbing Haitian migrant trigger investigation
By Hames Aleaziz

The Hill Koch Latino campaign group endorses Abbott in Texas
By Rafael Bernal

Washington Post The political brawl over a Miami giant of Spanish talk radio
By Christine Armario and Elahe Izadi

Associated Press Mexico finds truck with 366 migrants from 16 nations

Axios As DACA turns 10, protections for thousands of immigrants remain in jeopardy
By Shawna Chen

MSNBC (Op-Ed) A decade of DACA: Why it's both a gift and a curse to million
By Ja'han Jones

The Atlantic (Op-Ed) How Republicans Can Win on Immigration
By Reihan Salam


KERA Counties that provided 'sanctuary' to undocumented immigrants saw falling crime rates, study finds
By Sangita Menon

Cronkite News A decade of DACA helped thousands in Arizona; advocates say more needed
By Daisy Gonzalez-Perez

Latino Los Angeles ‘Show me your friends,’ a new campaign to unmask Republican politicians
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

El Semanario (CO, NM) For over a decade, legislative paralysis has forgotten “Dreamers”
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

WYPR Title 42: Is it time to lift the COVID curb on immigration? Three views.

Miami Herald DREAMers make our country stronger. They have a right to live here without fear | Opinion
By Charlie Crist

AZ Central (Op-Ed) We applied for green cards 9 years ago. Soon, the wait could tear apart my family
By Vivek Soni