Daily Immigration News Clips – June 6, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 6, 2022.

National

Kaiser Health News Immigration Red Tape Imperils This Girl’s Transplant Chances 
By Michael McAuliff

NPR Immigrants are suing the U.S. government over delays in citizenship process 

Fronteras Some politicians insist migrants bring drugs across the border. Data tells a different story
By Alisa Reznick 

New York Times How Asylum Seekers Cross the Border
By Kirsten Luce and Eileen Sullivan 

NBC News Almost all asylum-seekers in L.A. lack legal counsel, face deportation, report says
By Edwin Flores 

The Hill Five biggest issues to watch at Supreme Court as high-profile term ends
By John Kruzel 

USA Today Why immigration and the border are taking a backseat in Tuesday's primary races
By Candy Woodall Phillip M. Bailey 

The Hill (Op-Ed) Wars don’t end for abandoned American allies
By Joseph M. Azam 

Fox News (Op-Ed) Immigration reform could prevent food prices from harming consumers
By Chuck Conner, Douglas Baker

Local

Austin American-Statesman (Op-Ed) Opinion: Title 42 is not immigration law and has no place on our border
By Lance Curtright