Daily Immigration News Clips – June 9, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 9, 2022.


Bloomberg Law US Immigration Policy Dictated by GOP as Biden Thwarted in Court
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Business Insider Amazon, Google, and other tech giants urge Biden administration to allow 'documented Dreamers' to stay as US labor shortage bites
By Weilun Soon

Washington Post Lawyers for migrants say U.S. officials slowed family reunifications
By Maria Sacchetti

NBC News Amid border surge, Biden admin plans to send migrants to cities deeper inside U.S., starting with L.A., say internal documents
By Julia Ainsley

Axios Arizona proposes half a billion dollars to address border security
By Jeremy Duda

CNN Blinken says immigration challenges facing US at the southern border are 'beyond anything that anyone has seen before'
By Devan Cole and Priscilla Alvarez

LA Times They pour drinks. They clean rooms. Latin American workers wish they had more say at Summit of the Americas
By Cindy Carcamo

New York Times Supreme Court Sides With Border Agent Accused of Using Excessive Force
By Adam Liptak

Washington Post Supreme Court shields Border Patrol agent from excessive-force claim
By Ann E. Marimow

CNN Supreme Court limits excessive force claims against Border Patrol agents
By Tierney Sneed and Ariane de Vogue June 08, 2022

The Hill (Op-Ed) Forget CRT: Democrats link opponents to terrorists through the ‘Great Replacement Theory’
By Jonathan Turley