Daily Immigration News Clips – November 15, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 15, 2022.


Bloomberg Detained Immigrants Faced Invasive Medical Care, Probe Finds
By Ellen M. Gilmer

CBS News Venezuelan migration to the U.S. border decreased in October, but overall migrant arrivals remained high
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

The Nation The Pipeline Funneling US Deportees to Haitian Prison
By Tanvi Misra

Washington Times Lame-duck Congress creates window for legalizing Dreamers
By Stephan Dinan

New York Times How Cortez Masto Beat the Odds and Sealed the Senate Majority
By Catie Edmondson 
Forbes (Op-Ed) More Immigrants, Fewer Drug-Related Deaths
By Stuart Anderson


KTAR News Prop 308, measure to give Arizona ‘dreamers’ in-state tuition, passes 

KXAN State of Texas: GOP gains could lead to immigration policy changes
By Monica Madden, Will DuPree, Matt Grant, Avery Travis, Josh Hinkle, Chantel Barnes, John Thomas

KPBS Mexican immigration officers begin checks on northbound border traffic
By Maureen Cavanaugh, Megan Burke

AZ Central Proposition 308: Measure giving Dreamers in-state tuition will pass
By Rafael Carranza 

The Nevada Independent After surviving re-election, Cortez Masto pledges to block national abortion ban, ‘not giving up’ on immigration reform
By Jacob Solis

San Diego Union-Tribune (Op-Ed) To dismantle systemic racism in San Diego, local policies must center immigrants’ needs
By Maria C. Chavez