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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 16, 2022.
Roll Call Court throws out pandemic-era border expulsion policy
By Suzanne Monyak
NBC News Democrats eye DACA fix in lame-duck session
By Summer Concepcion and Sahil Kapur
Axios Philadelphia receives first bus of migrants transported from Texas
By Sareen Habeshian
Washington Post Senate report details medical mistreatment of female immigration detainees
By Maria Sacchetti, Nick Miroff
Reuters U.S. judge rules COVID-era border expulsion order unlawful
By Ted Hesson and Mica Rosenberg
The Hill Texas governor declares ‘invasion’ at border, moves to boost security
By Jared Gans
Washington Post Federal judge strikes down Trump-era border policy known as Title 42
By Maria Sacchetti and Spencer S. Hsu
POLITICO Is it now or never for DACA?
By Myah Ward
Washington Times Texas governor declares border ‘invasion,’ claims new powers to stop illegal immigrants
By Stephan Dinan
CBS Minnesota Immigration attorney concerned about uncertainty Ukrainians in Minnesota face
By Erin Hassanzadeh
Houston Chronicle Democrats launch 'full-court press' to protect Dreamers, extend DACA program
By Benjamin Wermund
Baltimore Sun (Op-Ed) Despite what judges say, America is my home
By Yuna Oh
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