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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 18, 2022.
WSJ U.S. Vows to Tackle Visa Delays as Frustrations Mount
By Michelle Hackman
Mother Jones “The Writing On the Wall Is Clear: DACA Is Coming to an End.”
By Isabela Dias
The Hill DHS eyes new ways to bar Venezuelans from entering US after fall of Title 42
By Rebecca Beitsch
Roll Call GOP fell short in Latino-heavy areas along U.S-Mexico border
By Suzanne Monyak
Washington Post Senate, House control is split. Can a divided government make progress?
By Marc Fisher
The Hill Texas Democrats ask feds to ‘intervene’ against Greg Abbott’s ‘invasion’ declaration
By Rafael Bernal
Roll Call Border policy questions loom as Senate works on funding, ‘Dreamers’
By Caroline Coudriet
The Bulwark (Op-Ed) The Diminishing Returns of Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric
By Alan Cross
Augusta Free Press McEachin introduces legislation to provide justice for immigrant children
By Rebecca Barnabi
Chicago Sun Times (Op-Ed) Finding solutions to the soaring backlog of immigration cases
By Editorial Board
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