Daily Immigration News Clips – November 2, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 2, 2022.

National

USA Today Political theater vs. daily survival: Inside the dire situation facing migrants bused across US
By Rick Jervis

Associated Press Pepper balls launched at group crossing US-Mexico border

Voice of America US Migrant Busing Highlights Immigration Policies Ahead of Midterms

NPR Latino voters look beyond immigration, and hope candidates will, too
By Pablo Valdivia

The Hill Human rights coalition to Biden: No military intervention in Haiti
By Rafael Bernal

Forbes (Op-Ed) A Way For USCIS To Help The U.S. Economy And H-1B Spouses
By Stuart Anderson

Bloomberg (Op-Ed) The Time Is Now for a Deal on the Dreamers
By Editorial Board

Truthout (Op-Ed) Greg Abbott Is Still Prosecuting Migrants Under a Bogus Disaster Declaration
By Silky Shah

Local

The American Prospect Immigration Justice Ballot Measure Tests Massachusetts Progressivism
By Tisya Mavuram

KSL Pushing for pathways for Afghan allies and those 'left behind'
By Andrea Smardon

Austin American Statesman Fentanyl deaths are up, but GOP ads mislead by blaming ‘open borders’
By Tom Kertscher

KGET What midterm elections could mean for the state of immigration in the US