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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 21, 2022.
CNN Why foreign workers in the US are especially vulnerable to the Twitter turmoil
By Donie O'Sullivan, Priscilla Alvarez, Oliver Darcy
Washington Post Federal court border ruling may increase migrant buses to D.C. area, advocates say
By Antonio Olivo
The Verge The 20-Year Boondoggle
By Amanda Chicago Lewis
CNN Senate Democrats restart talks to try to help DACA recipients during lame-duck session
By Priscilla Alvarez, Daniella Diaz
The Hill Undocumented college scholarship recipients have higher workforce participation: survey
By Rafael Bernal
Politico Democrats confront bleak odds for immigration deal before 2023
By Marianne Levine and Burgess Everett
The Hill (Op-Ed) Where is the accountability? Alleged abuses persist in ICE detention
By Sarah Paoletti, Azadeh Shahshahani
Forbes (Op-Ed) Immigrants And International Students Boost Exports
By Stuart Anderson
New York Times (Op-Ed) There Are No Lone Wolves
By Editorial Board
Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) The Hidden Consensus on Immigration
By Reihan Salam
Texas Tribune Gov. Greg Abbott embraces “invasion” language about border, evoking memories of El Paso massacre
By William Melhado
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