Daily Immigration News Clips – November 3, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 3, 2022.

National

NY Times Migrants Encounter ‘Chaos and Confusion’ in New York Immigration Courts
By Hurubie Meko

CQ/Roll Call GOP candidates focus on border security amid high migration
By Suzanne Monyak

New York Times Biden Warns That ‘Big Lie’ Republicans Imperil American Democracy
By Peter Baker

New York Times In Texas, a Battle for Hispanic Voters Moves to the Cities
By Edgar Sandoval and J. David Goodman

New York Times Democrats Twist and Turn on Immigration as Republicans Attack in Waves
By Jazmine Ulloa

Washington Post Biden warns GOP could set nation on ‘path to chaos’ as democratic system faces strain
By Rosalind S. Helderman and Yasmeen Abutaleb

Politico Magazine Opinion | States’ Rights Is About to Come Roaring Back
By Kimberly Wehle

Washington Post Opinion In the midterms, GOP extremism is the ghoul in the room
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

The Daily Beast Republican-led States Are Suing to Expel Legal Immigrants at the Border
By David J Bier

The Hill America needs a national security networking forum and ideas incubator
By Cam Burks

Local

WFTS Tampa Bay Inside the Border Patrol station in the Florida Keys show complexities of immigration debate
By Katie LaGrone

El Semanario (CO, NM) The pendulum of the Latino vote and the midterm elections
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

The Hill Five takeaways from the final Hassan-Bolduc debate in New Hampshire
By Caroline Vakil

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

The Hill Oz passes Fetterman for first time after Pennsylvania debate: poll
By Julia Manchester

AZ Central Latino voters are likely to support Democrats in Arizona, Univision poll shows
By Javier Arce

The Hill How a third-party candidate dropping out could shake up Arizona’s close Senate race
By Al Weaver

Chicago Sun Times Senate must vote now to save DACA, provide path to citizenship for immigrant ‘dreamers’
By Rep. Jesus Garcia