Daily Immigration News Clips – October 7, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 7, 2021.

National

Rolling Stone It’s Easier for Global Acts to Play in Russia Than in the U.S. Right Now
By Andy Greene

Associated Press Ten GOP governors gather at U.S.-Mexico border and call for building of Trump’s wall
By David Pitt

The Washington Post Sharp decline in Haiti deportation flights as fewer migrants cross U.S.-Mexico border
By Nick Miroff

The Hill DHS misses self-imposed investigation deadline on dispersal of Haitian migrants
By Rebecca Beitsch

NBC News U.S. knew in July thousands of Haitians were prepping for journey to U.S. border, officials say
By Julia Ainsley

The Hill Court rules federal detention centers exempt from California ban on for-profit prisons
By Monique Beals

The Hill Democrats eager for another shot at turning Texas blue
By Tal Axelrod

The Washington Post Tucker Carlson is just taking Trump’s immigration rhetoric to its inevitable next level
By Philip Bump

Forbes (Op-Ed) Immigrants Keep Winning Nobel Prizes
By Stuart Anderson

The New Yorker (Opinion) How Biden Came to Own Trump’s Policy at the Border
By Jonathan Blitzer

The Hill (Op-Ed) Forced migration will only get worse — the US needs a long-term strategy
By Tom Mockaitis

Local

The Arizona Republic In Texas, Republican governors call on Biden to secure US-Mexico border, finish Trump's wall
By Stacey Barchenger

TriplePundit As the Battle Over U.S. Immigration Reform Heats Up, Business Stays Largely Silent
By Mary Mazzoni

El Semanario (CO, NM) Immigrants Always Have a Plan B
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres

Corpus Christi Caller Times Texas Gov. Abbott, nine GOP governors come to border to blame Biden for 'humanitarian crisis and chaos'
By John C. Moritz

Des Moines Register In trip to US-Mexico border, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds calls Joe Biden's immigration response 'a self-inflicted crisis'
By Stephen Gruber-Miller