Daily Immigration News Clips – September 21, 2022

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 21, 2022.


Axios Migrants flown to Martha's Vineyard file class action lawsuit against DeSantis
By Shawna Chen

Fronteras A year after Del Rio, activists call for an end to Title 42
By Alisa Reznick

Washington Post How to understand the latest immigration numbers
By Philip Bump

Law 360 Justices Urged To Restore Biden's Bid To Narrow ICE Ops
By Rae Ann Varona

Washington Post D.C. Council approves new office to aid migrants arriving on buses
By Michael Brice-Saddler, Antonio Olivo

NPR Gov. Desantis is facing a lawsuit from the migrants he sent to Martha's Vineyard
By Tovia Smith

Business Insider Ron DeSantis said the migrants he flew to Martha's Vineyard 'hit the jackpot' — but immigration experts say the stunt more closely resembles a 'different shade of family separation'
By Erin Snodgrass

Al Jazeera ‘Preyed upon’: Texas sheriff opens probe into US migrant flights

DeseretNews Record high arrests at the border lead to political showdown
By Brigham Tomco

USA Today Gov. DeSantis threatened to send migrants to Biden's Delaware home. It was a no-show.
By Michael Collins, Emily Lytle, Tom McLaughlin

Law 360 (Op-Ed) 2 Legislative Reforms Would Address Many Immigration Woes
By Dana Leigh Marks

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Border Crisis Could Still Be Biden’s Opportunity
By Bret Stephens


WAMC Immigration expert says legal hurdles remain on both sides of Cape Cod migrant situation
By Ian Pickus

Miami Herald In lawsuit, migrants say DeSantis flights ‘cruelty akin to what they fled in’ Venezuela
By Bianca Padro Ocasio, Lawerence Mower

Boston Globe Immigrant-rights advocates file suit against Florida officials for sending migrants to Martha’s Vineyard
By Samantha J. Gross, Jeremy C. Fox, Emily Sweeney

AZ Republic Two thirds of Arizona voters support giving Dreamers in state tuition, poll finds
By Rafael Carranza