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Immigration News and Updates

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NEWS RELATING TO IMMIGRATION REFORM:

 

October 5, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 5, 2017

National

CNN Money Trump is making it harder for immigrants to start businesses
By Sara Ashley O'Brien

Washington Post Immigrants rush to file last DACA renewals by Thursday
By Maria Sacchetti

USA Today Members of Congress push for extra time for DREAMers delayed by hurricanes
By Julia Fair and Eliza Collins

NBC As DACA Deadline Looms, Supporters and Legislators Fight for Program
By Patricia Guadalupe

NBC Study Abroad Program for DACA Students 'Dead in the Water'
By Agnes Constante

NPR Deadline For DACA Renewals Quickly Approaching
By Julieta Martinelli

CNN She met with a President inside the White House. Now she's protesting outside.
By Catherine E. Schoichet

Los Angeles Times L.A. congresswoman joins Latino Democrats asking Trump administration to extend DACA renewal deadline
By Christine Mai-Duc

ABC Thousands of Dreamers could lose protection as DACA deadline arrives
By Geneva Sands

CNBC Microsoft's president says Congress needs to act on DACA this year
By Anita Balakrishnan

The Atlantic Latino Republicans Place Their Bets on DACA
By Priscilla Alvarez

The Hill Fate of DACA recipients unclear as renewal deadline approaches

Marketplace Crowdsourcing to help DACA recipients renew their status
By David Brancaccio

Newsworks Why health care providers are pressing Trump to keep DACA
By Laura Benshoff

McClatchy Texas Republicans juggle base, Texans on border wall
By Andrea Drusch

The Hill House panel approves $10B for border wall
By Rafael Bernal

Dallas Morning News House panel approves $10B for Trump border wall, over cries it's a boondoggle
By Todd Gillman

The Hill Texas Dem proposes rule that would add Trump language into border wall bill
By Rafael Bernal

El Paso Times Bill would ban eminent domain for border wall
By Madlin Mekelburg

Arizona Public Media Law Seeks to Block Eminent Domain in Border-Wall Building
By Christopher Conover

Arizona Republic Democrats' bill would block land seizures to build Trump's border wall
By Rafael Carranza

San Diego Union Tribune Legislation seeks to protect landowners from Trump's border wall
By Aaron Nelsen

Houston Chronicle Senate candidate Beto O'Rourke seeks landowner protections from 'Trump's wall'
By Kevin Diaz

Associated Press Judge declines to release Iraq vet as he fights deportation
By Gene Johnson

Washington Post ICE arrested 14 immigrants in Washington last week. Activists are demanding the city help.
By Rachel Chason

The Intercept INTERNAL EMAILS SHOW ICE AGENTS STRUGGLING TO SUBSTANTIATE TRUMP'S LIES ABOUT IMMIGRANTS

The Intercept They Helped Prosecutors After Escaping Death in a Smuggler's Truck. Now They're Being Deported.
By Ryan Devereaux

Washington Post Companies can't find workers to rebuild after Harvey and Irma
By Danielle Paquette

Associated Press National Judge lets Trump's pardon of former Sheriff Arpaio stand
By Jacques Billeaud

Wall Street Journal Judge Accepts Former Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Presidential Pardon
By Nicole Hong

The Hill Judge dismisses guilty verdict against Arpaio
By Josh Delk

Splinter Meet the Immigrant Comedians Making Deportation Funny
By Isha Aran

LA Times (Editorial) The Supreme Court must guarantee due process for noncitizens

Washington Post (Opinion) Pence operative would hand Senate to Democrats
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The reason Roy Moore won in Alabama that no one is talking about
By Keri Leigh Merritt

Washington Post (Opinion) Roy Moore's disruption of Washington has already begun, and more is on the way
By Sean Sullivan

The Hill (Op-Ed) Dreamers contribute to our economy
By Sen. Martin Heinrich

Poly Post (Opinion) Rescinding DACA will hurt us all
By Ana Perez

October 4, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 4, 2017

National

International Business Times Should The US Defend Undocumented People In Immigration Court?
By Robin Urevich

Vox The Trump administration didn't notify immigrants about an abrupt deadline to renew DACA
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Republicans say Trump denied deal with Dems on Dreamers
By Erica Werner

Reuters Trump Administration Backpedals on Citizenship for 'Dreamers'
By Yeganeh Torbati and Richard Cowan

Washington Post Deal or no deal on DACA? Republicans say no. Democrats say not yet.
By Ed O'Keefe

Wall Street Journal Senate Republicans Signal Support for 'Dreamers,' With Conditions
By Laura Meckler

Politico GOP lawmakers say Trump wants tough measures in Dreamers deal
By Seung Min Kim and Burgess Everett

CNN Trump sketches out DACA deal with Republicans at White House dinner
By Tal Kopan

The Hill GOP lawmaker says Dem got him booted from immigration event
By Scott Wong

The Hill Republicans jockey for position on immigration
By Jordain Carney

The Hill Grassley: DACA deal wouldn't need border wall funding
By Jordain Carney

USA Today Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley: Border enforcement must be enhanced, but 'I don't mean a wall'
By Eliza Collins

Rewire 'I Have No Choice But to Keep Fighting': Organizers and DACA Recipients Press On
By Keri Lindberg

WMRA DACA Students Looking for Options
By Christopher Clymer Kurtz

Mother Jones Renewing DACA Once More Offers a Small Sliver of Hope for Dreamers
By Amy Thomson

ColorLines WATCH: Senate Hearing on Trump Administration's Decision to End DACA
By Kenrya Rankin

Reuters More Groups Challenge Trump's Latest Travel Ban in Court
By Mica Rosenberg

Politico Newest travel ban faces fresh pair of lawsuits
By Ted Hesson

Bloomberg Family Disruption Drives Lawsuit Over Trump's Travel Ban 3.0
By Erik Larson

The Hill First lawsuit over latest travel ban filed by Muslim student group
By Mallory Shelbourne

Associated Press Supreme court weighs case on detention of immigrants
By Jessica Gresko

Reuters Supreme Court Wrestles With Immigration Bond Hearing Dispute
By Lawrence Hurley

New York Times Supreme Court Weighs Immigrants' Rights to Have Detention Reviewed
By Vivian Yee

Washington Post Supreme Court debates long detentions for immigrants facing deportation
By Ann E. Marimow

US News & World Report Trump Stokes Anxiety Among U.S. Citizen Kids of Undocumented Parents
By Ruben Castaneda

San Diego Union Tribune Deported father trying to adjust to life in Tijuana after decades in U.S.
By Kate Morrissey

Splinter This Is What It Looks Like When the President Asks People to Snitch on Their Neighbors
By Daniel Rivero and Brendan O'Connor

Associated Press Experts: Joe Arpaio's pardon not likely to be overturned
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press About Half of Border Crosser Asylum Cases Heard Rejected

Vox Republican senator blames the culture of "sanctuary cities" for mass shootings
By Tara Golshan

New York Times (Op-Ed) A Better Way to Trace Scattered Refugees
By Tina Rosenberg

Washington Post (Opinion) Two Supreme Court cases can change the immigration debate
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Donald Trump has made liberal internationalism great again
By Daniel W. Drezner

Washington Post (Opinion) If your political base is irrational, get a new base
By Jennifer Rubin

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) The Immigration Reform Americans Want
By William A. Galston

October 3, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 3, 2017

National

New York Times 'Dreamers' Rush to Renew Their Protections One Last Time
By Miriam Jordan

Vice Young Immigrants Are Rushing to Renew Paperwork Before Trump Kicks Them Out
By Jaime Fuller

Los Angeles Times As deadline looms, legal service providers ramp up DACA renewal efforts
By Nina Agrawal

Los Angeles Times California Inc.: The impact of DACA on state's agriculture industry
By David Lazarus

PRI High school is hard enough without having to deal with the loss of DACA
By Emma Jacobs

The Hill Trump to talk Dreamer fix with GOP lawmakers
By Jordan Fabian and Megan R. Wilson

Vogue Paris Fashion Week's Latest Statement Tee Tackles the DREAM Act

Reuters Supreme court mulls parameters for deporting immigrant felons
By Andrew Chung

Washington Post Supreme Court begins new term with case on whether workers can be forced into individual arbitration
By Robert Barnes

FiveThirtyEight Gorsuch Could Disappoint Conservatives On Immigration
By Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux

Politico Supreme Court opens term with fight over worker rights
By Josh Gerstein

Associated Press Travel ban lawsuits filed by legal center, Muslim advocates
By Juliet Linderman

New York Times First Travel Ban Order Left Officials Confused, Documents Show
By Matt Stevens

PRI US immigration arrests rise – and neighbors sign up to witness ICE operations
By Monica Campbell

Associated Press Trump condemns 'act of pure evil' in Las Vegas
By Jonathan Lemire and Catherine Lucey

Associated Press Trump closes WH event to highlight deregulation
By Laurie Kellman

Associated Press AP sources: US spies in Havana hit by bizarre health attacks
By Michael Weissenstein, Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee

Reuters Oracle Co-CEO Denounces Trump Immigration Policies
By Salvador Rodriguez

Reuters Ranks of World's Refugees Swell as Asylum Space Shrinks: U.N.
By Stephanie Nebehay

Reuters Trump Discusses Immigration Ideas in Dinner With Republican Lawmakers
By Jeff Mason

CNN The first real electoral test of the Donald Trump era is on the horizon
By Ronald Brownstein

The Hill GOP establishment doubts Bannon's primary powers
By Ben Kamisar

New York Post (Editorial) Will Democrats betray the Dreamers just to score political points?

Deseret News (Editorial) In our opinion: Latest efforts addressing immigration are hopeful

Washington Post (Opinion) Why the rule of law suffers when we have too many laws
By Ilya Somin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Republicans are the party of ideological inconsistency
By Robert N. Lupton, William M. Myers and Judd Thornton

Washington Post (Opinion) Kasich speaks for Republicans who fear the GOP is too far gone
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) America's deadliest shooting incidents are getting much more deadly
By Philip Bump

The Hill (Op-Ed) Tillis-Lankford amnesty proposal is a betrayal of the American people
By Robert Law

Huffpost (Opinion) Trump's Travel Ban Does Nothing To Stop The Most Deadly Form Of Terror In The U.S.
By Igor Bobic

Hill (Opinion)Homeland Security searching some social media doesn't violate privacy
By Nolan Rappaport

October 2, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 2, 2017.

National

Associated Press Immigrants line up to renew work permits as program ends
By Amy Taxin and Astrid Galvan

New York Times On 'Dreamers' Deal, Democrats Face a Surprising Foe: The Dreamers
By Michael D. Shear and Yamiche Alcindor

Politico Republicans ignore Trump's bipartisan Dreamers deal
By Rachel Bade and Heather Caygle

The Hill Schumer, Pelosi call for passage of DREAM Act in new op-ed
By Josh Delk

The Hill Schumer: DACA talks with Trump going slow
By Jordain Carney

Latin Times 'Dreamer' Debate Will Have Major Political Resonance As 91% Of Latinos Want DREAM Act Passed
By Maria G. Valdez

Splinter Meet Tereza Lee, the Undocumented Immigrant Who Inspired the DREAM Act
By Jorge Rivas

Reuters U.S. Civil Liberties Group to Challenge Trump's New Travel Ban
By Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung

Washington Post ACLU and others to challenge latest Trump travel ban in court
By Matt Zapotosky

Politico Lottery visa case could unmoot SCOTUS fight on travel ban
By Josh Gerstein

Wall Street Journal Supreme Court Set to Ponder Conservative Priorities
By Jess Bravin

Business Insider In private dinner, George W. Bush criticizes Trump's decision to add North Korea to travel ban
By Allan Smith

ABC 7 Long Beach veteran may be kept from bringing fiancee to U.S. with new travel ban

Associated Press Trump sets refugee cap for 2018 at 45,000

Reuters U.S. Will Admit Up to 45,000 Refugees Next Year-Trump
By Yeganeh Torbati

Voice of America White House Officially Issues Lowest Refugee Cap Ever

New York Times Immigration Agents Arrest Hundreds in Sweep of Sanctuary Cities
By Miriam Jordan

Daily Mail Immigration officers arrest hundreds in nation-wide sweep targeting 'sanctuary cities' where local police refuse to help in deportation cases
By Harvey Day

Associated Press Trump to point out efforts to undo Obama regulations
By Laurie Kellman

Associated Press For GOP women in politics, a needle that's not moving
By Jocelyn Noveck

Associated Press More trafficking victims turn to hotline with pleas for help
By David Crary

Associated Press Kamala Harris at black church: US isn't as split as it seems
By Bill Barrow

Associated Press The Latest: Americans advised to stay away from Cuba

Associated Press Domi calls for stricter immigration controls after attack

Reuters Factbox: Price Resignation Is Latest Trump Administration Departure

Washington Post Despite storm of 'racism and misogyny,' Hispanic activist Dolores Huerta remains hopeful during Trump era

Washington Post Should they go back?
By Anthony Faiola, Samantha Schmidt, and Marc Fisher

Washington Post Trump foreign policy pronouncements split the Republican Party
By Dan Balz and Emily Guskin

Washington Post This stand-up comic nails what it's like translating for your immigrant parents in his new HBO special
By Elahe Idazi

Washington Post With or without Trump, GOP insurgency plans for a civil war in 2018 midterms
By Robert Costa

The Hill Trump scrambles to contain Puerto Rico crisis
By Mike Lillis and Melanie Zanona

The Hill Kasich: I can't support the GOP if it doesn't reform
By Mallory Shelbourne

The Hill Pope calls on international community to help with migrants
By Julia Manchester

Boston Globe (Editorial) Punitive ICE arrests make Mass. less safe

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Wrong Time to Cut Back on Refugees
By Michael G. Mullen

New York Times (Opinion) Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?
By Jason Zengerle

New York Times (Opinion) The Strange Impotence of the Republican Party
By Bret Stephens

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The left is having a moment. Here's how to make it count.
By Elaine Glaser

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Virginia needs a governor who can keep standing up to the NRA
By Chelsea Parsons

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's bipartisan kick seems less than sincere
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's apathy about Puerto Rico is reflected in where he's spending his weekend
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Don't let Roy Moore fool you: Alabama is not lost
By Roy Hoffman

Washington Post (Opinion) Miss these guys yet? You betcha.
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) It's Mitch McConnell's fault?!
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Deeply divided GOP agrees on one thing: People like Trump need a huge tax cut
By Greg Sargent

CNN (Op-Ed) Schumer, Pelosi: Dreamers are as American as apple pie
By Nancy Pelosi and Charles E. Schumer

Orlando Sentinel (Opinion) What should Congress do about the Dreamers?
By Michael Joe Murphy

The Hill (Op-Ed) The significance of the Supreme Court case on extreme partisan gerrymandering
By Rep. Rod Blum

06/23/2016

Supreme Court deadlocked over DAPA; 4-4 tie, injunction remains in effect:  http://www.nytimes.com/2016/06/24/us/supreme-court-immigration-obama-dapa.html