Daily Immigration News Clips – April 16, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 16, 2018

National

Pro Publica and the Philly Inquirer No Sanctuary: Crush of Cases, Less Scrutiny
By Deborah Sontag and Dale Russakoff

Mother Jones ICE Cold: How a Loyal Obama Bureaucrat Became the Face of Trump's Deportation Force
By Noah Lenard

Asian American News Immigration rights group condemns forced detention of mother at Green Card interview

AP Citizen question on census reveals partisan divide among AGs

Wall Street Journal Citizenship Question Rankles in a Trial Run of 2020 Census
By Jon Kamp and Janet Adamy

New York Times A Reporter's Mission to the Border Takes Him Backstage With the Troops
By Manny Fernandez

The Washington Post Despite vow to end 'catch and release,' Trump has freed 100,000 who illegally crossed the border
By Maria Sacchetti

Roll Call Trump's Strategy to Shrink Immigration Court Backlog May Not Work
By Dean DeChiaro

The Washington Post The blue Muslim wave: American Muslims launch political campaigns, hope to deliver 'sweet justice' to Trump
By Abigail Hauslohner

AP Deported veteran becomes US citizen after California pardon
By Elliot Spagat

CNN A deported veteran just became a US citizen. Wait ... what?
By Catherine E. Shoichet

HuffPost Trump's ICE Chief Loves His Deportation Force - And Thinks You Should Too
By Roque Planas

The Washington Post With neither Trump nor Maduro present, Summit of the Americas is a mostly civil affair
By Joshua Partlow and Jenna Johnson

San Francisco Chronicle H-1B application numbers fall for second year in a row
By Trisha Thadani

New York Times (Opinion) Will Democrats Win the House? Ask Texas
By Frank Bruni

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Protecting defenseless children is not an immigration 'loophole'
By Senator Dianne Feinstein

The Hill (Op-Ed) Border security weaknesses more serious than so-called caravan
By Nolan Rappaport

The Hill (Op-Ed) American prosperity shines bright but economy needs strong growth
By Douglas Holtz Eakin

HuffPost (Op-Ed) Good Riddance To Paul Ryan And His Cowardice On Immigration
By Juan Escalante

Local

Commercial Appeal For Manuel Duran and others in immigration court, stakes can be life and death
By Daniel Connolly

AJC Nuestra Comunidad: Honduran family fled oppression of native country
By Johannes Rosello

Cleveland 19 (Ohio) Silent protesters stand up against deportation
By Victor Williams

Seattle Times (Letter to the Editor): Immigration courts: 'Heartbreaking'
By Lynn Heinrisch

Daily Courier (AZ) Editorial: Give 'Dreamers' path to citizenship

NJ.com (Opinion) Don't weaponize food in U.S. immigration policy | Opinion
By Albert Kelly