Daily Immigration News Clips – March 8, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 8, 2017

National

Associated Press: Hawaii plans to fight President Trump's revised travel ban
By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher

Washington Post: Hawaii plans to sue to block new Trump travel ban
By Matt Zapotosky

Wall Street Journal: Hawaii Plans to Challenge Revised Travel Ban
By Ian Lovett

Associated Press: Justice Department wants its appeal of old travel ban tossed
By Martha Bellisle

Politico: Trump administration drops appeal over first travel ban
By Josh Gerstein

CNN Money: Tech companies condemn Trump's revised travel ban
By Seth Fiegerman

PRI: Will the travel ban and building a wall fix America's immigration problems?
By Traci Tong

The Hill: ACLU on Trump's revised travel ban: 'Litigation lives on'
By Lydia Wheeler

Providence Journal: Stranded Syrian doctor loses hope of returning to Brown University
By Karen Lee Ziner

CGTN: David Leopold explains the implications of Trump's revised Executive Order

BuzzFeed: Sanctuary Cities Could Lose $870 Million If Trump Hits Back, Study Says
By Adolfo Flores

Reuters: Arrested Mexican 'Dreamer' Immigrant Seeks New U.S. Legal Channel
By Dan Levine

New York Times: Educators Prepare for Immigration Agents at the Schoolhouse
By Elizabeth A. Harris

Politico: Sens. Perdue, Cotton say Trump liked their plan to curb legal immigration
By Seung Min Kim

Los Angeles Times: 'Dreamer' targeted for deportation for speaking out on immigration, attorneys say
By Jenny Jarvie

Washington Post: DHS is considering separating mothers and children who cross the border illegally
By Samantha Schmidt

The Hill: DHS head confirms he's considering separating families at border
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press: Mexico concerned by US plan to separate detained families

Associated Press: SXSW to Remove Immigration Warnings From Festival Contract

Reuters: U.N. Decries U.S. 'Vilification' of Migrants, Fears Mass Expulsions
By Stephanie Nebehay

Reuters: U.S. Judge to Rule on Singaporean Blogger's Asylum Request
By Timothy Mclaughlin

Washington Post: Immigrants bring new touches to American barbecue. Just like they always have.
By Jim Shahin

Washington Post: To fund border wall, Trump administration weighs cuts to Coast Guard, airport security
By Dan Lamothe, Ashley Halsey III and Lisa Rein

Washington Post: Khizr Khan's claim that the U.S. is restricting his travel may be unraveling
By Max Bearak

Washington Post: ACLU emerges as main Trump antagonist
By Sandhya Somashekhar

Washington Post: The shocking reality for a generation of Syrian children
By Ishaan Tharoor

NPR: How Did We Get To 11 Million Unauthorized Immigrants?
By Robert Siegel

The Atlantic: America's Forgotten History of Illegal Deportations
By Alex Wagner

Business Insider: The Trump administration reportedly wants to fund the border wall by gutting agencies that protect against terrorism
By Pamela Engel

Buzzfeed: An Anti-Immigration Website Posted A Video Of Indian Families Hanging Out In A Park
By Caroline O'Donovan

LegalTech News: Immigration Expert Raises Concerns about Asylum Uses for DoNotPay Bot
By Ed Silverstein

Guardian: US suspension of fast track for H-1B visas leaves foreign workers in limbo
By Olivia Solon

Washington Post (Op-Ed): Trump could learn a thing or two about freedom and democracy from Islam
By David Decosimo

CNN (Op-Ed): Why Trump's travel ban is still a Muslim ban
By Trita Parsi and Adam Weinstein

The Nation (Opinion): The Real Goal of Trump's Travel Ban Is to Make America White Again
By Joan Walsh

The Atlantic (Opinion): The Simple Psychological Trick to Political Persuasion
By Olga Khazan

The Hill (Opinion): Trump's travel ban legally sound, defensible all the way to SCOTUS
By Nolan Rappaport

The Hill (Op-Ed): Trump's travel order runs from 'Muslim ban' past, but it can't hide
By Amanda Frost

Local

Baltimore Sun: After immigrants arrested in Baltimore, people are fearful
By Luke Broadwater, Sarah Gantz and Lorraine Mirabella

Lagniappe Weekly: Immigration changes could affect local jails, police
By Jason Johnson

Associated Press (Atlanta): Group Plans Free Legal Help for Detained Noncitizens

WJR (Michigan): Reginald Pacis, Attorney, Immigration Practice - March 7, 2017

Associated Press: Where Trump won in NYC, residents allay immigrants' fears
By Claudia A. Torrens

Akron Beacon Journal (Editorial): Illegal voting? It's infinitesimal

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Op-Ed): E Pluribus_3: The Trump Speech: Change of Style, but not Substance
By Tom Sutton

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 17030835.