Daily Immigration News Clips – September 4, 2017

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


USA Today DACA immigrants terrified as President Trump decides their fate
By Alan Gomez

The Hill Some GOP lawmakers are battling Trump and their party on DACA
By Cristina Marcos

Associated Press 'Dreamers' decision weighs on Trump as announcement nears
By Jill Colvin

Associated Press From CEOs to bishops, support grows for immigrant program
By Astrid Galvan and Amy Taxin

Reuters Trump to Scrap Protection for 'Dreamers,' Give Congress Six Months to Fix
By Steve Holland

Reuters Immigrant 'Dreamers'-And Their Bosses-Wait Anxiously for Trump Decision
By Dan Levine

Reuters Schoolteachers on Edge as Trump Mulls Changing 'Dreamers' Policy
By Dan Levine

New York Times Trump Seriously Considering Ending DACA, With 6-Month Delay
By Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush

Washington Post GOP leaders add their voices to the chorus calling for DACA program to stay
By David Nakamura

Washington Post CEO Tim Cook says he stands by Apple's 250 DACA-status employees
By Hamza Shaban

Washington Post Trump is expected to phase out DACA program, although decision is not finalized
By Philip Rucker, Karoun Demirjian and Maria Sacchetti

Washington Post Citing 'human element,' Tennessee pulls out of lawsuit against DACA
By David Weigel

Washington Post Hundreds of business leaders call on Trump to protect 'dreamers'
By Tracy Jan

Washington Post As GOP rallies around DACA, Grassley sows doubts about program
By Karoun Demirjian

Washington Post Moderate Republicans pitch DACA fix but are short on votes
By David Weigel and Ed O'Keefe

Wall Street Journal Paul Ryan Urges Trump to Keep 'Dreamers' Program
By Laura Meckler

Politico Trump has decided to end DACA, with 6-month delay
By Eliana Johnson

Politico Obama to speak out if Trump ends DACA
By Michael Grunwald

Politico Scott sides with 'Dreamers' on DACA
By Sergio Bustos

USA Today GOP lawmakers urge Trump to leave DACA alone, let Congress handle legislation
By Eliza Collins

NPR How Life Could Change For DACA Dreamers Under Trump Administration

HuffPost Nearly 800,000 Dreamers Wait For Trump To Decide Whether To Change Their Lives
By Elise Foley

NBC First Harvey, Now DACA in Peril: Houston-Area 'Dreamers' Face Another Storm
By Daniel Arkin

CNN DACA on the brink
By Jim Acosta

ABC DACA recipients ponder their future as Trump continues to review the program

ABC 'Dreamers' head back to school facing fears about DACA's future
By Meredith McGraw

Huffington Post Paul Ryan Says Trump Should Not End Protections For Dreamers
By Elise Foley

Marshall Project The Dreamers Won't Go Quietly
By Julia Preston

Fortune Undocumented Youth Explain Why DACA Is So Important to Them

KUTV Sen. Orrin Hatch opposes ending DACA
By John W. Yelland

The Atlantic DACA Med Students Face Uncertain Futures
By Jeremy Raff

The Hill Former Commerce secretary warns canceling DACA would 'blemish' US
By Olivia Beavers

The Hill Dem rep: Trump 'heeling to his shrinking base' over DACA
By Jacqueline Thomsen

The Hill Rick Scott calls on Congress to protect 'Dreamers'
By Brandon Carter

The Hill GOP lawmaker: Trump is slamming the door on 'Dreamers'
By Jacqueline Thomsen

The Hill Religious leaders press Trump not to end DACA: report
By Julia Manchester

The Hill Pelosi urges Ryan to meet with Hispanic Caucus to discuss DACA
By Max Greenwood

The Hill Some GOP lawmakers are battling Trump and their party on DACA
By Cristina Marcos

The Hill Alabama Senate candidate defends not knowing DACA: 'People don't care about acronyms'
By Alicia Cohn

The Hill Durbin: DACA crisis 'manufactured by Republicans'
By Rebecca Savransky

The Guardian A judge ruled this veteran is a US citizen. Now he faces deportation to Mexico
By Sam Levin

Associated Press Harvey changes the equation as do-little Congress returns
By Erica Werner

Reuters Trump's Tougher Immigration Policy Extends to Workers Post-Harvey
By Yeganeh Torbati

Wall Street Journal In Harvey Aftermath, Lawyers Mobilize to Help Houston Victims
By Nicole Hong and Sara Randazzo

Washington Post Trump pulls back threat to shut down government over border wall - for now
By Damian Paletta

CNBC Trump reportedly backs off government shutdown threat over border wall funding
By Angelica LaVito

NPR Thousands Of Haitians Enter Canada Amid Fears Of Deportation From U.S.
By David Sommerstein

WMUR Undocumented immigrant families hope to appeal deportation orders
By Jennifer Crompton

The Independent Mental illness rates among children of undocumented immigrants 'double when facing deportation'
By Andrew Buncombe

Associated Press Trump resistance groups look beyond Washington for victories
By Bill Barrow

New York Times Shaken by Harvey, Congress May Try Something New: Bipartisanship
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg

Washington Post In action after action, Trump appeals primarily to his dwindling base
By John Wagner

Washington Post With brutal Sept. to-do list, GOP already clashing over Harvey relief, debt limit
By Damian Paletta, Mike DeBonis and Ed O'Keefe

Washington Post A transgender Chechen woman and her plea for asylum in America
By Adam Taylor

Politico Summer employers hired American amid Trump visa squeeze
By Ted Hesson

Washington Post (Editorial) Harsh immigration policies, meet the Constitution

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) More Worker Visas for Less Government

USA Today (Editorial) President Trump, leave DACA alone

New York Times (Opinion) Deporting Dreamers
By David Leonhardt

New York Times (Opinion) If You Want to MAGA, Save DACA
By Bret Stephens

CNN (Opinion) Immigrant dad held 6 months in detention: 'This is my country, too'
By Romulo Avelica Gonzalez

New York Times (Op-Ed) In El Salvador, 'Girls Are a Problem'
By Catalina Lobo-Guerrero

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Looming Uncertainty for Dreamers Like Me
By Ricardo Aca

New York Times (Op-Ed) Stephen Miller Is the Enemy of My Dreams
By Maeve Higgins

Washington Post (Opinion) T H E?H O M E C O M I N G
By Stephanie McCrummen

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's next big play on immigration could be much worse than you think
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) 'Pardon? The Dreamer program?' The leading candidate in Alabama's Senate race just had a 'What is Aleppo?' moment By Amber Phillips

Washington Post (Op-Ed) No, Trump does not lack authority to protect 'dreamers'
By Andrew Pincus

Washington Post (Opinion) How about never pardoning Joe Arpaio? Is never good for you?
By Alexandra Petri

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump threatened to bury his DACA decision. He put neon lights on it, instead.
By Callum Borchers

Los Angeles Times (Op-Ed) Rescinding DACA would be the meanest of the Trump administration's mean anti-immigrant actions
By Wayne A. Cornelius

Vox (Op-Ed) I study young undocumented immigrants. Here's how DACA changed their lives.
By Roberto G. Gonzalez

Guardian (Opinion) My colleague Maria was deported. I saw the void she - and others - leave behind
By Nick Nelson

The Hill (Opinion) Texas court's pro-sanctuary cities decision can cripple enforcement
By Nolan Rappaport

Local OC Register (California) What happens if Trump ends DACA?
By Roxana Kopetman

KVIA (Texas) Immigration attorneys at shelter reassure Harvey evacuees
By Julio-Cesar Chavez

MPR (Minnesota) Tom Weber talks with two brothers from Guatemala and their attorney

IndyStar (Indiana) Immigration deal thrusts Indy into one of the biggest debates of the Trump era
By Fatima Hussein

Denver Post (Colorado) CU pledges to continue admitting students "without regard to their immigration status"

Aspen Public Radio White House Weighs DACA's Fate, Leaving Advocates And Immigrants In Limbo
By Geoff Bennett

CT Mirror As Trump ponders 'dreamers' future, Congress set to act
By Ana Radelat

Associated Press (Virginia) Virginia contest a referendum and bellwether in age of Trump
By Alan Suderman

Associated Press (Alabama) Alabama Senate candidates stump for votes over long weekend
By Kim Chandler

Washington Post (Virginia) Va. governor's race gets a jump on Labor Day, stoked by statues and Trump
By Gregory S. Schneider and Laura Vozzella

The Hill (Alabama) Alabama Senate candidate said he is unaware of what DACA is
By Julia Manchester

Akron Beacon Journal (Editorial) Beacon Journal editorial board: Trump's DACA opportunity