Daily Immigration News Clips – April 30, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on April 30, 2018

National

Government Executive Trump Administration Bucks Report to Institute Quotas at Immigration Courts
By Eric Katz

CNN Judge in case Sessions picked for immigrant domestic violence asylum review issued 'clearly erroneous' decisions, says appellate court
By Tal Kopan

New York Times Census Officials Say Rhode Island Rehearsal Is Going Well. Not Everyone Agrees.
By Michael Wines

AP AP FACT CHECK: MS-13 gang arrests at border are up this year

CNN Trump floats September shutdown for 'border security'
By Eli Watkins

AP US says crossing is full before caravan tries to seek asylum
By Elliot Spagat

Reuters Migrants in caravan at U.S. border bide time ahead of crossing
By Delphine Schrank

New York Times Migrant Caravan, After Grueling Trip, Reaches U.S. Border. Now the Really Hard Part.
By Kirk Semple

Wall Street Journal Central American Caravan Migrants Seek Asylum at U.S.-Mexico Border
By Alicia A. Caldwell

The Washington Post At the U.S. border, a diminished migrant caravan readies for an unwelcoming reception
By Nick Miroff

CNN Gabriela's quest for safety: Pregnant mom gets her boys through sickness, a trash train and 3,000 miles
By Leyla Santiago and Khushbu Shah

The Hill Members of migrant caravan gather at US-Mexico border
By Julia Manchester

Miami Herald Carlos Curbelo signs on to the DREAM Act
By Alex Daugherty

Reuters Top Massachusetts federal prosecutor defends court immigration arrest
By Nate Raymond

The Washington Post Democrats demand Homeland Security hand over documents on immigration chief
By Seung Min Kim

The Hill ICE wrongly arrested over 1,000 US citizens in recent years: report
By Jacqueline Crosby

ProPublica Were Henry's Civil Rights Violated?
By Hannah Dreier

Los Angeles Times ICE held an American man in custody for 1,273 days. He's not the only one who had to prove his citizenship
By Paige St. John and Joel Rubin

Reuters Trump threatens government shutdown in September if no funding for wall

The Washington Post Nigerians are walking into Canada, prompting request for U.S. to take action
By Selena Ross

The Washington Post What does 'America first' really mean?
By Jenna Johnson, Joyce Koh, Carlos Harrison, Adeshina Emmanuel, Kalani Takase, Allyson Crowell, Trevor Bach and Daniel Heyman

Marion Star Still little follow-up in child migrant cases after forced labor ring probe
By Sarah Volpenhein

NPR: How A Half-Hour In A U.S. Embassy Changed A Life

New York Times Trump's Role in Midterm Elections Roils Republicans
By Jonathan Martin, Alexander Burns, and Maggie Haberman

The Washington Post Democrats were looking at suburban districts. Now they're glancing toward rural ones too.
By Paul Kane

CNN Arizona result foreshadows a big special election battle in Ohio
By Dan Merica and Eric Bradner

CNN The Nevada Senate race shows that demographics are not destiny
By Harry Enten

CNN Democrats need to stop believing this myth about Trump's base
By Julian Zelizer

NBC News Florida groups unite, ramp up focus on Puerto Ricans, a pivotal voting block
By Carmen Sesin

The Washington Post (Editorial) The Trump administration traumatizes children in the name of scaring migrants away

New York Times (LTE) Judge's Ruling on DACA
By Tony Gallanis

HuffPost (Op-Ed) Trump Claims He Wants To Help Dreamers. Time To Put Up Or Shut Up.
By Juan Escalante

Local

Cleveland Plain Dealer Sen. Rob Portman grills HHS on handling of unaccompanied immigrant children
By Sabrina Eaton

Post Bulletin Mexico is couple's only option to escape uncertainty
By Matthew Stolle

WLWT (Ohio) Latest DACA ruling puts more pressure on Cincinnati-area immigrants
By John London

Detroit Free Press Dem chair: Michigan candidate for governor is 'pathetic, bigoted fool'
By Kathleen Gray

Lancaster Eagle Gazette Democrats Rick Neal, Rob Jarvis vie for nomination in U.S. House, 15th District
By Spencer Remoquillo

Nevada Independent For Vegas business owners, fleeting security of TPS came after surviving horrors of Salvadoran war
By Luz Grey and Michelle Rindels

Cincinnati Inquirer (Op-Ed) Opinion: Universities thrive, thanks to international students
By Steve Dreihaus

The Gazette (Iowa, Op-Ed) Immigrants taking our jobs? Iowa should hope so
By Adam Sullivan

The Oregonian (Op-Ed) Trump attacks his own Supreme Court pick: Guest opinion
By Joseph Justin Rollin