Daily Immigration News Clips – August 10, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 10, 2017

National

TIME Immigration Raids Are Sweeping Up More People Who Weren't Targets
By Tessa Berenson

CBS Where Americans stand on immigration
By Jennifer De Pinto

The Hill House to take up spending bills, then budget
By Niv Elis

Associated Press Judge won't give Texas 'sanctuary city' ban early blessing
By Paul J. Weber

Huffington Post Judge Tosses Texas Request To Declare Anti-Sanctuary Law Constitutional
By Roque Planas

Texas Tribune Judge dismisses Paxton lawsuit over "sanctuary cities" law
By Julian Aguilar

Houston Chronicle Federal judge tosses Paxton's preemptive SB4 lawsuit
By Andrea Zelinski

Austin American Statesman AG Ken Paxton's suit against Austin over 'sanctuary cities' ban dismissed
By Philip Jankowski

Los Angeles Times California sheriffs and Gov. Jerry Brown in talks over possible changes to 'sanctuary state' legislation
By Jazmine Ulloa

LA Weekly California Readies for Clash With Trump Over Immigration - and It Has a Special Tool
By Jason McGahan

Mercury News In California, 'sanctuary state' and other immigration bills face surprising opposition
By Katy Murphy

Associated Press Back road to hope: Migrants flood Canada at remote outpost
By Wilson Ring

Reuters Canada to Set Up Border Camp as Number of Asylum Seekers Swells
By Allison Lampert

Associated Press US colleges help foreign students wary of traveling home
By Kantele Franko

The Intercept Documents Reveal the Behind-the-Scenes Chaos of the Muslim Ban
By Cora Currier

Associated Press Ex-Sheriff Joe Arpaio Says He Isn't Seeking Trump's Pardon

New York Times The Alt-Right Finds a New Enemy in Silicon Valley
By Kevin Roose

Washington Post Trump said the Australians were 'worse than I am' on immigration. A suicide may prove his point.
By Max Bearak

Washington Post Trump takes issue with McConnell's accusation that he had 'excessive expectations' for Congress
By John Wagner

Politico Trump friend Tom Barrack said to be in talks to become ambassador to Mexico
By Josh Dawsey

The Hill Poll: Voters support Trump-backed immigration bill
By Robin Eberhardt

Washington Post (Editorial) Ideology trumps crime-fighting at Sessions's Justice Department

Grand Island Independent (Editorial) Immigrants an important part of labor force

Fox News (Opinion) Trump's new immigration plan is so narrowly written that even a Nobel Prize winner could have trouble coming here
By William Stock

Washington Post (Opinion) Kelly cannot treat Trump like a normal president
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Why the GOP might kill the filibuster after all
By Charles Lane

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump administration says solving opioid crisis is 'an absolute priority,' but it hasn't done much about it so far
By Nicole Lewis

Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans aren't getting a warm welcome at home
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) In a new poll, half of Republicans say they would support postponing the 2020 election if Trump proposed it
By Ariel Malka and Yphtach Lelkes

Washington Post (Opinion) President Trump's claim that low-skilled immigration placed 'substantial pressure' on U.S. workers
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump cleanup patrol just had its biggest job yet
By Dana Milbank

Washington Post (Op-Ed) What is the Trump administration's greatest accomplishment to date?
By Daniel W.Drezner

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's immigration vision isn't the Reagan way
By Marc Thiessen

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) How Trump Won, in Two Dimensions
By F.H. Buckley

USA Today (Op-Ed) Immigrant families make America great
By Ali Noorani

Los Angeles Times (Opinion) Gov. Brown is right about the 'sanctuary state' bill: Protect law-abiders and help boot the bad guys
By George Skelton

The Hill (Op-Ed) It's time to stop Trump's deportation machine
By Kica Matos

The Hill (Op-Ed) The GOP civil war will have no winners, only casualties
By Eric Ham

The Hill (Op-Ed) What ever happened to mass incarceration reform?
By Former Rep. Donna F. Edwards (MD)

The Tennessean (Op-Ed) Trump's travel ban and rhetoric damages the country
By Wade Munday

The Tennessean (Op-Ed) President Trump can protect Tennessee's DACA recipients
By Zacnite Vargas

Forbes (Opinion) Building Success: This Is How Immigration, Entrepreneurship And Education Connect
By Robyn Shulman

Brides.com (Opinion) How Trump's Travel Ban Is Affecting Honeymoons
By Lea Rose Emery

Local

San Francisco Chronicle Deportation order splits Oakland family and highlights shift under Trump
By Hamed Aleaziz

New York Times (New York) 644,000 Old Warrants Scrapped for Crimes Like Public Drinking
By James C. McKinley Jr.

Sacramento Bee Yuba City father detained for deportation during regular ICE check-in
By Anita Chabria

San Diego Union-Tribune ICE in San Diego on pace to deport fewer people than last year, most without a criminal record
By Greg Moran

Associated Press Immigrant Mom to Stay in US While Child Treated for Cancer

ABC 7 Immigration hearing set for Roselle, NJ, father of 4 facing deportation

Hartford Courant Deportation Orders Spike Under Trump
By Edmund H. Mahony

Denver Post Top political leaders rally on behalf of Colorado's 17,000 DACA recipients as program faces possible legal challenge
By Jesse Paul

Fox 31 Colorado leaders defend DACA as potential lawsuit looms
By Joe St. George

Yakima Herald Yakima City Council will vote on sending DACA support letter to President Trump
By Kaitlin Bain

Associated Press (Louisiana) Judge blocks law requiring birth certificates to marry
By Michael Kunzelman

New York Times (California) Democratic Fight in California Is a Warning for the National Party
By Adam Nagourney

New York Times (Maryland) Maryland City May Let Noncitizens Vote, a Proposal With Precedent
By Maggie Astor

Washington Post (Maryland) College Park postpones decision on allowing noncitizens to vote
By Rachel Chason

Washington Post (Virginia) Much-lampooned ultrasound bill revived in race for Va. lieutenant governor
By Laura Vozzella

Washington Post (Virginia) Another poll gives Northam a slight edge over Gillespie in Va. governor's race
By Fenit Nirappil