Daily Immigration News Clips – August 8, 2017

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


Reuters Check Your Math, Central Banker Says: Less Immigration Equals Less Growth
By Ann Saphir

TIME Find Out If President Trump Would Let You Immigrate to America
By Lisa Marie Segarra and David Johnson

Miami Herald Marco Rubio says Trump-sponsored immigration bill is "not going to pass"
By Alex Daugherty

The Hill Rubio: Trump-backed immigration bill won't pass Senate
By Jordain Carney

Washington Times Democrats turn against immigration point system when Trump gives support
By Stephen Dinan

Columbus Dispatch Temporary worker visas up while Trump seeks immigration limit
By Danae King

NBC Meetings Planned Across Connecticut to Support DACA Students
August 07, 2017

CNN A storm is brewing for DACA this September
By Tal Kopan

Buzzfeed The ACLU Is Investigating Whether States Are Colluding With Sessions To End DACA
By Adolfo Flores

Lincoln Journal Star ACLU files DACA open records request with attorney general
By Don Walton

Associated Press Chicago sues over sanctuary city threat; Sessions fires back
By Michael Tarm and Sophia Tareen

Reuters Chicago Sues Trump Administration Over Sanctuary City Plan
By Mike Weinraub

New York Times Sessions Scolds Chicago for Suing Over 'Sanctuary Cities' Threat
By Mitch Smith

Politico Sessions blasts Rahm Emanuel over sanctuary suit
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill Trump administration will no longer treat Miami as 'sanctuary city'
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Sessions rips 'culture of lawlessness' in Chicago
By Rafael Bernal

The Independent Chicago sues Trump administration for withholding funds from sanctuary cities
By Emily Shugerman

New York Times Ras Baraka: Immigrants Living in Fear

New York Times Police Chief on Immigration Crackdown

Boston Globe Most focus on Trump's border wall. John Oliver focuses on his border agent hiring plan
By Jaclyn Reiss

By Maryam Saleh

VICE Dad granted last-minute deportation reprieve after daughter filmed his arrest
By Taylor Dolven

Hartford Courant ICE Accused of Using Children To Arrest Undocumented Parents
By Gregory B. Hladky

Associated Press Trump looks to loyal voters as support slips, agenda stalls
By Julie Pace and Laurie Kellman

New York Times Despite polling, Trump says his base is 'stronger than ever'
By Peter Baker

Washington Post 'Apply by fax': Before it can hire foreign workers, Trump's Mar-a-Lago Club advertises at home - briefly
By David A. Fahrenthold and Lori Rozsa

Washington Post Trump says his political base is 'stronger than ever' despite polling to the contrary
By John Wagner

Wall Street Journal Amid Trump's Immigration Crackdown, More Mexicans Get Visas to Work in U.S.
By Robbie Whelan

The Hill Trump spurs wave of state immigration laws
By Reid Wilson

CNN States taking more of a lead on immigration, citing federal inaction
By Tal Kopan

New York Times States Have Already Passed Almost Twice as Many Immigration Laws as Last Year
By Niraj Chokshi

The Hill Pelosi: Trump's first 200 days 'nothing but broken promises and failed leadership'
By Brandon Carter

The Hill Minnesota residents waiting for Trump to address mosque attack
By Mallory Shelbourne

CNN On average, 9 mosques have been targeted every month this year
By Nancy Coleman

Huffington Post The Ironworker Challenging Paul Ryan Sees Path To Victory Through Working People
By Daniel Marans

Roanoke Times Goodlatte and House Judiciary Committee leading Trump's call for immigration reform
By Carmen Forman

Spectrum News For minority within minority, bathroom bill and SB4 prompt opposition
By Jeff Stensland

Boston Globe (Editorial) TRUMP'S CYCLE OF LIES

NorthJersey.com (Editorial) Treat immigration detainess like human beings

Bloomberg (Op-Ed) The Past, Present and Future of U.S. Immigration
By Justin Fox

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Have a Heart, Mr. President, and Defend These Immigrants in Court
By Jeh Charles Johnson

New York Times (Op-Ed) Trafficking in Immigration Porn
By Hector Tobar

New York Times (Opinion) Right and Left React to the Justice Dept.'s Moves on Affirmative Action
By Anna Dubenko

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Political Payoff of Making Whites Feel Like a Minority
By Lynn Vavreck

Washington Post (Opinion) Ups and downs
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) A painting of Lady Liberty in hijab hangs in congressman's office. Despite protests, he says it'll stay.
By Samantha Schmidt

Washington Post (Opinion) Fact-checking the Stephen Miller-Jim Acosta exchange on immigration
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee

Washington Post (Opinion) What a Republican anti-Trump agenda should look like
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) As Mueller closes in, Trump prepares his base for the worst
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) Are we seeing a thaw in our polarized politics?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Chicago files suit against Justice Department policy targeting sanctuary cities
By Ilya Somin

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Immigration Anxieties, Then and Now
By Walter Russell Mead

Boston Globe (Opinion) In a Malden classroom, a lesson on immigration
By Yvonne Abraham

The Atlantic (Opinion) How the White House's Immigration Reforms Might Backfire
By Tom Gjelten

Politico (Opinion) Memo to Mark Zuckerberg: So You Want to Be President ...
By Bill Scher

The Hill (Op-Ed) White House policies have sanctioned discrimination and targeted South Asians, Arabs
By Suman Raghunathan

The Hill (Op-Ed) The real reason why Trump should fire Jeff Sessions
By Shermichael Singleton

The Hill (Op-Ed) So, can the president obstruct justice - or can't he?
By Ilan Wurman

USA Today (LTE) Young immigrants need protection
By Juan Carlos Cerda and Jaime Rangel


NBC 4 Connecticut Father Facing Deportation Working to Stay
By Kristen Johnson

Wall Street Journal Connecticut Officials Seek Reprieve for Man Facing Deportation
By Joseph De Avila

CNN California pastor caught in immigration enforcement net
By Kyang Lah

NBC 4 Shortage of farm workers leaving entire fields in California, other states to rot

Patch.com Highland Park Man In Controversial ICE Arrested Gets Reprieve From Deportation
By Paige Austin

Westword Disagreement in Denver Over How Much to Limit Cooperation With ICE
By Chris Walker

Los Angeles Times Deportation put on hold for man detained by ICE after dropping daughter off at L.A. school
By Joel Rubin and Andrea Castillo

Post and Courier (South Carolina) ACLU seeking documents on immigration correspondence between South Carolina and feds
By Schuyler Kropf

Washington Post (Virginia) Virginia drafts new plan to hold struggling schools accountable
By Moriah Balingit

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (Wisconsin) Immigration bills resurface in Wisconsin Legislature as opponents eye worker walkouts
By Lillian Price

ABC 7 (New York) Immigrant Protection Act approved in Westchester County
By N.J. Burkett

Boston Globe (Op-Ed) Gov. Baker's immigration bill would cast a wide net for ICE
By Eva Millona and Iván Espinoza-Madrigal