Daily Immigration News Clips – January 22, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on January 22, 2018

National

Marshall Project Lost in Court
By Julia Preston

CNBC Trump and tech have clashed on immigration, but H-1B issue might bring them together
By Aditi Roy

NPR Explaining 'Chain Migration' Or 'Family Reunification'
By Lulu Garcia Navarro

Associated Press (AP) Schumer's moment: Shutdown puts spotlight on Dem leader
By Julia Pace

Wall Street Journal Border Wall Recedes as Issue in Immigration Fight
By Laura Meckler

Politico Dreamers dragged through the mud
By Seung Min Kim

HuffPost Progressive Activists Divided On What Immigration Compromises They Will Accept
By Daniel Marans

The Washington Post Shutdown: A familiar partisan ritual takes on new meaning in the Trump era
By Karen Tumulty and Michael Scherer

Politico Fractious House Republicans rally behind Ryan on shutdown
By Rachael Bade

Politico Who gets blamed for the shutdown? Here's what the polls say
By Steven Shepard

Politico White House moves to distance Trump from shutdown
By Andrew Restuccia

The Hill GOP senators: DACA bill to get vote by Feb. 8
By Jordain Carney

The Hill Poll: Majority oppose shutting down government over DACA provision
By Jonathan Easley

The Hill GOP Sen: Durbin threw 'hand grenade' into shutdown talks by confirming 's---hole' remark
By Max Greenwood

The Hill #TrumpShutdown becomes top trending hashtag worldwide
By Brandon Carter

Roll Call On Shutdowns, Trump Once Thought 'Pressure is on the President'
By John T. Bennett

CBS News Trump campaign ad: Democrats will be "complicit in every murder committed by illegal aliens"
By Cathryn Watson

ABC News #TrumpShutdown beats #SchumerShutdown in hashtag battle to assign blame
By Adam Kelsey

Los Angeles Times Trump tweets that Mexico is the most dangerous country in the world, and Mexico fights back
By Kate Linthicum

HuffPost White House Tries To Distance Itself From Trump Campaign Ad Calling Democrats 'Complicit' In Murder
By Sam Levine

Vox This is the first real government shutdown under one-party government, ever
By Dylan Matthews

The Washington Post Trump gets mixed reviews from March for Life antiabortion protesters
By Michelle Boorstein, Michael Alison Chandler, and Julie Zauzmer

Wall Street Journal John Kelly Forges Role as Immigration Hard-Liner
By Michael C. Bender

The Washington Post Stephen Miller: Immigration agitator and White House survivor
By Ashley Parker and Josh Dawsey

The Washington Post More blame Republicans than Democrats for potential government shutdown, Post-ABC poll finds
By Scott Clement

CNN Republican leaders pressure members against Durbin-Graham DACA bill
By Tal Kopan and Phil Mattingly

The Hill Former Trump adviser: 'Graham doesn't represent' entire GOP on DACA
By Max Greenwood

Axios Leaked doc: Trumpworld's scathing assessment of immigration proposal
By Jonathan Swan

KWTX Decision on DACA could have lasting effect on U.S. Economy
By Paul J. Gately

The Washington Post ICE has detained or deported prominent immigration activists
By Maria Sacchetti and David Weigel

Cleveland.com Immigration statistics show largest increase in arrests in three years
By Michael Sangiacomo

Wall Street Journal The Curious History of 'Chain Migration'
By Tom Gjelten

The Hill (Op-Ed) It's hard out there for an immigrant; lemon lawyers make it harder
By Benjamin Edwards and Brian L. Frye

The Hill (Op-Ed) If Dems stare down Trump in Dreamer shutdown showdown, they will win
By Brent Budowsky

HuffPost (Opinion) Dreamers Live A Nightmare While Congress Runs Down The Clock
By Juan Escalante

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) This disaster is the handiwork of Donald Trump
By Greg Sargent

The New Yorker (Opinion) Did Two White House Advisers Help Push Trump Toward a Shutdown?
By Jonathan Blitzer

The Hill (Opinion) Democrats out of order on DREAM Act
By Nolan Rappaport

Local

NPR Undocumented Irish Caught In Trump's Immigration Dragnet
By John Burnett

Star Tribune (Minnesota) Ramsey County jail will no longer house immigration detainees
By Mila Koumpilova

Houston Chronicle Houston Dreamers in health care despair about DACA debate
By Todd Ackerman

KMSP Donations help 'Dreamers' cover DACA filing fees
By Iris Perez

The Washington Post In Atlanta, a 'dreamer' priest faces deportation - and a divided congregation
By Julie Zauzmer

Gainesville Sun Alachua sheriff won't join ICE pilot program
By Cindy Swirko

WOOD TV 8 Kzoo doctor detained by ICE after 40 years in US
By Barton Dieters

WDTN (Ohio) Dayton, Ohio Air Force Museum closed due to government shutdown

Dayton Daily News (Ohio) LOCAL IMPACT: Government shutdown threatens 100th birthday party for Springfield veteran
By Bonnie Meibers

Texas Tribune (Texas) Here's how the government shutdown is playing out in Texas
By Edgar Walters

Houston Chronicle (Texas) Shutdown so far has limited impact on Texas
By Jeremy Wallace and Kevin Diaz

Fort Worth Star-Telegram (Texas) What's this about a government shutdown? It certainly wasn't noticeable on Saturday
By Anna M. Tinsley and Matthew Martinez

Texas Monthly Ted Cruz Suddenly Goes Low-Profile on the Federal Government Shutdown
By R.G. Ratcliffe

Detroit News Mich. delegation plays blame game in shutdown showdown
By Melissa Nann Burke

Texas Public Radio Schumer, White House Respond To Shutdown By Pointing Fingers
By Jessica Taylor

CBS DFW Potential Government Shutdown Could Impact North Texas Military Members
By Britnany Jeffers

Vindicator A reporter's view of ICE's icy grip
By Kalea Hall

Vindicator UPDATE | ICE has Congressional committee notification on Adi release

Vindicator UPDATE: Sheriff's deputy tells family Adi is no longer at jail
By Kalea Hall

WKSU In a Week of Twists, Congress Steps Into the Deportation Case of Amer Adi
By M.L. Schultze

Augusta Free Press Virginia Salvadoran leaders condemn Trump's attack

Black Star News TRUMP AND REPUBLICAN LEADERS ROUNDLY CONDEMNED ON GOVERNMENT SHUTDOWN

Express Newsline Tempe fails to pass resolution opposing US-Mexico border wall

Akron Beacon Journal (Editorial) Beacon Journal/Ohio.com editorial board: Dreamers, border security and the possible

Akron Beacon Journal (Editorial) Beacon Journal/Ohio.com editorial board: Long admired, soon to be deported?

Vindicator (Opinion) Bullied by a government
By Todd Franko

Cincinnati.com (Op-Ed) Dreamers are economic cog
By David Adkisson

Seattle Times (Letters to the Editor) Immigration: Readers weigh in