Daily Immigration News Clips – July 13, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 13, 2017


Politico Trump crafting plan to slash legal immigration
By Eliana Johnson and Josh Dawsey

Associated Press DHS chief has doubts about legality of immigration program
By Kevin Freking

Washington Post DHS's Kelly tells Hispanic caucus DACA might not survive court challenge
By Maria Sacchetti

CNN Trump admin to lawmakers: DACA in jeopardy
By Tal Kopan

Politico Kelly won't commit to defending DACA in court
By Ted Hesson

McClatchy Top Trump official warns special immigration status may end soon for a million people
By Franco Ordonez

The Hill Hispanic caucus member challenges Kelly on 'Dreamers'
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press House panel unveils foreign aid cuts, backs US-Mexico wall
By Andrew Taylor

Wall Street Journal House GOP Again Seeks Funds for Trump's Border Wall
By Laura Meckler and Kristina Peterson

Politico Border battle brewing
By Ted Hesson

Washington Post Rights groups sue U.S. government, alleging it is turning away asylum applicants
By Joshua Partlow

Guardian Lawsuit claims US has threatened and misled immigrants seeking asylum
By Amanda Holpuch

Reuters Asylum Seekers Turned Away at U.S.-Mexico Border Sue U.S. Government
By Mica Rosenberg

Reuters U.S. Attorney General Says to Hire 300 Prosecutors to Fight Crime
By Eric Walsh

Associated Press Judge not inclined to reinstate Trump sanctuary cities order

Reuters U.S. Judge Unlikely to Remove Block on Trump Sanctuary City Order
By Dan Levine

New York Times Job One at Homeland Security Under Trump: Immigration
By Ron Nixon

TIME Going After the 'Really Bad Dudes'
By Maya Rhodan

PRI In Boston, an Irish immigrant's arrest highlights the role of race in immigration enforcement
By Kenya Downs

Associated Press US hits 50,000 refugee cap, but some others still allowed in
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Washington Post U.S. surpasses Trump administration's cap on refugee admissions
By Abigail Hauslohner

Associated Press AP-NORC Poll: Three-quarters in US say they lack influence
By Laurie Kellman and Emily Swanson

Associated Press AP EXPLAINS: why term 'la raza' has complicated roots in US
By Russell Contreras

Associated Press Face scans for US citizens flying abroad stir privacy issues
By Frank Bajak and David Koenig?

Associated Press Third time's charm on visas for Afghan girls robotics team

Politico Trump intervenes to grant rejected Afghan girls entry to U.S. for robot contest
By Nahaal Toosi

New York Times A Refugee Family Arrives in Arkansas, Before the Door Shuts
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times The Gang Murders in the Suburbs
By Liz Robbins and Nadia T. Rodriguez

Washington Post Republicans' Obamacare repeal bill would bar some immigrants from buying insurance on the exchanges
By Kim Soffen

Wall Street Journal Some Mentally Ill Federal Inmates Receive Little to No Treatment, Audit Finds
By Beth Reinhard

Los Angeles Times Trump administration delays program that lets immigrant entrepreneurs into the U.S.
By Tracey Lien and Jack Flemming

The Hill ICE chief warns MS-13 that his 'gang is bigger'
By Max Greenwood

New York Times (Opinion) The Closing of the Republican Mind
By Thomas B. Esdall

Washington Post (Op-Ed) I'm a white foster parent seeing racism through my black and brown children's eyes
By Shmuly Yanklowitz

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The black-white unemployment gap is at an all-time low. Here's how to keep it there.
By Jared Bernstein

Washington Post (Opinion) The alt-right is an attack on Western values. Liberals shouldn't surrender so easily.
By Jason Willick

Washington Post (Opinion) Do constitutional rights constrain US government actions abroad?
By Ilya Somin

Washington Post (Opinion) Can it be a crime to do opposition research by asking foreigners for information?
By Eugene Volohk

US News & World Report (Op-Ed) Immigration Disrupted
By Demetrios Papademetriou


Sacramento Bee How Trump is turning immigrants into citizens at a fast pace
By Hattie Xu, Phillip Reese and Anita ChabriaHxu

Houston Chronicle Bad immigration decision leads to shrimp shortage
By Chris Tomlinson

WKYC Willard father of four faces deportation back to Mexico

Palm Beach Post Trump's nephew called eatery manager facing deportation an "old friend"
By Jennifer Sorentrue

Associated Press Fight flares in Arizona over tuition for young immigrants
By Clarice Silber

Nevada Independent Sessions promises review of Las Vegas 'sanctuary' label, stresses cooperation with local authorities
By Megan Messerly and Riley Snyder

Las Vegas Sun Sessions promises quick review of local immigration policies
By Yvonne Gonzalez

Washington Post (Virginia) After near miss in Va. governor's race, Corey Stewart says he will challenge Sen. Tim Kaine in 2018
By Antonio Olivo and Jenna Portnoy

Las Vegas Sun (Editorial) Mr. Sessions, here's why Las Vegas doesn't support you on immigration

Star Telegram (Editorial) Who would guess? Texas might sue Trump

Anderson Herald Bulletin (Editorial) Indiana enjoys many benefits of immigration

Sandusky Register (Opinion) What if they were white children?
By Matt Westerhold

Norwalk Reflector (Op-Ed) Will Rep. Bob Gibbs stand up for Jesus Lara and his American kids?
By Lynn Tramonte