Daily Immigration News Clips – July 5, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 5, 2017


The Hill Pentagon considers canceling program to recruit immigrants with in-demand skills
By Rebecca Kheel

Daily Beast Imprisoned Immigrants Facing Deportation Fend for Themselves In Court
By Paul Moses

KXAN Dreamers worry as Texas, 9 other states issue call to end DACA
By Alyssa Goard

Associated Press For Iranian-Americans, Trump travel ban keeps families apart
By Amy Taxin

Associated Press US: Family ties for travel ban based on immigration law

Associated Press Trump Travel Ban Won't Keep Engaged Couples Apart After All

Reuters Trump Administration Defends Interpretation of Travel Ban Ruling
By Mica Rosenberg

Politico Trump administration defends travel ban guidelines
By Ted Hesson

Politico Poll: Majority of voters back Trump travel ban
By Steven Shepard

Bloomberg Justice Department says Trump's travel ban rules based on immigration law
By Kartikay Mehrotra

The Hill DOJ pushes back on Hawaii's request for clarity on travel ban
By Cyra Master

The Hill How Trump's travel ban evolved
By Melanie Zanona

The Hill 'Kate's Law' battle shifts to Senate, testing Dems
By Jordain Carney and Rafael Bernal

The Hill Trump: Criminal aliens stole 'beautiful American lives'
By Max Greenwood

New York Times After Backing Trump, Christians Who Fled Iraq Fall Into His Dragnet
By Vivian Yee

New York Times Deportation a 'Death Sentence' to Adoptees After a Lifetime in the U.S.
By Choe Sang-Hun

Los Angeles Times In a small-town Colorado church, an immigrant facing deportation finds sanctuary and friendship
By David Kelly

Associated Press More families fleeing Central America resettling in Mexico
By Christopher Shermna

Associated Press GOP voters blame Congress, not Trump, for lack of progress
By Thomas Beaumont and Steve Peoples

Associated Press FBI, groups at odds over efforts to ID immigrant remains
By Juan A. Alonzo

Associated Press July Fourth celebration in DC includes reminders of violence
By Ben Nuckols

Associated Press Fourth of July brings mixed feelings for some minorities
By Russell Contreras

Reuters States Refuse Trump Commission Request for U.S. Voter Data
By Chris Kenning

Washington Post Trump challenges states on voter fraud: 'What are they trying to hide?'
By David Nakamura and Mark Berman

New York Times 'I'm a Real American Now': New Citizens Take the Oath, Trump in Mind
By Avantika Chilkoti

Washington Post Teachers union leader: We won't work with Trump and DeVos because 'I do not trust their motives'
By Valerie Strauss

Washington Post Independence Day celebration in nation's capital begins on a note of unity
By Rachel Chason, Ellie Silverman and Mary Hui

Washington Post In a divided America, James Baldwin's fiery critiques reverberate anew
By Lavanya Ramanathan

Wall Street Journal U.S. Rescinds Portion of Laptop Ban on Aircraft
By Robert Wall

Reuters U.S. Lifts Laptop Restriction for Flights From Abu Dhabi
By Yaganeh Torbati

The Hill Poll: Americans say partisan tensions worse under Trump
By Max Greenwood

The Hill First Indian-American woman rep pens July 4th op-ed on becoming a citizen
By Brooke Seipel

Politico Tillerson argued with a second White House aide
By John Dawsey and Eliana Johnson

The Hill Tillerson had second 'tense' meeting with White House aide: report
By Jacqueline Thomsen

The Hill 15,000 become U.S. citizens this 4th of July
By John Bowden

Daily Beast Cop Accused of Extorting Undocumented Immigrant Woman for Sex

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump launches his opening voter suppression salvo

The Atlantic (Opinion) Why Trump Should Embrace America's Immigrant Soldiers
B Patrick Granfield

New York Times (Op-Ed) A Patriotic Fourth: What Does That Mean Now?
By Jack Healy, Jess Bidgood and Alan Blinder

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Country I Love
By Pramila Jayapal

Washington Post (Opinion) The Declaration of Independence and the case for a polity based on universal principles
By Ilya Somin

CNN (Opinion) The hidden costs in the new immigration bills
By Danny Cevallos

Washington Post (Opinion) Patriotism in the Trump era
By Katrina vanden Heuvel

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The speech I'd like to hear a Democrat give this Independence Day
By Danielle Allen

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Don't count on the Supreme Court to stop Trump's travel ban
By Katy Long

Washington Post (Opinion) Maybe the GOP split is already here
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Why we should be very afraid of Trump's vote suppression commission
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion) Once again, California has thrown a wrench into Trump's big plans
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Opinion) How Trump's nationwide voter data request could lead to voter suppression
By Christopher Ingraham

Washington Post (Opinion) While Trump was tweeting about Mika, Congress gave him a win on sanctuary cities
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post (Opinion) Patriotism once united us. Now it divides us.
By Yuval Levin

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump administration tries to circumvent Supreme Court travel ban ruling
By Ilya Somin

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Our Walled-Off Immigration Debate
By William A. Galston
July 03, 2017

New Yorker (Opinion) America's Future Is Texas
By Lawrence Wright
July 03, 2017

The Hill (Op-Ed) Refugees don't visit the US for Disneyland
By Jose Maurico Gaona
July 01, 2017


KGW (Oregon) Lawyers Gather at PDX as Travel Ban Resumes

KATU (Oregon) Trump's travel ban goes into effect, lawyers arrive at PDX

KOIN Iraq vet in ICE custody may be deported to S Korea
By Eileen Park

New York Post Meet the gas station worker on the front lines of the immigration battle
By Alexandra Klausner

Associated Press (Arizona) Ex-sheriff asks US Supreme Court to put his trial on hold
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press (Maryland) 22 immigrants become US citizens in Annapolis ceremony