Daily Immigration News Clips – July 6, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 6, 2017


Associated Press Court: Detained immigrant children entitled to court hearing
By Sudhin Thanawala

New York Times Detained Immigrant Children Are Entitled to Hearings, Court Rules
By Miriam Jordan

Politico 9th Circuit: Unaccompanied immigrant children entitled to bail hearings
By Josh Gerstein

Los Angeles Times 9th Circuit judges: Minors who enter U.S. illegally may not be confined without court hearings
By Maura Dolan

The Hill Federal court says unaccompanied immigrant minors have right to bond hearings
By Max Greenwood

Associated Press Hawaii: Including grandmas in travel ban 'preposterous'

Stat After Trump's immigration crackdown, a desert clinic tries to save lives without breaking the law
By Eric Boodman

Reuters 6 in 10 Americans Want Travel Ban, Poll Finds

The Hill Majority in new poll backs Trump's travel ban
By Rebecca Savransky

Toledo Blade New travel ban worries area's refugee families
By Antonia Ayres-Brown

Express-News Immigration bills face Senate hurdle
By Bill Lambrecht

NBC 10 Attorney General Jeff Sessions Cancels Planned Trip to Philadelphia to Talk Sanctuary Cities
By Brian X. McCrone

Austin American Statesman Anti-SB4 protest breaks out at Cedar Park 4th of July parade
By Ariana Garcia

KIII News Corpus Christi residents protest State' Sanctuary City law
By Taylor Alanis

Herald Sun Pastor facing deportation seeks sanctuary: "I did my time."
By Cliff Belamy and Camila Molina

WRAL Minister facing deportation finds sanctuary in Durham church

San Diego Union-Tribune Targeted immigration arrests in San Diego area have more than doubled under Trump
By Kate Morrissey

Voice of America Court Challenge to US Deportation Policy Cites Anti-torture Treaty
By Aline Barros

New York Times Senator, Un(Interrupted): Kamala Harris's Rise Among Democrats
By Matt Flegenheimer

New York Times Blue Cities Want to Make Their Own Rules. Red States Won't Let Them.
By Emily Badger

Washington Post Why almost every state is partially or fully rebuffing Trump's voter fraud commission
By Mark Berman and John Wagner

NBC Immigrant to American: What it Means to be a Citizen

The Hill International travel to US on the rise
By Melanie Zanona

The Hill Voter fraud commission may have violated law
By Mike Lillis and Lydia Wheeler

New York Times (Op-Ed) Back to the Center, Democrats
By Mark Penn and Andrew Stein

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The potential silver lining in Trump's travel ban
By Adam Chilton and Genevieve Lakier


Asbury Park Press Long Branch dad being deported: 'We still have hope'
By Steph Solis

Gilmer Mirror Fourth of July Citizenship Ceremonies Offer Vision of America at Its Best

Associated Press (Wisconsin) Immigrant Rights Group Say Milwaukee Caves in to Pressure

Associated Press (Florida) Suit slams Trump-influenced immigrant detentions in Florida

New York Times (Florida) U.S. Citizen Detained by Mistake Sues Miami-Dade Over Immigration Enforcement
By Caitlin Dickerson

Associated Press (Arizona) Lawyers to make closing arguments at Arpaio's criminal trial
By Jacques Billeaud

Wall Street Journal (New Jersey) Racial Impact Bill in New Jersey Underscores National Justice Debate
By Beth Reinhard and Kate King

Boston Globe (Massachusetts) Cambridge welcomes refugees, but few are resettled there
By Claire Parker

Boston Herald (Massachusetts) At July 4 celebration, Mayor Walsh highlights push for immigration reform
By Chris Villani

Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel (Wisconsin) Milwaukee Fire and Police commissioner slams immigration changes as unnecessary, adopted in secret
By Mary Spicuzza and Ashley Luthern

Inquirer.net (Washington DC) DC Fil-Ams speak out on Trump and immigration
By Jon Melegrito

News-Sentinel (Opinion) Lucky us
By Lee Morris

Atlanta Journal Constitution (Opinion) Torpy at Large: Shattered families, broken hearts - America on ICE
By Bill Torpy

Arizona Daily Star (Op-Ed) Immigrants Once Again Denied the Dream by Gov. Ducey
By Reyna Montoya

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Opinion) Dan Simpson: Ban the travel ban
By Dan Simpson

San Francisco Chronicle (Op-Ed) Proposed Kate's Law would not have saved Kate Steinle
By Matt Gonzalez