Daily Immigration News Clips – July 7, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 7, 2017

National

ProPublica ICE Officers Told to Take Action Against All Undocumented Immigrants Encountered While on Duty
By Marcelo Rochabrun

Associated Press US judge blocks deportation of Iraqi nationals 2 more weeks

Reuters U.S. Judge Extends Halt on Iraqi Deportations
By Mica Rosenberg

Washington Post Three refugees lied to escape Iraq a decade ago. Now, the U.S. might send them back.
By Rachel Weiner

WXYZ Federal judge extends stay on deportation of Iraqis arrested in metro Detroit
By Scott Anderson and Max White

Associated Press Justice Dept questions cities' immigration info sharing
By Sadie Gurman

Reuters Cities dubbed immigrant 'sanctuaries' hit back on Trump funding threat
By Mica Rosenberg and Jonathan Allen

Washington Post DOJ: Some sanctuary jurisdictions 'boldly asserted' they won't comply with U.S. requests
By Maria Sacchetti

Reuters U.S. Judge Rejects Hawaii's Bid to Exempt Grandparents From Trump Travel Ban
By Dan Levine

New York Times As Travel Ban Takes Effect, 3 Books That Delve Into the Immigration Debate
By Concepcion de Leon

Washington Post Judge rejects Hawaii bid to exempt grandparents from Trump's travel ban
By Matt Zapotosky

Politico Hawaii judge declines to clarify travel ban guidelines from SCOTUS
By Ted Hesson

Washington Post Texas is getting a new 'sanctuary cities' law, and the Mexican government isn't happy
By Alex Horton and Joshua Partlow

ABC 12 LULAC lawyer on SB4 lawsuit: 'We have to prevail'
By Jessie Degollado

SBG San Antonio Police Chief McManus calls 'Sanctuary City' law racially biased

Associated Press Activists, Labor Groups Oppose Trump's Immigration Policies

Associated Press Irishman who lived in US illegally for a decade is deported

The Hill Top Dem urges Mattis not to cancel immigrants' enlistment contracts
By Rebecca Kheel

The Week Should veterans be protected from deportation?
By Dorian Merina

Star Tribune Metro Transit police consider new policy on immigration queries
By Janet Moore

Reveal A judge said these kids get a green card. ICE says they get deported
By Bernice Yeung

Associated Press Survey: US companies add a modest 158,000 jobs in June
By Christopher S. Rugaber

Associated Press Mexicans reunite with children in US under special program
By Claudia Torrens

Washington Post What is 'Kate's Law?'

Washington Post The most popular fact checks of 2017, so far
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Meg Kelly

Wall Street Journal Some Prosecutors Offer Plea Deals to Avoid Deportation of Noncitizens
By Corinne Ramey

Vox A legal journalist on the "surreal" experience of becoming a US citizen under Trump
By Dara Lind

Engadget Spotify's new series tackles topics like immigration and equality
By Edgar Alvarez

New York Times (Opinion) 'The Siren Calls of the Left'
By David Leonhardt

Washington Post (Opinion) To win the working class, Democrats need to start talking straight
By Ronald A. Klain

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's dangerous thirst for a clash of civilizations
By Eugene Robinson

Washington Post (Opinion) Federal judge issues strange ruling denying Hawaii's challenge to administration's implementation of Trump's travel ban executive order
By Ilya Somin

Washington Post (Opinion) What the idea of civilization does (and doesn't) mean to Trump
By Ishaan Tharoor

The Hill (Op-Ed) The affordable housing crisis and its connection to the wage-rent gap
By Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) and Diane Yentel

The Hill (Op-Ed) The rise of state attorneys general a boon to democracy
By Mark Totten

Huffington Post (Op-Ed) Despite Promises, Florida Police Are Acting Like Immigration Agents And Separating Families
By Thomas Kennedy

Local

Associated Press (Florida) ACLU sues Miami-Dade over detention of immigrants
By Adriana Gomez Licon

Associated Press (Oregon) Lawsuits expected over Oregon's abortion funding bill
By Andrew Selsky

Associated Press (Arizona) The Latest: Prosecutor: Arpaio ignored judge to aid campaign

Wall Street Journal (New York) Bronx Immigration Organization Charged With Advertising Fake ID Cards
By Corrine Ramey

Governing (Florida) ACLU Sues to Stop Miami-Dade County's Immigration Policy
By Douglas Hanks

KMVT (Idaho) Jerome County residents protest ICE renting beds in the county jail