Daily Immigration News Clips – June 11, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 11, 2018


Reuters Lawyers, workers question putting immigration detainees in U.S. prisons

ProPublica How Racial Profiling Goes Unchecked in Immigration Enforcement
By Kavitha Surana

KCEN Former ICE officer speaks on immigration controversies
By Andrew Moore

Wall Street Journal House Republicans Close In on Immigration Proposal
By Kristina Peterson and Laura Meckler

CNN House DACA talks prepare to enter new high-stakes stage
By Tal Kopan and Lauren Fox

Politico House Republicans struggle to hash out immigration deal

The Hill DACA deadline looms with no deal in sight

Associated Press Legal immigrants can wait weeks to cross US-Mexico border
By Elliot Spagat and Nomaan Merchant

Reuters Fear drives forced labor underground along U.S.-Mexico border
By Ellen Wulfhorst

Washington Post After losing DACA and facing deportation, he returned to Mexico. He was killed weeks later.
By Samantha Schmidt

CNN Justice Department won't defend DACA in Texas lawsuit
By Nicole Chavez

The Hill DOJ not defending DACA in lawsuit brought by Texas
By John Bowden

Hartford Courant In The Rain, In Pain, Wethersfield Man Walks For Dreamers
By Dave Altimari

The Hill Census Bureau's chief scientist warned secretary in memo against adding citizenship question

Buzzfeed John Kelly Instructed A DHS Official Not To Email Staff To Avoid Public Scrutiny
By Jason Leopold

Associated Press Critics blast Trump for sending border detainees to prison

Reuters Nearly 1,800 families separated at US-Mexico border in 17 months through February

Wall Street Journal Mass Hearings, Uncertain Futures for Migrants Separated From Their Children
By Alicia A. Caldwell

The Washington Post 'They just took them?' Frantic parents separated from their kids fill courts on the border
By Michael E. Miller

The Hill Dem congresswoman: Imprisoned asylum-seeking women have no idea where their children are
By Luis Sanchez

USA Today 'Why are you taking him?': Trauma lingers from 'zero tolerance' immigration policy that separates parents, kids
By Rick Jervis

The Boston Globe Down on the border, a new trail of tears
By Liz Goodwin

Associated Press Federal judge temporarily blocks deportation of pizza worker

The Washington Post Immigrant arrested while delivering pasta to military base will get to stay in U.S. - for now
By Avi Selk

CNN NYC pizza delivery man given emergency stay after immigration detention
By Amir Vera and Polo Sandoval

The Hill Pizza delivery man granted emergency stay after being detained by ICE

Associated Press Sheriff: Jailed Immigrant Killed Self Despite Camera, Checks

Associated Press US says immigrant dies of 'apparent suicide' in Texas jail

The Washington Post A family was separated at the border, and this distraught father took his own life
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Honduran man in US custody kills himself after being separated from wife and child at border: report
By Avery Anapol

Associated Press Gardening company at center of immigration raids says it wasn't aware if workers used fake papers

Associated Press Immigration raid worries landscapers relying on foreign help
By John Seewer

Splinter DOJ Compares Undocumented Immigrants Caught in Ohio Raid to Bank Robbers
By Jorge Rivas

Associated Press Two immigrants dead of 'apparent suicide' in separate incidents after detained by US authorities

Associated Press Eritrean US detainee kills himself at Egyptian airport
By Samy Magdy and Amy Forliti

Associated Press Mexico Leftist's Pitch to Trump: Growth, Not Walls to Fix Migration

Associated Press Immigration Firm Seems to Thrive After Trump Lawyer's Help

Associated Press US mayors push to curb gun violence, help immigrants
By Alanna Durkin Richer

Associated Press Bourdain's death means loss of a voice for immigrant workers
By Terry Tang

New York Times A Visa Lottery Winner a Decade Ago, a U.S. Soldier Returns Home to Lithuania
By Eric Schmitt

Slate Why Jeff Sessions Won't Quit

Bozeman Daily Chronicle Sessions focuses on immigration, border security in Bozeman speech
By Whitney Bermes

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Angry that ICE is ripping families apart? Don't just blame Trump. Blame Clinton, Bush and Obama, too.
By Carly Goodman

CNN (Op-Ed) Jeff Sessions tried and failed to justify splitting up migrant families
By Raul A. Reyes

The Hill (Op-Ed) The progressive blue wave is crashing and burning in 2018

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump's immigration outrage
By Juan Williams

HuffPost (Op-Ed) Democrats Have To Get Real About Both Race And Class
By Mike Lux

HuffPost (Op-Ed) ICE Deserves Every Bit Of Our Contempt
By Juan Escalante


San Francisco Examiner U.S judge says some immigration detainees entitled to bond hearing after six months

Norwalk Reflector Corso's 'troubled' by 'alleged poor treatment' of employees

Norwalk Reflector Photos of protest of Corso's raid

Cleveland.com Sandusky gardening company raided by immigration authorities releases statement
By Eric Heisig

Sandusky Register Corso's cooperating, 'does right by the law... its employees and customers'
By Matt Westerhold

Toledo Blade Witnesses recall raid for illegal immigrants in area

Associated Press Children From Border Fight in Washington State Foster Care

Associated Press (Massachusetts) Massachusetts to hire 5 new federal prosecutors

Los Angeles Times (California) Border protection commissioner talks 'zero tolerance,' family separations and how to discourage immigration

Public News Service (Tennessee) TN Delegation Meets with Congress Members on ICE Raids
By Stephanie Carson

St. Louis Dispatch (Editorial) Human rights abuses come home

Press Herald (Editorial) Inhumane border policy rejects American values

Central Maine (Editorial) Trump's new border policy runs counter to American values

The Marietta Times (Editorial) Ensuring an effective immigration policy

Times Union (Editorial) A crime against children

Seattle Times (Opinion) The stunning cruelty of immigrant-family separations
By Ann McFeatters

The Inquirer (Opinion) 'Never again'? 'Again' is happening right now on America's border. What will you do? | Will Bunch
By Will Bunch

Norwalk Reflector (Op-Ed) Now they're raiding garden centers