Daily Immigration News Clips – June 28, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 28, 2017


Associated Press Few answers on travel ban as launch deadline looms
By Alicia A. Caldwell and Matthew Lee

Associated Press Lawyers prepare to defend travelers to US at airports
By Amy Taxin and Colleen Long

Associated Press Immigration Lawyer: Supreme Court Decision Still a Win

Reuters Supreme Court's Recent Unity Faces Looming Test
By Lawrence Hurley

Reuters Some Would-Be Immigrants Left in Limbo After Supreme Court Travel Ban Order
By Dan Levine

Politico Trump's travel ban win (sort of)
By Ted Hesson

CNN Supreme Court order may cause travel chaos
By Laura Jarrett

WNYC Who's Really Affected by the Supreme Court's Travel Ban Ruling
By Beth Fertig

McClatchy Supreme Court decision raises new questions: Who is exempt from travel ban?
By Franco Ordonez

Cronkite News Trump gets partial win from Supreme Court on stalled travel ban
By Nathan J. Fish

San Francisco Examiner Supreme Court reinstates part of Trump's travel ban

Washington Times Trump applauds Supreme Court, feels 'gratified' by ruling to revive travel ban
By Stephen Dinan

CBS Congress this week: Health care, Russian meddling, immigration
By Rebecca Shabad

The Hill Dems won't whip votes on 'Kate's Law'
By Mike Lillis

Washington Post Detroit judge halts deportations of more than 1,400 Iraqi nationals nationwide
By Abigail Hauslohner and Samantha Schmidt

NPR Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Deportation Of 1,400 Iraqis Nationwide
By Bill Chappell

BBC US deportations of Iraqis halted by Michigan judge

Detroit Free Press Judge issues stay halting deportation of 1,444 Iraqis nationwide
By Tresa Baldas

Washington Post An ICE agent visited a restaurant. About 30 employees quit the next day, its owner says.
By Tim Carman and Avi Selk

PolitiFact Trump says 'time has come' for law restricting federal assistance to immigrants. It already exists
By Miriam Valverde

CNBC Tensions rising in Silicon Valley over Trump's immigration crackdown
By Harriet Taylor

NBC U.S. Resident Facing Deportation Granted New Hope After Supreme Court Ruling
By Chris Fuchs

Fox Supreme Court travel ban: Flood of lawsuits expected from ruling
By Christopher Wallace

Associated Press Int'l arrivals to US declined slightly in October 2016
By Beth J. Harpaz

Associated Press Supreme Court term ended much different than it began
By Mark Sherman

Reuters Once on the Outside, Conservative Koch Network Warms to Trump
By James Oliphant

Reuters Indonesia Imposes Travel Ban on Trump's Business Partner
By Fransiska Nangoy

Wall Street Journal IMF Lowers Forecast for U.S. Economy Amid Rising Policy Uncertainty
By Ian Talley

ProPublica Is Trump Administration's Visa Push a Way to Win Health Care Votes?
By Michael Grabell and Justin Elliot

The Hill Ryan attacks cable news in op-ed
By Rebecca Savransky

The Hill Changing America: America's growing education divide
By Reid Wilson

Desert Sun New study debunks notion that immigration causes crime
By Gustavo Solis

New York Times (Op-Ed) Can Trump Compete With Obama on Cuba?
By Jorge I. Dominguez

New York Times (Op-Ed) Your Travel Ban Isn't Safe Yet, Mr. Trump
By Corey BrettSchneider

New York Times (Opinion) Canada's Ruthlessly Smart Immigration Policy
By Jonathan Tepperman

New York Times (Op-Ed) Do I Report a Teacher's Racist Facebook Post?
By Kwame Anthony Appiah

New York Times (Op-Ed) Writers From the Right and Left React to the Supreme Court's Decisions
By Anna Dubenko

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The Supreme Court's travel ban order shows that lawyers can't save us from Trump
By Diala Shamas

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Controversial Supreme Court decisions change public opinion - in part because the media mostly report on them uncritically
By Katerina Linos and Kimberly Twist

Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) The Justices Lay Down the Law
By David B. Rivkin Jr. and Lee A. Casey

Aljazeera (Op-Ed) The Muslim ban: Did Trump really win?
By Lauren Carasik

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) Supreme Court's travel ban ruling is not the 'clear victory' that President Trump claims
By Omar Jadwat

The Hill (Op-Ed) How the fractured media landscape is fueling the resurgence of white nationalists
By EJ Hurst II

The Hill (Op-Ed) On 'sanctuary cities,' let's listen to law enforcement
By Ali Noorani


CBS Minnesota Guatemala Man Faces Deportation For Running Red Light, Driving Without License
By Nina Moini

Capital & Main ICE Detention Facility Locks Out Clergy and Lawyers
By Vivian Rothstein

Associated Press (Arizona) Former Phoenix-area sheriff heads to 2nd day of trial
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press (Arizona) Publicist says Joe Arpaio wouldn't have violated court order
By Jacques Billeaud

The Tennessean (Tennessee) Mayor Barry urges council to rethink Nashville immigration ordinance after legal opinion
By Joey Garrison

By Autumn Diesburg and Emily Kresse

KHOU Hundreds rally in protest of SB4 in San Antonio
By Natassia Paloma

KXAN Advocacy groups, legal clinics see rise in questions related to SB4
By Alyssa Goard

Times Herald Record (California, Op-Ed) Heather Yakin: Immigrants willing to take risks for freedom
By Heather Yakin