Daily Immigration News Clips – June 4, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 4, 2018


Reuters U.S. may open door to more temporary immigrant workers, Trump aide says

CNN How one month reshaped the US immigration landscape
By Catherine E. Shoichet

Asian American Press Legal and policy describing White House statements on unaccompanied children: 'Lies'

Washington Post Illegal border crossings remained high in May despite Trump's crackdown
By Nick Miroff

Politico 77,000 cases involving migrant kids are stuck in limbo. Splitting up families will make it worse.
By Sarah Frostenson

Politico Blowback over border separations amps up tensions inside Trump administration
By Nancy Cook and Ted Hesson

CNN Moms seeking asylum wait to reunite with kids
By Gary Tuchman

The Hill Zinke cites 'environmental disaster' in sending park police to border
By Miranda Green

NBC News Trump migrant family separations protested as U.S. is accused of violating human rights
By Suzanne Gamboa

Al Jazeera Americans protest against 'inhumane' family separation policy
By Azad Essa

Salon "Child abuse by government": How child-parent separation at the border is traumatizing kids
By Nicole Karlis

New York Times Fewer Immigrants Are Reporting Domestic Abuse. Police Blame Fear of Deportation.
By Cora Engelbrecht

The Intercept Border Patrol Continues to Exaggerate Danger to Agents to Justify Violence Against Immigrants
By Debbie Nathan

The Independent US immigration agents double number of workplace raids, spreading fear and tearing families apart
By Clark Mindock

Politico House Republicans careen toward immigration showdown
By Rachael Bade

CNN McCain says he supports effort to force immigration bill to House floor
By Clare Foran

The Hill This week: GOP faces make-or-break moment on immigration
By Jordain Carney and Melanie Zanona

Axios What we're watching: The DACA debate heats up on the hill
By Stef W. Kight

New York Times Senate Republicans Are Newly Hopeful About the Midterms. For Good Reason.
By Jonathan Martin

New York Times Democrats Hope an Asian Influx Will Help Turn Orange County Blue
By Vivan Yee

Washington Post GOP candidates echo Trump on immigration as president transforms party in his image
By Sean Sullivan

Washington Post A 64-year-old put his life savings in his carry-on. U.S. Customs took it without charging him with a crime.
By Christopher Ingraham

Florida Politics Matt Haggman says ICE should be abolished
By Ryan Nicol

AP Kasich attacks GOP for not opposing Trump on tariffs, DACA

Wall Street Journal In Race to Succeed Paul Ryan, More Names Pop Up
By Kristina Peterson

Washington Post Answering the call
By Tim Craig

Washington Post In a Georgia town, nine people explain their frustration and optimism on immigration
By Jenna Johnson

NPR Protesters Across The U.S. Decry Policy Of Separating Immigrant Families

Newsday (Editorial) Immigration reform is lost in Congress

Washington Post (Opinion) Steve Bannon's clever idea to save the GOP from brutal midterms
By Fareed Zakaria


Texas Tribune Attorneys push to end separation of families that enter U.S. illegally
By Julian Aguilar

Las Vegas Review-Journal Las Vegas protest calls for end to separation of immigrant kids from parents

El Paso Times (Op-Ed) A children's immigration camp could be like the 2016 Bliss refugee center
By Ed Shugert

Arizona Republic (Editorial) What you have to lose in this toxic immigration war (hint: it's a lot)

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Taking immigrant kids from parents shows contempt for families.
By Dr. Reshem Agarwal and Dr. Marsha Griffin

Texas Monthly (Opinion) Border Agents Are Using a New Weapon Against Asylum Seekers
By Robert Moore