Daily Immigration News Clips – June 5, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 5, 2018


NBC News Hundreds of migrant kids separated from parents are stuck at border station
By Julia Ainsley and Courtney Kube

AFP UN says US must stop separating migrant children from parents

Los Angeles Times The latest migrant tool of resistance on the border? A video app
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Politico White House blasts Merkley after his attempt to visit a shelter for migrant children
By Ted Hesson

CNN Dem senator accuses Trump admin of 'cruel' effort against immigrant children
By Maegan Vazquez

The Hill Menendez says he was also turned away from migrant processing facility
By Luis Sanchez

Daily Beast Dem Senator Blocked From Entering Immigration Detention Center

Slate U.S. Senator Turned Away from Detention Center for Migrant Children
By Molly Olmstead

The Oregonian Sen. Jeff Merkley denied entry to immigrant detention center

Williamette Week U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley Was Denied Access to Detention Center for Immigrant Children, and Somebody Called the Police When He Went to the Door
By Rachel Monahan

Newsweek CEO of Nonprofit Shelter that Called Police on Senator for Trying to Visit Detainned Children is Paid $770,860
By Chantal da Silva

CNN Mitch McConnell's slow and steady summer plans for the Senate
By Ted Barrett

NPR Immigration Clash In Congress Coming In June
By Susan Davis

Washington Post At America's toughest border wall, a hole remains
By Nick Miroff

AP High court rules in dispute over immigrant teen's abortion
By Jessica Gresko

Reuters U.S. high court throws out immigrant teen abortion ruling
By Lawrence Hurley

Washington Post Supreme Court throws out lower-court decision that allowed immigrant teenager to obtain abortion
By Robert Barnes and Ann E. Marimow

Politico Supreme Court wipes out appeals court ruling in immigrant abortion case
By Josh Gerstein and Renuka Rayasam

The Hill Court sides with Trump administration but doesn't punish attorneys in immigrant abortion case
By Lydia Wheeler

New York Times How Latino Voting Power Will Count in the California Primary
By Jennifer Medina

Wall Street Journal An Election-Year Immigration Split Roils Republicans
By Gerald F. Seib

FiveThirtyEight.comThe Early Races To Watch On The Biggest Primary Day Of 2018
By Nathaniel Rakich

FiveThirtyEight.comWhy California Hasn't Moved On From Dianne Feinstein
By Clare Malone

MLive Anti-Trump billionaire pays big bucks to get out the millennial vote in Michigan
By John Counts

Politico Full appeals court to hear case on injunction against Trump sanctuary policies
By Josh Gerstein

Washington Post Lawmakers, civil rights groups call for Betsy DeVos to set the record straight on immigration and schools
By Moriah Balingit

CNN Tim Cook: I don't see politics in my future
By Heather Kelly

The Hill Trump: I've accomplished more in my first 500 days than any other president
By Mallory Shelbourne

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Steve Bannon's Bad Advice

Bloomberg (Editorial) U.S. Farms Can't Compete Without Foreign Workers

USA Today (Op-Ed) Trump-Sessions family separation policy is not moral or required by law: Asylum lawyer
By Melanie Gleason

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Mexican Revival of Small-Town America
By Alfredo Corchado

The Hill (Op-Ed) Five ways Congress can address Central American migration right now
By Elizabeth Oglesby

The Hill (Op-Ed) America loves to vilify and dehumanize Mexicans, despite their historic contributions to US
By Josephine Lopez Paul


Ann Arbor News Refugee crisis has resettlement agency concerned for those 'in limbo'
By Lauren Slagter

AP (Illinois) Illinois village rescinds English language resolution

Star-Telegram (Texas, Editorial) Separating immigrant children from their parents is inhumane and should end

Chicago Tribune (Illinois) Carpentersville's English-language law was supposed to unify, but critics say it did the opposite. Now it's been repealed.
By Robert McCoppin

Sacramento Bee (Editorial) Sacramento County should pay the price to get out of Trump's deportation machine

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 18060533.