Daily Immigration News Clips – March 20, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 20, 2018

National

Politico House to vote on yet-unrevealed omnibus bill on Wednesday, Senate to follow
By Anna Palmer, Jake Sherman, Daniel Lippman, and Zach Montellaro

CNN With just days before a potential shutdown, negotiations continue on must-pass spending bill
By Lauren Fox, Phil Mattingly, and Deidre Walsh

The Hill Spending deal talks down to toughest issues, lawmakers say
By Mike Lillis

AP Supreme Court won't upend Arizona licenses for immigrants

Reuters U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Arizona Challenge to 'Dreamers' Program
By Andrew Chung

Bloomberg Politics U.S. Supreme Court Rejects Arizona on Driver's Licenses for Immigrants
By Greg Stohr

Capitol Media Services Supreme Court rejects Arizona's effort to deny driver's licenses to "dreamers"
By Howard Fischer

AP Supreme Court agrees to hear immigration law detention case

Reuters U.S. Supreme Court takes up new immigration detention dispute
By Lawrence Hurley

The Washington Post Supreme Court to consider how fast government must act in detaining immigrants for deportation
By Robert Barnes

The Hill Supreme Court to weigh mandatory detainment for criminal immigrants
By Lydia Wheeler

Axios SCOTUS takes up case over detaining criminal immigrants
By Stef W. Kight

Los Angeles Times Supreme Court to decide whether immigrants jailed for past crimes can be detained pending deportation
By David G. Savage

AP Shutdown looming, Congress and White House seek budget deal
By Andrew Taylor

AP Border wall, Hudson River project hold up spending bill
By Andrew Taylor

Wall Street Journal Policy Feuds Keep Spending Bill in Flux
By Kristina Peterson and Stephanie Armour

PBS Newshour What you need to know about the massive spending, guns, and health care bill Congress hasn't seen yet
By Lisa Desjardins

Vox Congress has 5 days to keep the government open
By Tara Golshan

Politico Koch groups urge Trump to accept Democrats' immigration deal
By Burgess Everett

Politico Democrats reject White House border wall offer
By Burgess Everett

The Hill White House, Democrats reject competing DACA offers
By Jordan Carney

Pacific Standard THE IMMIGRATION STALEMATE BETWEEN THE WHITE HOUSE AND CONGRESSIONAL DEMOCRATS CONTINUES
By Candace Butera

American Bazaar Immigration: Legal immigrants gather in Kentucky to push against the country-wise cap on 'green cards'

Popular Mechanics What Science and Technology Lose If We Lose the Dreamers

Politico Republicans bet their Senate majority on Trump
By Burgess Everett and Kevin Robillard

Bloomberg Governments Lipinski Faces Primary Challenge: Races to Watch in Illinois
By Greg Giroux

Talking Points Memo One Of The House's Least Reliable Democrats May Lose His Primary Tuesday
By Cameron Joseph

Boston Globe The Kochs have a message for Hispanics: Not all Republicans are like Trump
By Annie Linsky

Bloomberg Quint Trump Appeal in Deportation Clash Gets U.S. Supreme Court Review
By Greg Stohr

Los Angeles Times In defiance of Trump, California became 'sanctuary state.' This Orange County city may want out
By Alene Tchekmedyian

Angelus News Salvadoran cardinal: Romero's canonization a 'gift from God'
By Pablo Kay

AP US agent goes on trial in Mexican teen cross-border killing
By Anita Snow

New York Times A Lone New York Sheriff Signs Up to Aid Immigration Crackdown
By Liz Robbins

Vox "Abolish ICE," explained
By Dara Lind

AP Woman charged with helping 6 who illegally crossed into US

U.S. News and World Report In Education, Most Immigrants Outpace Americans

Manila Bulletin Pinoys far better than other immigrants in the US
By Roy Mabasa

Daily Dot Immigration films flooded SXSW, showing the need for more nuanced storytelling
By Samantha Grasso

New Statesman From immigration to gender, the left is avoiding the hard work of persuasion
By Helen Lewis

New York Times (Editorial) Kris Kobach's Voting Sham Gets Exposed in Court

Haitian Times (Editorial) Haitian Leaders Should Remain Vigilant

New York Times Magazine (Opinion) 'Chain Migration' Used to Be a Benign Term. Not Anymore.
By Stephen Kearse

Bloomberg View (Opinion) U.S. census shouldn't ask about citizenship
By Michael R. Strain

Vogue (Opinion) Kamala Harris Is Dreaming Big
By Abby Aguirre

National Catholic Reporter (Op-Ed) Congressional act set to deport thousands
By Bishop Kevin W. Vann

Politico Magazine (Opinion) How America Fell Behind the World on Immigration
By Justin Gest

Local

Denver Post Denver launches growing immigrant defense fund to aid people with problems stemming from their legal status
By Jon Murray

Detroit Free Press Michigan non-criminal immigrant arrests, deportations soar under Trump
By Niraj Warikoo

The Cut Meet Catalina Cruz, the Queens Dreamer Running for Office
By Alex Morris

Cincinnati.com Immigration reform sought: Ohio Nuns on Bus rally at Boone County Jail
By Chris Mayhew

Honolulu Civil Beat Hawaii Former Hawaii Resident Confirmed For Top Border Protection Post
By Nick Grube

Philadelphia Inquirer Three immigrant women organizers fired from New Sanctuary Movement, say they sought ouster of white male director
By Jeff Gammage

Reno Gazette Journal Deported Reno man back in Mexico; Cortez Masto says she won't let his story be ignored
By Siobhan McAndrew

Item Live AFTER 2 MONTHS IN DETENTION, A LYNN IMMIGRANT IS FREED
By Thomas Grillo

Port City Daily Arrested for stealing a salad, Wilmington mother is now detained in Atlanta facing deportation
By Benjamin Schachtman

NBC CT New Britain Couple Scheduled for Deportation to Pakistan

KTVU Immigration judge to issue deportation ruling on undocumented San Jose father

AP (Tennessee) Judge dismisses Tennessee lawsuit over refugee resettlement
By Jonathan Mattise

Reuters (Tennessee) U.S. judge dismisses Tennessee refugee resettlement lawsuit
By Jonathan Stempel

Denver Post (Colorado) Denver launches growing immigrant defense fund to aid people with problems stemming from their legal status
By Jon Murray

Nashville Public Radio (Tennessee) Tennessee's Next Governor: How The Candidates Talk About Immigration - And Why It Matters
By Chas Sisk

Tacoma Weekly (Washington) Blocker to host deportation defense fund kickoff on April 5

Wicked Local (Massachusetts) Cambridge mayor announces launch of immigrant defense fund

Southern Maryland Online (Maryland) In-state Tuition Bill Aimed at 'Dreamers' Advances in Md.
By Hannah Brockway

Clarion Ledger (Op-Ed) More than politics: What DACA means to me
By Carlos Segovia

Star-Ledger (Op-Ed) Why N.J. immigrants aren't getting fair day in court before deportation
By Susan Roy

Grand Forks Herald (Opinion) Addressing immigration with crocodile tears
By Lloyd Omdahl