Daily Immigration News Clips – March 26, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 26, 2018

National

New York Times When the Elderly Call for Help, a 'Chain' Immigrant Often Answers
By Miriam Jordan

Rolling Stone Hope and Fear: How the Fortunes of Five L.A. Immigrants Have Changed Since Trump Took Office
By Ben Ehrenreich

The Nation If Trump Doesn't Get His Wall, No One Gets DACA
By Julianne Hing

Reuters Trump signs budget deal after raising government shutdown threat
By Steve Holland and Richard Cowan

The Washington Post Three things we learned from the omnibus spending bill
By Sarah Binder

Politico Kaine: Trump is 'lying' or 'delusional' on DACA
By Kevin Robillard

CNN Kaine: Trump 'lying' or 'delusional' on DACA
By Eli Watkins

CNN A timeline of DACA offers Trump has rejected
By Tal Kopan

CNN The real reasons Congress can't act on guns or immigration
By Lauren Fox

CNN Immigration as the hot-button 2018 midterms topic
By Rebecca Schatz

AP Immigration detention center operator sues city of Tacoma

AP Immigration agents served audit notices to 63 businesses

CNN US Army veteran who served two tours in Afghanistan has been deported to Mexico
By Theresa Waldrop

New York Times Where Fear and Hope Collide: Images From Mexican Border, and Beyond
By Azam Ahmed

CNN Khizr Khan makes personal appeal to Supreme Court on travel ban
By Tal Kopan

The Washington Post (Editorial) Trump convenes a festival of fear-mongering on sanctuary cities

The Hill (Op-Ed) The key job for Republicans is maintaining grip on Congress
By Michael Stopa

Local

WVXU New Study Shines Light On The Services Lacking For Immigrants In Ohio
By Ann Thompson

AP (Ohio) Keeping refugee families apart, reuniting others next door
By Adam Gellar

AP (Wyoming) Wyoming immigration detention center faces opposition

Los Angeles Times Inglewood man pretended to be an attorney and defrauded immigrants, officials say
By Sarah Barvani

Star Tribune (Minnesota) Hennepin County sets out to fund legal help for immigrants
By Mila Koumpilova

The Day Blumenthal meets with Pakistani couple taking sanctuary in Old Lyme church
By Charles Clark

Valley Morning Star While protecting Santa Ana, bill funds 33 miles of border wall
By Mitchell Furman

San Antonio Express-News (Op-Ed) Immigration reform should be on the menu
By Cicely Simpson