Daily Immigration News Clips – May 11, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 11, 2018

National

HuffPost Trump's Attempt To Make An Example Of The Immigrant 'Caravan' Is Backfiring
By Roque Planas and Elise Foley

AP Trump fumes at Homeland Security head over immigration
By Jill Colvin

New York Times Homeland Security Secretary Was Close to Resigning After Trump Berated Her
By Michael D. Shear and Nicole Perlroth

The Washington Post Trump unloads on Homeland Security secretary in lengthy immigration tirade
By Josh Dawsey and Nick Miroff

Politico Nielsen pushed by Trump tirade to brink of resignation
By Ted Hesson and Eliana Johnson

CNN Trump blew up at homeland security chief over border security
By Kaitlan Collins, Jeff Zeleny, Eli Watkins, and Tal Kopan

AP Mexican caravan migrants protest lack of visas in Mexico

HuffPost How The Refugee Caravan Became A Scapegoat For Trump's Border Crackdown
By Elise Foley

AP The 4 dueling immigration bills the House could vote on
By Alan Fram

Reuters U.S. House speaker eyes immigration bill before November elections
By Susan Cornwell and Richard Cowan

Wall Street Journal Immigration Push Heats Up in the House
By Siobhan Hughes and Kristina Peterson

The Washington Post Ryan aims to quash GOP-led rebellion trying to force votes on immigration
By Mike DeBonis

Politico Ryan rejects effort to force DACA vote
By Rachel Bade

CNN Here's how lawmakers could force a DACA vote in the House
By Tal Kopan

CNN Paul Ryan on plan to force vote on DACA bills: 'I don't want to have show ponies'
By Ashley Killough and Tal Kopan

The Hill Dems withhold support for immigration petition
By Mike Lillis

The Hill Ryan seeks to tamp down GOP rebellion, saying immigration bill needs Trump support
By Scott Wong

The Hill Immigrant rights group offers to pay DACA renewal fee
By Rafael Bernal

CNN Rep. Gutierrez passes on presidential bid, will focus on mobilizing Latino voters
By Mark Preston

Vox County sheriff races in 2018 might be the key to resisting Trump's immigration plans
By Dara Lind

The Intercept A North Carolina Sheriff Doubled Down on Cooperation with ICE - So Voters Gave Him the Boot
By John Thomason

Miami Herald Deporting 300,000 TPS recipients will devastate Haiti and Central American countries
By Andres Oppenheimer

AP Big jump in job program for foreign graduates of US colleges
By Maria Danilova

New York Times A fast-food problem: Where have all the teenagers gone?
By Rachel Abrams and Robert Gebeloff

Wall Street Journal U.S. Is Likely to Add About 15,000 Work Visas This Summer
By Laura Meckler

Wall Street Journal Program Allowing Foreign Students to Work in U.S. Has Grown Rapidly
By Melissa Korn

CNN Critics cite 'grave concerns' over government's handling of 'startup visas'
By Sara Ashley O'Brien

Time How Trump's Immigration Policies Could Hurt Senior Care
By Abigail Abrams

Los Angeles Times 'Roseanne' joins debate over fear of Muslims
By Lorraine Ali

Growing Produce There's No Simple Solution for Ag Labor
By Joel Nelson

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) One More Immigration Try

The Washington Post (Editorial) How low can we go? There's no excuse for U.S. to separate undocumented migrants from their children

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is no longer the worst person in government
By George F. Will

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Sessions is criminalizing immigration violations. That upends centuries of history.
By Liam Brennan

The Hill (Op-Ed) As pro-sanctuary policies spread, the body count rises
By Dale Wilcox

The Hill (Op-Ed) Sane, fiscally responsible policy on Temporary Protected Status should be part of immigration reform
By Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz

New Yorker (Opinion) Taking Children from Their Parents Is a Form of State Terror
By Massa Gessen

The Atlantic (Opinion) The Eroding GOP Resistance to Trump's Immigration Agenda
By Ronald Brownstein

Newsweek (Op-Ed) MS-13: Children Aren't Lining Up at the Mexican Border to Join Gangs
By Dora Schriro

Teen Vogue (Op-Ed) Trump Administration Has Ended the Temporary Protected Status Program for Honduran Immigrants
By Samuel Contreas

HuffPost (Op-Ed) If Politicians Want The Latino Vote, They'll Have To Work For It
By Juan Escalante

Chicago Tribune (Opinion) Immigrants in the U.S. illegally make us safer
By Steve Chapman

BuzzFlash (Op-Ed) Letter From a Sanctuary: A Teenager's Message About Ripping Apart Families
By Steven Taborda

Local

Des Moines Register 'I think I saw my dad get arrested': Mount Pleasant teenager recounts immigration raid
By McKenzie Elmer

Des Moines Register Immigrants in Iowa see more arrests and deportations with Trump in office
By Lihn Ta

Boston25News Man detained by ICE unable to marry his American fiance

WISN Father of four faces deportation after paying traffic ticket

Wall Street Journal (Maryland) Maryland's Crab Country: Not Enough Visas, Not Enough Workers
By Scott Calvert

San Jose Mercury (California) California lawmakers pass bill to prevent disclosure of immigration status in court
By Tatiana Sanchez and Katy Murphy

Toledo Legal News (Ohio) Bill to prevent workers' comp awards to undocumented aliens meant to preserve system
By Keith Arnold

WKRC (Kentucky) Kentucky high school students will have to pass citizenship test

Springfield News-Sun Who is Jim Renacci? What you need to know about Ohio Senate hopeful.
By Bennett Leckrone

Canton Rep Republican Jim Renacci wins right to face Sen. Sherrod Brown

Solon Patch Betsy Rader Will Face David Joyce For Representative Seat
By Chris Mosby

WKYC President Trump endorses Mike DeWine for Ohio Governor: 'He will be great'
By Tyler Carey

Des Moines Register (Opinion) Ten years after Postville immigration raid, a priest calls for solidarity
By Nils de Jesus Hernandez

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) I'm a Texan. Ken Paxton wants to deport me.
By Damaris Gonzales

San Francisco Chronicle (Editorial) The Trump team threatens to rip apart families who cross the border

Des Moines Register (Editorial) Iowa lawmakers did some good, but not nearly enough

The Monitor (Editorial) The US has 'zero tolerance' for others now