Daily Immigration News Clips – May 23, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 23, 2018


Wall Street Journal U.S. Immigration Courts, Long Crowded, Are Now Overwhelmed
By Laura Meckler and Alicia Caldwell

Univision In Trump era, immigration lawyers recommend everyone carry ID, no matter your status
By Jorge Cancino

WNPR American Immigration Policies Past And Present
By Carmen Baskauf and Lucy Nalpathanchil

ABC News Man with stage 4 cancer detained after cruise docks in Florida, family says
By Julia Jacobo

Wall Street Journal GOP Immigration Divide Ratchets Up Pressure on Lame-Duck Speaker
By Kristina Peterson and Siobhan Hughes

Politico GOP immigration showdown threatens Ryan's job
By Rachael Bade

CNN In conference, Ryan urges members to unite amid immigration civil war
By Lauren Fox, Sunlen Serfaty and Ashley Killough

The Hill Ryan urges GOP unity after farm bill failure, discharge petition
By Melanie Zenona

Roll Call House GOP Immigration and Leadership Battles Entwined
By Lindsey McPherson

CNN Why it's been a rough week for House Republicans
By Phil Mattingly

Vox Trump made an immigration crackdown a priority. Jeff Sessions made it a reality.
By Dara Lind

Arizona Republic U.S. to begin deporting families with deportation orders, head of ICE warns
By Daniel González

AP Attorney: Mexican man wrongly detained at marriage interview
By Alexandra Villarreal

Washington Post Trump isn't pushing hard for this one popular way to curb illegal immigration
By Tracy Jan

Politico DeVos: Schools should decide whether to report undocumented kids
By Michael Stratford

AP DeVos: Reporting undocumented students is a local decision

NBC News 'Anguish' at southwest border as more immigrant children are separated from parents
By Suzanne Gamboa and Daniella Silva

Politico Prominent donor threatens GOP over DACA
By Natasha Korecki

CNN A Tennessee lawmaker wants to crowdsource the funding for President Trump's border wall
By Doug Chriss

AP Georgians vote in race centered on immigration, education
By Ben Nadler

Wall Street Journal Stacey Abrams Would be First Black Female Governor in Georgia-and the U.S.
By Cameron McWirter

CNN Beating Republicans in November will be harder than Democrats thought
By Ronald Brownstein

Vox Texas primary election 2018 results: governor and congressional races
By Ella Nilsen

Mother Jones The Republican Primary in Georgia Is Taking Racism to a Whole New Level
By Pema Levy

Newsy The Number Of Jailed Immigrants Is At A Record High - And Rising
By Ben Schamisso

Reuters Canada granting refugee status to fewer illegal border crossers
By Anna Mehler Paperny

New York Times 'I Am Not Racist': Lawyer Issues Apology One Week After Rant
By Liz Robbins and Maya Salam

Politico Our Revolution keeps consultant who made anti-immigrant comments
By Eward Isaac-Dovere

HuffPost DHS Head Says She's Unaware Of Intelligence That Russia Interfered To Help Trump In 2016
By Sam Levine

New Republic A Fitting End to Paul Ryan's Fraudulent Political Career
By David Dayen

USA Today (Editorial) The undocumented immigrants Donald Trump doesn't rant about

The Hill (Op-Ed) DOJ shouldn't be in charge of immigration courts
By Sara Ramey


AP (Maryland) Council approves funds aiding immigrants facing deportation

Washington Post (Maryland) Montgomery Council adds legal aid for immigrant defense to proposed budget
By Jennifer Barrios

Providence Journal Judge: Immigration agents in R.I., Mass. broke law in arrests

San Francisco Chronicle San Jose principal becomes US citizen in front of her students
By Sophie Haigney

Talking Points Memo (Kansas) Appeals Court Bats Down Kobach Request To Overturn Contempt Finding
By Tierney Sneed

WLNS Immigration advocates march 90-miles to "keep families together"
By Veronica Gabriel

WOSU (Ohio) Fight Over Farm Bill Follows Jim Jordan Home To Ohio
By Nick Evans

Columbus Dispatch (Editorial) Kasich support for new Americans makes sense

Star Beacon (Op-Ed) President Donald has a farm
By Blair Bess

Columbus Dispatch (Op-Ed) Comment backlash helped Trump make his point
By Bret Stephens

Remezcla (Op-Ed) Why the Aaron Schlossbergs of the World Won't Stop Us From Speaking Spanish in Public With Pride
By Yara Simon

By Frank Sharry