Daily Immigration News Clips – May 3, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on May 3, 2018


CSPAN Washington Journal: Greg Chen on the Asylum Process in the U.S.

Courthouse News Service Justice Department Hiring More Prosecutors for 'Border Crisis'
By Bianca Bruno

The Guardian Fatal encounters: 97 deaths point to pattern of border agent violence across America
By Sarah Macaraeg

The Hill Sessions sends judges, attorneys to border to deal with 'caravan'
By Rafael Bernal

Reuters U.S. adding prosecutors, judges to process immigrants at Mexico border

Politico Texas, six other states call for immediate halt to Dreamer program
By Ted Hesson

New Yorker A Trump Official Behind the End of DACA Explains Himself
By Jonathan Blitzer

NBC News Fact check: Trump's misleading claims about 'catch and release'
By Jane Timm

AP Group running asylum caravan fears spotlight comes at a cost
By Elliot Spagat and Mark Stevenson

Politico 'Let the blue wave continue': Democrats notch 4th Florida bellwether win
By Marc Caputo

Cook Political Report House: Democrats Risk Disaster in California's Top Two Primaries
By David Wasserman

Los Angeles Times Sanctuary state fight at local level may be more orchestrated than organic
By Jazmine Ulloa

WCPO Honduran Immigrant Fears Losing Protected Status He's Had For 19 Years
By Ben Schamisso

Rewire News The New ICE Age: An Agency Unleashed
By Tina Vasquez

CNN Teacher of the Year hands Trump letters from her refugee students
By Allie Malloy

New York Times (Editorial) The Truth Trump Doesn't Want You to Know About the Caravan

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) Canceling protected status for Nepalese immigrants will devastate my family
By Flora Margolis

LA Times (Op-Ed) Separating parents from their kids at the border contradicts everything we know about children's welfare
By Colleen Kraft

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump says his policies aren't based in bigotry. But then there are the facts.
By Dana Milbank


New York Daily News Undocumented immigrant arrests surge inside and outside of NYC courthouses
By Victoria Bekiempis

KCUR (Missouri) Immigration Crackdown Leaves Kansas City Man In Detention Limbo
By Dan Margolies and Andrea Tudhope

Deseret News (Utah) New citizenship question, murky immigration policy, could impact 2020 Census results
By Art Raymond

Willamette Week Portland City Hall Could Soon Spend Half a Million Dollars on Immigration Lawyers and Support to Fight Deportations
By Rachel Monahan

The Washington Post (Maryland) In liberal Md. suburb, a heated debate over legal aid for undocumented immigrants
By Jennifer Barrios

Columbus Dispatch Final week: DeWine, Taylor both up with new negative TV buys
By Randy Ludlow

Columbus Dispatch Mike DeWine stresses conservative credentials in new TV ad
By Randy Ludlow

WKYC Ohio governor race: Which GOP candidate is more conservative?
By Danielle Serino

The Gazette COLUMN: Immigration law merits civil disobedience
By Joe Barrera