Daily Immigration News Clips – October 12, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 12, 2017

National

Reuters U.S. Justice, State Departments Join Forces to Probe Companies Abusing Visa Programs
By Sarah N. Lynch

CNN GOP rep. says House DACA deal won't need Democratic votes
By Tal Kopan and Deirdre Walsh

Associated Press GOP lawmaker says 'Dreamers' would lift up birth countries
By Kevin Frecking

USA Today 20,000 DACA teachers at risk - and your kids could feel the fallout, too
By Greg Toppo

NBC Columbia Student and DACA Recipient Says 'We Have to Get Our Voices Out'
By Esta Pratt-Kielley

The Hill Ivanka Trump calls for 'long-term fix' for DACA recipients
By Julia Manchester

The Hill Trump: 'It would be wonderful to solve the DACA problem'
By Jonathan Easley

The Hill Pelosi on Trump's DACA principles: 'They are trash'
By Mike Lillis

Mercury News Santa Clara County and its employees sue Trump over DACA
By Tatiana Sanchez

Reuters Trump Nominates White House Aide for Homeland Security Post
By Steve Holland

New York Times White House Aide Is Selected to Run Homeland Security Department
By Julie Hirschfeld Davis

Washington Post Trump taps Kirstjen Nielsen to lead Department of Homeland Security
By Ashley Parker and Matt Zapotosky

Wall Street Journal Trump Picks Kirstjen Nielsen for Homeland Security Secretary
By Laura Meckler

New York Times Immigrant Shielded From Deportation by Philadelphia Church Walks Free
By Laurie Goodstein

Washington Post He lived in a Philadelphia church for a year to escape deportation. Now he's free.
By Samantha Schmidt

Washington Post What you need to know about the 'sanctuary movement'

Dallas Morning News Fear of deportation causes mental, health issues in immigrants and U.S. citizens, officials at SMU panel say
By Elvia Limon

Denver Post Rene Lima-Marin wins deportation case, could go free

Post Bulletin Rochester doctor faces deportation
By Matthew Stolle

Associated Press Washington state seeks to challenge 3rd travel ban

Associated Press The Latest: Officials queried on abortion for teen immigrant

Reuters Democrats Rising? Early Statehouse Wins Test New Faces
By Letitia Stein

New York Times Pledge to Impeach Trump, a Key Donor Demands of Democrats
By Alexander Burns

Wall Street Journal Trump Leaves Thorny Issues at GOP Lawmakers' Doorstep
By Louise Radnofsky and Kristina Peterson

Wall Street Journal Conservative Groups Call for Senate GOP Leadership to Step Aside
By Siobhan Hughes

Politico 'Confidence in our country is back,' Trump tells crowd in Pennsylvania
By Matthew Nussbaum

The Hill CBC members to press Facebook's Sandberg on race issues
By Ali Breland

The Hill (Opinion) Working across the aisle to solve problems with our broken immigration system
By Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) and Roger Marshall, M.D. (R, KS)

New York Times (Opinion) The Bannon Revolution
By Ross Douthat

New York Times (Opinion) Democrats Are Playing Checkers While Trump Is Playing Chess
By Thomas B. Edsall

Washington Post (Opinion) Schumer and Pelosi should give Trump his wall - on one condition
By Marc A. Thiessen

Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans could lose congressional seats if Census 2020 goes wrong
By Heather Long

Washington Post (Opinion) Yes, build the wall
By Robert J. Samuelson

The Hill (Op-Ed) Hayden: Words matter, and Trump's may mean war
By Gen. Michael Hayden

Slate (Opinion) Ed Gillespie Is Attempting a Trump Maneuver in Virginia
By Jamelle Bouie

Local

Associated Press (Florida) Florida immigration officer gets 4 years for taking bribe

New York Times (Arizona) Last Inmates Leave Tent City, a Remnant of Joe Arpaio
By Maya Salam

Wall Street Journal (Virginia) Obama to Venture Back Onto Campaign Trail for Virginia Governor Hopeful Northam
By Janet Hook

Vox (Virginia) Obama has scheduled his first campaign event since Trump's election
By Jeff Stein

Richmond Times Dispatch (Editorial) Editorial: The Virginia election has seen a few wild swings lately