Daily Immigration News Clips – October 2, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 2, 2017.


Associated Press Immigrants line up to renew work permits as program ends
By Amy Taxin and Astrid Galvan

New York Times On 'Dreamers' Deal, Democrats Face a Surprising Foe: The Dreamers
By Michael D. Shear and Yamiche Alcindor

Politico Republicans ignore Trump's bipartisan Dreamers deal
By Rachel Bade and Heather Caygle

The Hill Schumer, Pelosi call for passage of DREAM Act in new op-ed
By Josh Delk

The Hill Schumer: DACA talks with Trump going slow
By Jordain Carney

Latin Times 'Dreamer' Debate Will Have Major Political Resonance As 91% Of Latinos Want DREAM Act Passed
By Maria G. Valdez

Splinter Meet Tereza Lee, the Undocumented Immigrant Who Inspired the DREAM Act
By Jorge Rivas

Reuters U.S. Civil Liberties Group to Challenge Trump's New Travel Ban
By Lawrence Hurley and Andrew Chung

Washington Post ACLU and others to challenge latest Trump travel ban in court
By Matt Zapotosky

Politico Lottery visa case could unmoot SCOTUS fight on travel ban
By Josh Gerstein

Wall Street Journal Supreme Court Set to Ponder Conservative Priorities
By Jess Bravin

Business Insider In private dinner, George W. Bush criticizes Trump's decision to add North Korea to travel ban
By Allan Smith

ABC 7 Long Beach veteran may be kept from bringing fiancee to U.S. with new travel ban

Associated Press Trump sets refugee cap for 2018 at 45,000

Reuters U.S. Will Admit Up to 45,000 Refugees Next Year-Trump
By Yeganeh Torbati

Voice of America White House Officially Issues Lowest Refugee Cap Ever

New York Times Immigration Agents Arrest Hundreds in Sweep of Sanctuary Cities
By Miriam Jordan

Daily Mail Immigration officers arrest hundreds in nation-wide sweep targeting 'sanctuary cities' where local police refuse to help in deportation cases
By Harvey Day

Associated Press Trump to point out efforts to undo Obama regulations
By Laurie Kellman

Associated Press For GOP women in politics, a needle that's not moving
By Jocelyn Noveck

Associated Press More trafficking victims turn to hotline with pleas for help
By David Crary

Associated Press Kamala Harris at black church: US isn't as split as it seems
By Bill Barrow

Associated Press The Latest: Americans advised to stay away from Cuba

Associated Press Domi calls for stricter immigration controls after attack

Reuters Factbox: Price Resignation Is Latest Trump Administration Departure

Washington Post Despite storm of 'racism and misogyny,' Hispanic activist Dolores Huerta remains hopeful during Trump era

Washington Post Should they go back?
By Anthony Faiola, Samantha Schmidt, and Marc Fisher

Washington Post Trump foreign policy pronouncements split the Republican Party
By Dan Balz and Emily Guskin

Washington Post This stand-up comic nails what it's like translating for your immigrant parents in his new HBO special
By Elahe Idazi

Washington Post With or without Trump, GOP insurgency plans for a civil war in 2018 midterms
By Robert Costa

The Hill Trump scrambles to contain Puerto Rico crisis
By Mike Lillis and Melanie Zanona

The Hill Kasich: I can't support the GOP if it doesn't reform
By Mallory Shelbourne

The Hill Pope calls on international community to help with migrants
By Julia Manchester

Boston Globe (Editorial) Punitive ICE arrests make Mass. less safe

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Wrong Time to Cut Back on Refugees
By Michael G. Mullen

New York Times (Opinion) Who Can Beat Trump in 2020?
By Jason Zengerle

New York Times (Opinion) The Strange Impotence of the Republican Party
By Bret Stephens

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The left is having a moment. Here's how to make it count.
By Elaine Glaser

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Virginia needs a governor who can keep standing up to the NRA
By Chelsea Parsons

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's bipartisan kick seems less than sincere
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's apathy about Puerto Rico is reflected in where he's spending his weekend
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Don't let Roy Moore fool you: Alabama is not lost
By Roy Hoffman

Washington Post (Opinion) Miss these guys yet? You betcha.
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) It's Mitch McConnell's fault?!
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Deeply divided GOP agrees on one thing: People like Trump need a huge tax cut
By Greg Sargent

CNN (Op-Ed) Schumer, Pelosi: Dreamers are as American as apple pie
By Nancy Pelosi and Charles E. Schumer

Orlando Sentinel (Opinion) What should Congress do about the Dreamers?
By Michael Joe Murphy

The Hill (Op-Ed) The significance of the Supreme Court case on extreme partisan gerrymandering
By Rep. Rod Blum


KRGV (Texas) Immigration Judges Making Dents in Backlogged Cases
By Angelo Vargas

Tucson.com (Arizona) Southside Workers Center increases efforts to support immigrants
By Emily Ellis

Willamette Week (Oregon) Feds Falsely Boast of Immigration Raid Targeting Portland, But Only Detain Four People
By Katie Shepherd

Hartford Courant Threatened By Deportation, A Meriden Family Struggles to Stay Together
By Matt Ormseth

The Inquirer New Jersey father fights to stay with family during deportation battle
By Nicole Leonard

KCUR As Deadline Looms, UMKC Law Students Help DACA Recipients Dot I's And Cross T's
By Elle Moxley

Miami Herald Making it in America: Video series highlights survival in the midst of immigration reform
By Oscar Corral

Texas Tribune Hear From Five Texas "Dreamers" on What it Would Mean to Lose DACA

Knoxville News Sentinel Knoxville March for DREAMers brings DACA supporters to Market Square
By Andrew Capps

FOX 7 DACA recipients get helping hand
By Esmi Careaga

Associated Press (Ohio) White nationalist threatens lawsuit against Ohio colleges
By Dake Kang

Associated Press (California) Los Angeles voters back at polls to fill open Assembly seat
By Kathleen Ronayne

Associated Press (New York) NY members of Congress urge deportation of former Nazi guard

Washington Post (Virginia) In a changing Virginia suburb, a slate of diverse Democrats hopes to show path back to power
By Fenit Nirappil

Cook Political Report (Virginia) Why Virginia's Delegate Races Could Be the Most Telling 2017 Elections
By David Wasserman

Idaho Statesman (Idaho) For 50 years, this Vietnam vet's heart ached for refugees. Now the retired judge is taking action.
By Bill Manny

Chronicle Telegram (Ohio) LOCAL NEWS Compassionate City focuses on immigrants, incarcerated
By Lisa Roberson

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Op-Ed) Pedro Hernandez-Ramirez should have been given an exception from deportation: Judy Mark
By Judy Mark

Journal Gazette (Op-Ed) Travel ban's inclusion of Chad is senseless
By Nasser Wedaddy