Daily Immigration News Clips – October 3, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 3, 2017

National

New York Times 'Dreamers' Rush to Renew Their Protections One Last Time
By Miriam Jordan

Vice Young Immigrants Are Rushing to Renew Paperwork Before Trump Kicks Them Out
By Jaime Fuller

Los Angeles Times As deadline looms, legal service providers ramp up DACA renewal efforts
By Nina Agrawal

Los Angeles Times California Inc.: The impact of DACA on state's agriculture industry
By David Lazarus

PRI High school is hard enough without having to deal with the loss of DACA
By Emma Jacobs

The Hill Trump to talk Dreamer fix with GOP lawmakers
By Jordan Fabian and Megan R. Wilson

Vogue Paris Fashion Week's Latest Statement Tee Tackles the DREAM Act

Reuters Supreme court mulls parameters for deporting immigrant felons
By Andrew Chung

Washington Post Supreme Court begins new term with case on whether workers can be forced into individual arbitration
By Robert Barnes

FiveThirtyEight Gorsuch Could Disappoint Conservatives On Immigration
By Amelia Thomson-DeVeaux

Politico Supreme Court opens term with fight over worker rights
By Josh Gerstein

Associated Press Travel ban lawsuits filed by legal center, Muslim advocates
By Juliet Linderman

New York Times First Travel Ban Order Left Officials Confused, Documents Show
By Matt Stevens

PRI US immigration arrests rise - and neighbors sign up to witness ICE operations
By Monica Campbell

Associated Press Trump condemns 'act of pure evil' in Las Vegas
By Jonathan Lemire and Catherine Lucey

Associated Press Trump closes WH event to highlight deregulation
By Laurie Kellman

Associated Press AP sources: US spies in Havana hit by bizarre health attacks
By Michael Weissenstein, Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee

Reuters Oracle Co-CEO Denounces Trump Immigration Policies
By Salvador Rodriguez

Reuters Ranks of World's Refugees Swell as Asylum Space Shrinks: U.N.
By Stephanie Nebehay

Reuters Trump Discusses Immigration Ideas in Dinner With Republican Lawmakers
By Jeff Mason

CNN The first real electoral test of the Donald Trump era is on the horizon
By Ronald Brownstein

The Hill GOP establishment doubts Bannon's primary powers
By Ben Kamisar

New York Post (Editorial) Will Democrats betray the Dreamers just to score political points?

Deseret News (Editorial) In our opinion: Latest efforts addressing immigration are hopeful

Washington Post (Opinion) Why the rule of law suffers when we have too many laws
By Ilya Somin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Republicans are the party of ideological inconsistency
By Robert N. Lupton, William M. Myers and Judd Thornton

Washington Post (Opinion) Kasich speaks for Republicans who fear the GOP is too far gone
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) America's deadliest shooting incidents are getting much more deadly
By Philip Bump

The Hill (Op-Ed) Tillis-Lankford amnesty proposal is a betrayal of the American people
By Robert Law

Huffpost (Opinion) Trump's Travel Ban Does Nothing To Stop The Most Deadly Form Of Terror In The U.S.
By Igor Bobic

Hill (Opinion): Homeland Security searching some social media doesn't violate privacy
By Nolan Rappaport

Local

SF Gate (California) Supreme Court shuts door on challenge to UC policy on immigrant tuition
By Bob Egelko

NHPR (New Hampshire) Eight Arrested During Latest Immigration Checkpoint in White Mountains
By Todd Bookman

Associated Press Deportation order vacated for woman who sought sanctuary

WNYC Immigrant Arrests in New Jersey Largely Include Those Without Criminal Records
By Beth Fertig

News & Observer Mexican woman is leaving the NC church that was a refuge from a deportation order
By Camila Molina

ABC 6 Woman fighting deportation takes refuge in church
By Ben Garbarek

NBC4i With deportation scheduled, woman seeks sanctuary again inside Columbus church
By Rick Reitzel

Washington Post (Virginia) Northam: "We do not need assault weapons on our streets"
By Fenit Nirappil

San Antonio Express-News DACA recipients tread lightly around immigration checkpoints
By Aaron Nelsen

CBS North Carolina Hundreds march in Raleigh in support of DACA
By Kelly Kennedy

UT Daily Beacon Protesters march through downtown in support of DACA
By Annie Tieu

Lexington Herald Leader She was targeted by a classmate for deportation. Now she's going to D.C. to push for change.
By Linda Blackford

Spokesman Review Newhouse urges extension for DACA permit renewal
By Richard Byrd

Detroit Metro Times Michigan colleges stand with DACA students
By Aleanna Siacon

The Beacon Panel on DACA and immigration issues to be held Tuesday
By Olivia Sanchez