Daily Immigration News Clips – September 27, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 27, 2017


Buzzfeed People Are Worried About DHS Plans To Gather Social Media Info
By Adolfo Flores

The Hill DHS planning to collect social media info on all immigrants
By Max Greenwood

New York Times White House Considers Tougher Rules as Part of Immigration Overhaul
By Glenn Thrush and Yamiche Alcindor

Washington Post Growing list of conservative demands threatens bipartisan deal on 'dreamers'
By Mike DeBonis

Washington Post Evade, escape or engage: How members of Congress responded to DACA activists
By Jenny Portnoy

By Ted Hesson

McClatchy Document lists immigration proposals White House wants in exchange for Dreamer fix
By Anita Kumar

PRI Why this DACA recipient won't be extending her protected status, but says others should
By Andrea Smardon

The Hill Freedom Caucus member becomes 200th sponsor of DREAM Act
By Rafael Bernal

KRGV Border Patrol Memo States Procedures to Process All DACA Recipients
By Valerie Gonzales

Associated Press Trump plans to slash US refugee admissions
By Josh Lederman and Matthew Lee

Reuters U.S. Plans to Admit Maximum 45,000 Refugees in Next Fiscal Year
By Arshad Mohammed

New York Times Trump Plans 45,000 Limit on Refugees Admitted to U.S.
By Miriam Jordan and Julie Davis

Wall Street Journal White House Plans to Set Refugee Cap at 45,000 for Next Fiscal Year
By Laura Meckler and Felicia Schwartz

Politico Trump to set refugee cap at 45,000
By Andrew Restuccia and Tara Palmeri

Associated Press Feds accused of improperly detaining pregnant immigrants
By Nomaan Merchant

The Hill Civil rights groups slam ICE over detentions of pregnant women
By Mallory Shelbourne

Associated Press Maine governor orders sheriffs to honor immigration requests
By Marina Villenueve

Associated Press Singapore teen granted asylum released from US custody
By Sophia Tareen

Associated Press Judge puts deportations of Indonesians on hold
By Michael Casey

Wall Street Journal Construction of Border-Wall Prototypes Set to Begin in California
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Los Angeles Times In San Diego, work could begin soon on construction of prototypes for Trump's border wall
By Greg Moran

CBS 8 Local leaders prepare for construction, protests at border wall
By Kerri Lane

Texas Public Radio Plaintiffs Attorneys Say Court Order Limits Enforcement Of Sanctuary Cities Ban
By Ryan Poppe

KSAT MALDEF: 'Texas doesn't have the SB 4 it wanted'
By Jessie Degollado

KRGV Police Expect to Spend Time Waiting Under SB4
By Christian Von Preysing

El Paso Times US appeals court lets parts of sanctuary cities ban go into effect
By Madelin Mekelburg

Houston Chronicle Appeals court: Portions of Texas 'sanctuary city' law can take effect
By Mike Ward

Texas Tribune Appeals court allows more of Texas "sanctuary cities" law to go into effect
By Julian Aguilar

Associated Press Audit: Hispanics still treated differently in traffic stops
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press Pope launches awareness campaign about migrants' plight
By Nicole Winfield and Rachel Zoll

Associated Press National Prosecutors: Man helped smuggle Mexicans into US via Canada

Reuters Republican Senator Corker Will Not Seek Re-election Next Year
By Patricia Zengerle

New York Times He's in the U.S.; She's in Iran: Couples Cope With the Travel Ban
By Nilo Tabrizi

Washington Post Georgetown Law students and faculty protest speech by Attorney General Jeff Sessions
By Debbie Truong, Sarah Larimer and Susan Svrluga

Washington Post Reporting a hate crime is notoriously hard. Can this digital tool change that?
By Peter Holley

NBC Poll: Latinos' Racism Concerns Grow, Expectations of Trump Drop
By Stephen A. Nuno

Post-Gazette Poll: Donald Trump disappoints Latinos who didn't expect much from him to begin with
By Tracie Mauriello

Arizona Republic Storytellers Project: True tales of living, loving and working on the U.S.-Mexico border
By Megan Finnerty

New York Times (Opinion) Trump's Empty Culture Wars
By Ross Douthat

New York Times (Opinion) Folks, We're Home Alone
By Thomas L Friedman

Washington Post (Opinion) Walking a tightrope isn't the right GOP survival tactic
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) What happens if Roy Moore wins the Alabama runoff?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The basic premise of Trump's travel ban is wrong
By David Bier

The Hill (Op-Ed) Colleges are places for thoughtful discussion, not vicious debate
By Art Coleman

By Tina Nguyen

Huffpost (Op-Ed) DREAMERS are Americans Just like you and I: DACA must become a Law
By Gloria Bonilla-Santiago


New England Public Radio Trump's New Travel Ban Draws Renewed Criticism - And Some Praise
By Shannon Dooling

Tampa Bay Times Citing hurricanes, Nelson wants Trump to extend DACA renewal deadline
By Alex Leary

Register Guard Council approves $10,000 for DACA recipients
By Christian Hill

CBS Minnesota Report: Worthington Resident Who Fled Guatemala Faces Deportation

Associated Press (Alabama) In Alabama, a McConnell rebuke, a Trump miscalculation
By Bill Barrow and Kim Chandler

New York Times (Alabama) Moore wins Republican Senate primary, dealing blow to GOP establishment
By Michael Scherer

New York Times (Alabama) Alabama Republicans Bet on Roy Moore, a Familiar Rebel, for Senate
By Alan Blinder

Washington Post (Alabama) Moore vs. Strange: Polls open in Alabama Republican primary
By Michael Scherer

CNN (Alabama) Roy Moore wins Alabama Senate GOP primary runoff, CNN projects
By Eric Bradner

The Chronicle-Telegram Elyria caregiver targeted for deportation
By Lisa Roberson