Daily Immigration News Clips – September 7, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 7, 2017


Vice Desperate DREAMers Have a Few Small Slivers of Hope Remaining
By Meredith Hoffman

New York Times To Allies Chagrin, Trump Swerves Left
By Glenn Thrush and Maggie Haberman

Roll Call Analysis: Trump Hits Congress With Immigration Quandary
By Joe Williams

NPR Immigration Lawyer Weighs In On Trump's Decision To End DACA
By Robert Seigel

Washington Post The Daily 202: DACA reaction shows how immigration has become a litmus test for Democrats
By James Hohmann

CNBC A 'dreamer' opens about life under Trump: 'The psychological trauma is real'
By Catherine Clifford

Politico Trump's DACA move resuscitates immigration reform left for dead
By Annie Karni

Vox DACA, explained

USA Today Here's how DREAMers are reacting to Trump moving to end DACA
By Holly Esptein Ojalvo

Univision Here are the bills in Congress that seek to give legal status to Dreamers
By Jorge Cancino

Daily Beast Bipartisan Blitz May Save DACA From Trump
By Andrew Desiderio

C-SPAN Dream Act Floor Speech

Mother Jones Trump Moves to End Dreamer Protections, Putting Nearly 800,000 Youths at Risk
By Noah Lanard

Mashable Brave 'Dreamer' shares his worst fears in 27 wrenching tweets
By Michael Nunez

Sky News Trump scraps scheme protecting undocumented migrants
By Bethan Staton

Associated Press 15 states, DC sue Trump administration over ending DACA

Associated Press States accuse Trump of bias in immigration decision
By Sudhin Thanawala

Associated Press Tough path for GOP on immigration - and Trump made it harder
By Steve Peoples

Associated Press The Latest: Democrats press for House action on immigration

Associated Press Mexico offers teaching jobs to 'dreamers' returning from US

Associated Press Trump's harsh message to immigrants could drag on economy
By Christopher Rugaber

Associated Press California to file separate suit on immigration protections
By Gene Johnson and Larry Neumeister?

Associated Press Young immigrants vow to fight Trump's halt of program
By Astrid Galvan

Reuters Trump Call for Immigration Legislation Sparks Republican Interest
By Richard Cowan

New York Times Ryan Praises Trump on DACA, but Promises a Legislative Response
By Yamice Alcindor

New York Times For Teachers Working Through DACA, a Bittersweet Start to the School Year
By Liz Robbins

New York Times Listen to 'The Daily': Dick Durbin Discusses the Dream Act
By Michael Barbero

New York Times Democrats Begin Legal Assault on Trump's Move to End 'Dreamer' Program
By Alexander Burns and Vivian Yee

New York Times What Older Americans Stand to Lose if 'Dreamers' Are Deported
By Noam Sheiber and Rachel Abrams

Washington Post What we know about nearly 800,000 'dreamers' in the U.S.
By Kevin Uhrmacher and Samuel Granados

Washington Post 'Dreamers' can 'rest easy,' Ryan says, promising congressional action
By Mike DeBonis

Washington Post Obama asked dreamers for their personal data. Now they worry Trump will use it against them.
By Craig Timberg and Tracy Jan

Washington Post Amazon and Microsoft are supporting a 15-state lawsuit to protect DACA
By Hamza Shaban

Politico Border security could be key to saving Dreamers
By Seung Min Kim

Politico Schneiderman sues Trump Administration over plan to end DACA
By Laura Nahmias

Politico Democrats debate threatening shutdown over DACA
By Heather Caygle and Elana Schor

By Ted Hesson

Politico Trump says he just wants a DACA fix 'where everybody is happy'
By Nolan D. McCaskill

Daily Beast DREAMers Lobby Against a Trump Border Wall Deal-Even One That Would Save Them
By Sam Stein

Huffpost As Trump Nixes DACA, Dreamers Worry About Their Families
By Roque Planas

Politifact How do standards measure up at immigration detention centers? A special report
By Miriam Valverde

New York Times In Canada, an Immigration Minister Who Himself Is a Refugee
By Catherine Porter

Washington Post Congressman won't apologize for calling Kelly a 'disgrace to the uniform'
By David Weigel and Ed O'Keefe

NBC Diversity, Culture Remain Major Fault Lines in American Politics
By Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, and Carrie Dann

Politico Trump agrees to raise debt ceiling, keep government funded through mid-December
By Burgess Everett and Rachel Bade

Politico Conservative pundit Mercedes Schlapp expected to join White House communications
By Tara Palmeri

The Hill House approves Harvey aid as debt wrangling begins
By Niv Elis

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump's messy and muddled reasoning on DACA

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) The Dreamer Debacle

Boston Globe (Editorial) With DACA, Congress has a chance to score a win

Akron Beacon Journal (Editorial) Trump's DACA opportunity

CNBC (Opinion) Ending DACA puts 'Dreamers' at mercy of Congress
By Rodolfo Monterrosa

New York Times (Opinion) The Dreamers Need a Vote, Not Talk
By David Leonhardt

New York Times (Op-Ed) Immigrants Shouldn't Have to Be 'Talented' to Be Welcome
By Masha Gessen

New York Times (Opinion) Inner Racism Revealed
By Charles M. Blow

New York Times (Opinion) The DACA 'Fix' That Immigration Activists Fear
By Marcela Valdes

Washington Post (Opinion) The global divide between those who dream and those who fear
By Ishaan Tharoor

Washington Post (Opinion) White House claims 'dreamers' take jobs away from blacks and Hispanics. Here's the truth.
By Tracy Jan

Washington Post (Opinion) This is why Congress will have a hard time legalizing DACA
By Sarah Binder

Washington Post (Opinion) Rep. Steve King said something about immigrants again By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's America is a nightmare. There can be no dreamers here.
By Alexandra Petri

Washington Post (Op-Ed) DACA changed my life. I'm suing the Trump administration to save it.
By Martin Batalla Vidal

Washington Post (Opinion) The 4 bills Congress is seriously considering to protect 'dreamers'
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post (Opinion) A pariah president: DACA repeal is too extreme for Americans and religious leaders
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The Trump administration's deep misunderstanding of DACA
By Eric Holder

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The little-known benefit of DACA: It reduced mental illness in dreamers' children
By David D. Laitin, Linna Martén and Jens Hainmueller

Washington Post (Op-Ed) I'm a 'dreamer.' I hope one day my country will call me an American, too.
By Saba Nafees

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's DACA flip-flops are remarkable - even for him
By Aaron Blake

Washington Post (Opinion) If you can't pin down Trump's position, you can't be mad at him for it
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump provokes DACA defenders to step forward, but can they act?
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Seven ways of looking at Trump's DACA decision
By Daniel Drezner

Boston Globe (Opinion) Count on Donald Trump for one thing: Abusing immigrants
By Michael Cohen

Boston Globe (Opinion) Americans must save the dreamers
By Scot Lehigh

Politico (Op-Ed) I Came to America When I Was Three. What Am I Supposed to Do in Mexico?
By Cesar Virto

TIME (Op-Ed) Ending DACA Is Unchristian
By Minerva G. Carcaño

Salon (Op-Ed) On this dark day for DACA consider what open borders really mean
By Cassius Wilkinson

Buzzfeed (Opinion) Trump, With His Agenda On The Line, Reveals Who He Is
By Adrian Carrasquillo

The Hill (Op-Ed) We can protect DACA by coming together
By Heath Brown

Huffpost (Op-Ed) DACA 101: What It Feels Like To Be A Dreamer
By Juan Escalante

KRWG (Op-Ed) New Poll: 76% of Americans, Including 69% of Republicans, Back Legal Status for Dreamers

Cincinnati Enquirer (Op-Ed) Congress should intervene, find solution for DREAMers
By Heyra Avila


Seattle Times Washington and other states sue Trump over DACA
By Nina Schapiro

Newsworks (Pennsylvania) 'Dreamers' react in anger, fear, but not surprise over Trump ending DACA
By Laura Benshoff

WNYC Making Sense of Uncertainty: What DACA Recipients Need to Know

12News (Arizona) Arizona attorneys urge DACA recipients not to panic
By Charly Edsitty

Reuters (Florida) U.S. to Suspend Immigration Enforcement in Areas Hit by Hurricane Irma

Washington Post (Florida) Irma: Florida sheriff threatens jail for anyone with outstanding warrants seeking shelter
By Rachel Siegel

The Hill (Florida) DHS: No immigration enforcement operations in areas hit by Irma
By Olivia Beavers

KENS5 (Texas) Immigration attorney: Not all DACA recipients can get legal citizenship

WKYC Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson says he opposes DACA repeal
September 06, 2017

Vox Watch: pro-DACA activists sneaked into Trump International Hotel for a surprise protest
By Jeff Stein

Columbus Dispatch 'Dreamers' welcome in Ohio, Kasich says in blasting Trump
By Randy Ludlow

Columbus Dispatch Trump says his move gives Congress chance to fix immigration
By Jack Torry

Cincinnati Enquirer #DACA decision: Greater Cincinnati GOPers back Trump move
By Carl Weiser

Morning Journal Oberlin holds vigil in support of DACA
By Kevin Martin

Ideastream Akron Immigration Attorney Says There's Much Fear, Concern Over DACA
By Tony Ganzer

Vindy,com Local vigil held in reaction to DACA ending
By Billy Ludt

Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) Fewer refugees being resettled in central Ohio amid travel bans
By Danae King

WOSU Undocumented Mother Of Two Granted Sanctuary In Columbus Church
By Adora Namigade

WCPO Immigrant mother at risk of deportation seeks sanctuary in Ohio church
By Jay Warren

This Week News Clintonville church now immigrant's sanctuary

Columbus Dispatch Woman facing deportation given sanctuary in Columbus church
By Marion Renault

The Courier Woman Moves To Church, Hoping To Avoid Deportation To Mexico

Pioneer Press (Minnesota) Sandra Feist: They work hard for the dream, in the only country they've known
By Sandra Feist

Washington Post (Opinion, Virginia) Virginia needs a Truth and Reconciliation Commission on race
By Tom Perriello