Daily Immigration News Clips – October 6, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 6, 2017

National

Associated Press Immigration principles could create problems for DACA plan
By Jill Colvin

Associated Press Tens of thousands have yet to submit DACA renewals
By Jill Colvin

Associated Press Advocacy groups file lawsuit over DACA in Maryland
By Juliet Linderman

Associated Press States up challenge to Trump's plan to end immigrant program

CNN One-quarter of DACA renewals not in on deadline day
By Tal Kopan

CNN These Dreamers started businesses. Will they have to leave them behind?

PBS Newshour Members of Congress to address DACA
By Laura Santhanam

Politico White House plans to demand immigration cuts in exchange for DACA fix
By Mathhew Nussbaum, Andrew Restuccia, and Josh Dawsey

Arizona Republic Flake bill links DACA fix with money for Trump border wall
By Rafael Carranza and Daniel Gonzalez

The Hill Key GOP senator: Don't link legal immigration cuts to DACA fix
By Jordain Carney

The Hill White House plans to seek immigration cuts for DACA fix
By Jordan Fabian and Rafael Bernal

Arizona Republic The DACA deadline was approaching. He knew there were no easy answers.
By Dianna M. Nanez

Slate Report: Trump Set to Sabotage Own DACA Deal by Putting Stephen Miller in Charge of Negotiations
By Ben Mathis-Lilley

Huffpost Is This White House Aide Trying To Sink A Deal On DACA?
By Elise Foley and Matt Fuller

Mother Jones Inside the Last-Minute Effort to Protect Dreamers From Deportation
By KARLA CARABALLO-TORRES, LEE MENGISTU AND ERIN STONE

Associated Press California becomes sanctuary state as governor signs bill
By Jonathan J. Cooper And Kathleen Ronayne

Reuters California Governor Signs 'Sanctuary State' Bill
By Alex Dobuzinskis

Wall Street Journal Governor Signs Bill Making California a 'Sanctuary State'
By Alejandro Lazo

The Hill Governor signs bill making California a sanctuary state
By Reid Wilson

Associated Press Trump offers Supreme Court way out of travel ban case
By Mark Sherman

New York Times Trump Asks Supreme Court to Dismiss Travel Ban Cases
By Adam Liptak

Washington Post Administration says Supreme Court should stop review of past travel bans
By Robert Barnes

Wall Street Journal U.S. Border Crossings Are Fewer, Riskier and More Expensive
By Alicia A. Caldwell

New York Times U.S. Halt in Visa Services Leaves Cuban Families in Limbo
By Ernesto Londoño

New York Times The Jamaican Apple Pickers of Upstate New York
By Tik Root

New York Times The Dominican Dance Party That Refuses to Die
By Annie Correal

New York Times For Republican Leaders in Congress, the Headaches Keep Mounting
By Jonathan Martin and Alexander Burns

Washington Post A landscaper's 'hire American' plan ended with bringing in Mexican workers to finish the job
By Tracy Jan

Politico Study: Americans more divided along party lines than ever
By Steven Shepard

The Hill Senate votes to confirm key Trump immigration official

Politico Sessions fleshes out plan to crack down on gangs, drugs and guns
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill Justice Dept announces new plan to reduce violent crime
By Mallory Shelbourne

The Verge Someone hacked the White House chief of staff's personal phone
By Russell Brandom

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Upshot: Why America Needs Foreign Medical Graduates
By Aaron C. Caroll

Bloomberg (Opinion) Mass Deportation Is a Lose-Lose Proposition
By Noah Smith

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Immigration Foiled Hillary
By Thomas B. Edsall

Washington Post (Opinion) Ed Gillepsie's dog whistle
By Norman Leahy

Washington Post (Opinion) The remarkably fast liberalization of the Democratic Party
By Aaron Blake

Washington Post (Opinion) Gillespie's cultural-warrior act isn't working
By Jennifer Rubin

The Hill (Op-Ed) Immigration reform is still possible and conservatives can lead the way
By Ali Noorani

Queens Chronicle (Op-Ed) Residents dare to Dream
By Raul Contreras

Local

NBC (Boston) Some Immigrants Fear Deportation Is a 'Death Sentence'
By Karen Hensel

ABC 5 Hundreds of paper dolls to line the streets of Cleveland
By Mike Brookbank

Cleveland Scene With Downtown Display, Groups Call Out Sen. Rob Portman's Silence on DREAM Act
By Eric Sandy

Albuquerque Journal NM 'Dreamers' ask Congress for protection from deportation
By Angela Kochera

New Mexico In Depth Hopes and fears: One DACA recipient's story
By Xchelzin Peña

WDET How Has Detroiter Maria Juarez Fared Since Being Deported to Mexico in May?

Amsterdam News 32BJ's Hector Figueroa blasts ICE raids in sanctuary cities
By Stephen Johnson

Associated Press (Tennessee) Blackburn joins Tennessee Senate race after Haslam begs off
By Eric Schelzig

Washington Post (Virginia) Trump backs Gillespie for Va. governor, says Northam supports 'violent MS-13 killer gangs'
By Fenit Nirappil

Politico (Virginia) Trump says Virginia Democrat is 'fighting for' violent gangs
By Henry C, Jackson

Daily Best (Virginia) Democrats Grow Panicked That They Could Blow The Year's Biggest Race

In the Shoes of In The Shoes Of Dreamers See the World From Another Perspective
By Jeremy Nickel

Vida en la Valle (Editorial) Dreamers are American, and should be treated as such

Washington Post (Editorial) Ed Gillespie wants Virginians to be very, very afraid

Winston Salem-Journal (Editorial) Our view: Immigration reform