Daily Immigration News Clips – March 10, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 10, 2017

National

Associated Press: A Look at Legal Issues With Trump's Revised Travel Ban

Associated Press: FIFA reminds US about World Cup obligations amid travel ban
By Rob Harris

New York Times: Trump's New Travel Ban May Be Hard to Beat. But States Are Trying.
By Alexander Burns

Washington Post: Washington state asks judge to declare that freeze of first Trump travel ban applies to new order
By Matt Zapotosky

Wall Street Journal: Washington State to Fight New Trump Immigration Order
By Brent Kendall

Politico: At least five states join up to block revised Trump travel ban
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill: Three states suing to block Trump's new travel ban
By Reid Wilson

Associated Press: Con artists prey on immigrants fearing a Trump crackdown
By Tom Hays and Deepti Hajela

Reuters: After Fleeing to U.S., Some Asylum-Seekers Run North to Escape Trump Crackdown
By Rod Nickel and Amran Abocar

Washington Post: This company is making millions from America's broken immigration system
By Michael E. Miller

Washington Post: ACLU is launching 'people power' project to resist Trump policies in cities
By David Weigel

Huffington Post: Donald Trump's Crackdown On Undocumented Immigrants Is Silencing Exploited Workers
By Dave Jamieson

Buzzfeed: Steve Bannon Helped Preserve DACA But Democrats And Activists Aren't Celebrating
By Adrian Carrasquillo and Tarini Parti

ABC 7: ICE agents illegally detained Colorado US citizen for days because he was Hispanic, lawsuit claims
By Blair Miller

Associated Press: February marks fewest arrests at border in recent years
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Vox: The staggering, sudden change at the US border
By Dara Lind

Politico: DHS touts drop in border arrests
By Ted Hesson

Associated Press: Deported US vets in Mexico hope for return under Trump govt
By Maria Verza

Associated Press: Border Patrol 'tunnel rats' plug underground passages
By Elliot Spagat

Associated Press: Son of former boxing champ tells lawmakers about detention
By Kevin Freking

Reuters: U.S. Program for Afghan Translators in Jeopardy as Visa Supply Runs Low

Reuters: Peruvian President Criticizes U.S. Proposal to Separate Immigrant Families
By Marco Aquino

Reuters: Trump Administration Sends Judges to Immigration Detention Centers: Sources
By Julia Edwards Ainsley

New York Times: Trump Weighs Cuts to Coast Guard, T.S.A. and FEMA to Bolster Border Plan
By Nicholas Fandos

New York Times: The Story After the Story for a 16-Year-Old Refugee With Dashed Hopes
By Joe Cochrane

New York Times: Even Before the Wall, Migrants Find the U.S. Forbidding
By Fernanda Santos

NPR: How America's Idea Of Illegal Immigration Doesn't Always Match Reality
By Hansi Lo Wang

Politico: GOP campaign chair disses Trump's wall
By Eli Stokols

US News & World Report: Muhammad Ali's Ex-Wife, Son Discuss Trump's Immigration Order
By Shahzeb Hashim

The Hill: Pence: We will show 'great heart' on immigration
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill: Bill Clinton: Nationalism 'the edge of our destruction'
By Mark Hensch

The Hill: Dem rep to introduce bill to block use of federal funds for Trump's border wall
By Paulina Firozi

Washington Post (Editorial): The most powerful check on President Trump

New York Times (Op-Ed): What It Feels Like When a Mosque Is Threatened
By Anna North

Washington Post (Opinion): Opposition to immigration is at odds with economic growth
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-Ed): I am Indian American, and it's 2017. But I still get asked 'What are you?'
By Lavanya Ramanathan

The Hill (Op-Ed): White House immigration guidance is executive overreach
By Stuart Shapiro

Local

Cleveland Plain Dealer: President Trump's new immigration order offers little solace to Cleveland's future doctors
By Eric Heisig

Cleveland Plain Dealer: Trump immigration order complicates Match Day for Northeast Ohio hospitals
By Brie Zeltner

Buffalo News: Union tips off Border Patrol in immigration crackdown
By Lou Michel

NBC 4 (Ohio): Grassroots effort pushing Columbus to start municipal ID program
By Courtney Yuen