Daily Immigration News Clips – September 11, 2017


The Atlantic Borrowed Time
By Priscilla Alvarez

New York Times Fact Check Why Common Critiques of DACA Are Misleading
By Linda Qiu

Washington Post The clock is ticking on DACA. Here's how young immigrants and their advocates are fighting back.
By Maria Sacchetti

Associated Press Immigrants scramble to complete paperwork amid hurricanes
By Nomaan Merchant

Reuters 'Dreamers' Left Confused About Fine Points of Immigration Programme's End
By Mica Rosenberg

Reuters California University System Sues Trump Over Roll Back of 'Dreamers' Program
By Mica Rosenberg

New York Times Napolitano Sues Trump to Save DACA Program She Helped Create
By Michael D. Shear

NPR After Reaching Budget Deal, Democrats Look To Trump On DREAM Act
By Geoff Bennett

Associated Press Trump action on young immigrants divides some GOP districts
By Bill Barrow

Associated Press Hundreds protest immigration order outside Trump hotel
By William Mathis

New York Times His Dream in Reach, an Immigrant Chef Is Suddenly Unsettled
By Fernanda Santos

Washington Post Sanders says no DACA deportations 'unless there was some sort of criminal activity'

Washington Post Ending DACA will change thousands of lives. Here's how it already upended one.
By Jessica Contreras

Washington Post University of California sues Trump administration over immigration decision
By Susan Svrluga

Washington Post Gillespie says 'dreamers' should not be deported
By Laura Vozzella

Wall Street Journal How Sudden U.S. Legal Uncertainty Upended a 'Dreamer's' Life
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Politico Dems threaten December shutdown if Dreamers aren't protected
By Heather Caygle and Elana Schor

Politico Protecting DACA students

Politico DACA sellout?
By Ted Hesson

The Hill DeVos: 'My heart is with' Dreamers
By Josh Delk

The Hill Pope Francis calls for Catholic Church to defend rights of immigrants
By Mallory Shelbourne

The Hill 'Protect the Dreamers': Archbishop, Minnesota senator speak out on DACA

The Hill McCain on DACA solution: 'It ought to be done in a comprehensive fashion'
By Rebecca Savranksy

Denver Post Mike Coffman suspends legislative effort to protect young immigrants
By Mark K. Matthews

Politico Feds agree to admit deported Dreamer for legal case
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill DHS to temporarily readmit deported DACA recipient
By Jacqueline Thomsen

Associated Press After Trump deal, Pelosi predicts greater leverage for Dems
By Erica Werner

Associated Press House sends $15B Harvey aid bill, debt hike to Trump to sign
By Andrew Taylor

Associated Press UN rights chief: Rohingya seemingly face 'ethnic cleansing'
By Jamey Keaton

Washington Post Nancy Pelosi isn't apologizing to Democrats for cutting a deal with Trump
By Kelsey Snell

The Hill Dems ready to deal with Trump - but it's complicated
By Mike Lillis

Associated Press Widow of Kansas bar shooting victim faced deportation

Reuters Immigrants in Central Florida Nervous About Seeking Shelter
By Daniel Trotta

Business Insider ICE canceled a large planned deportation operation due to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma
By David Choi

Washington Post 'How would I survive going back there?'
By DeNeed L. Brown

Associated Press As Myanmar Muslims flee crackdown, US is wary of involvement
By Matthew Pennington

Associated Press Mexico's top diplomat to visit immigrant-friendly California
By Kathleen Ronayne and Amy Taxin?

New York Times Trump Lashes Out at Congressional Republicans' 'Death Wish'
By Peter Baker

New York Times 'Nowhere else to go': Small Texas towns decimated by hurricane struggle to rebuild amid poverty
By Mary Lee Grant

Washington Post A tiny ranch house in Texas. Eleven undocumented immigrants, stripped to their underwear.
By Maria Sacchetti

Washington Post Families, camps and businesses rally to protect J-1 visa program
By Colby Itkowitz

Washington Post Bannon declares war with Republican leadership in Congress
By Ashley Parker

Washington Post A note from the chef: Meal delivery business also delivers immigrant stories
By Nikita Mandhani

Politico Antifa, white supremacists exploit loose gun laws
By Josh Meyers

The Hill Biden's daughter: I hope he runs in 2020
By Max Greenwood

The Hill This week: Congress reshuffles deck for September
By Jordain Carney and Cristina Marcos

Reuters Republicans Could Lose U.S. House in 2018 Over Immigration Fight: Bannon
By Roberta Rampton

New York Times Bannon Takes Aim at Republicans and Former Colleagues in Wide-Ranging Interview
By Noah Weiland

Washington Post (Editorial) Ed Gillespie flirts with toxic ideas at his own risk

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump's travel ban may expire before it reaches the Supreme Court

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Trump's Hurricane Rebuilding Job

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Mental Health Costs of Losing DACA

New York Times (Opinion) Republicans Chew Gum. Walk? Not So Much.
By Gail Collins

New York Times (Op-Ed) Where Can 'Dreamers' Put Their Trust?
By Jose Antonio Vargas

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump has spent his whole presidency making Democrats stronger
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

TIME (Opinion) 4 Formerly Undocumented State Representatives: Donald Trump Is Threatening the American Dream
By Isela Blanc, Cesar Chavez, Teresa Alonso Leon and Blanca Rubio

Washington Post (Op-Ed) How 9/11 triggered democracy's decline
By Jeremi Suri

Washington Post (Opinion) President Trump's claim that a wall will 'stop much of the drugs from pouring into this country'
By Nicole Lewis

The Hill (Op-Ed) Juan Williams: Trump's desperate DACA cynicism
By Juan Williams

SoundCloud (Op-Ed) The Human Cost of Ending DACA

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is getting rotten legal advice and, once again, it shows
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Assessing the administrative law claims against rescinding DACA
By Jonathan H. Adler

Washington Post (Opinion) Whose white president?
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Trump wants to restrict trade and immigration. Here's why he can't do both.
By Margaret E. Peters

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump may awaken a slumbering Congress
By George F. Will

Washington Post (Opinion) 'You feel invisible': How America's fastest-growing immigrant group is being left out of the DACA conversation
By Vanessa Williams

Washington Post (Opinion) Distinguished persons of the week
By Jennifer Rubin

Politico (Opinion) How the Dreamers Learned to Play Politics
By Julia Preston

The Atlantic (Opinion) The First White President
By Ta-Nehisi Coates

New Yorker (Opinion) Is Ending DACA the Worst Decision Trump Has Made?
By William Finnegan

GQ (Opinion) Steve Bannon's New 60 Minutes Interview Shows How Vindictive and Dangerous the Trump Administration Is
By Steve Moore


Star Tribune (Minnesota) DACA's demise kick-starts intense push to help Minnesota's Dreamers, shape new law
By Mila Koumpilova and Jennifer Brooks

Washington Post (Florida) As Irma approaches, fear is in the water, spreading with new and viral efficiency
By Marc Fisher and Perry Stein

CBS (Minnesota) Why Can't 'Dreamers' Just Apply For Citizenship?

Texas Observer Salvadoran Man Seeks 'Sanctuary' from Deportation in Austin Church
By Gus Bova

The Hill Watch: DACA rally draws thousands in Oakland

The Chronicle-Telegram Lorain student shares story at Cleveland DACA rally
By Jon Wysochanski

Cleveland Scene Dreamers Share Fears Surrounding DACA Decision and Call for Action During Candlelight Vigil
By Eric Sandy

CBS 19 Hundreds gather at candlelight vigil in Ohio City to support DACA, immigrants
By Sara Goldenberg

ABC 5 Demonstrators gather over DACA decision at Market Square Park
By Frank Wiley

WKYC Kent State University offers support for DACA students
By Tyler Carey

By Alana Campbell

KentWired.com Voices of 'Dreamers' echo through downtown Cleveland
By Austin Mariasy

Lancaster Online (Editorial) For the sake of US economy, and for the young immigrants whose lives are now on hold, Congress must pass 'Dreamers' legislation

Daily Herald (Editorial) Congress should save DACA program

Star Tribune (Minnesota, Letter to the Editor) Readers Write: Harteau's severance plan, immigration policy, slavery and civil rights, millennials

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) Long Island Teamster's deportation is a wakeup call: Unions must protect their immigrant members
By George Miranda