Daily Immigration News Clips – September 25, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 25, 2017

National

Los Angeles Times White House announces new travel restrictions, replacing previous ban
By David Lauter and Laura King

Associated Press Trump replaces travel ban with new restrictions on 8 nations
By Jill Colvin and Matthew Lee

Reuters Trump Slaps Travel Restrictions on North Korea, Venezuela in Expanded Ban
By James Oliphant

Reuters Supreme Court Has Option to Duck Travel Ban Ruling
By Lawrence Hurley

New York Times New Order Indefinitely Bars Almost All Travel From Seven Countries
By Michael D. Shear

Washington Post Trump administration changes travel ban countries
By Devlin Barlett

Associated Press Trump's travel ban unlikely to affect North Korea
By Hyung Jin-Kim

Washington Post Almost no North Koreans travel to the U.S., so why ban them?
By Emily Rauhala

Politico GOP senators to unveil new 'Dreamers' bill
By Seung Min Kim

Houston Chronicle Sides harden against a deal on 'Dreamers'
By Kevin Diaz

Associated Press Pelosi trusts Trump to keep his word on young immigrants

New York Times Back-and-Forth on DACA Leaves Young Immigrants 'Just Dangling'
By Liz Robbins

Washington Post Chelsea Handler protests in D.C. to defend DACA
By Helena Andrews-Dyer

TIME She's Planning for College. But She'll Miss President Trump's Deadline to Avoid Deportation
By Maya Rhodan

The Hill Poll: Two-thirds of Republicans back citizenship for DACA recipients
By Jonathan Easley

Houston Chronicle DACA recipients scramble to renew their work permits
By Ileana Najarro

Associated Press Texas asks court to allow its ban on 'sanctuary cities'
By Kevin McGill

News 4 SB4 court battle long from over
By Sarah Navoy

New York Times Immigration Officials Taking New Steps to Discourage Smuggling of Children
By Ron Nixon and Caitlin Dickerson

New York Times Immigration Officers Won't Get Guest Lists Anymore, Motel 6 Says
By Shivani Vora

The Hill Sessions: Some undocumented minors are 'wolves in sheep clothing'
By Josh Delk

Houston Chronicle Trump administration resumes immigrant arrests in Houston after Harvey
By Lomi Kriel

The Courier Mail (Australia) Aussies 'treated like criminals' at US border By James Law

Associated Press Trump pardon pains those who feel like Joe Arpaio's victims
By Jacques Billeaud

Associated Press Immigrants touched by Mexico quake, try to help from afar
By Adriana Gomez Licon and Regina Garcia Cano?

New York Times Violent Crime in U.S. Rises for Second Consecutive Year
By Timothy Williams

New York Times First Refugees Taken From Offshore Detention Under U.S. Refugee Swap Deal
By Benjamin Cooper

Washington Post Q: Do you approve or disapprove of the way Trump is handling immigration?

Washington Post Marriott says it will not cancel conference hosted by anti-Muslim hate group
By Abha Bhattarai

Washington Post A showdown over Sharia
By Robert Samuels

The Hill Clinton: 'Certainly a lot of evidence' Trump is appealing to white supremacists
By Julia Manchester

The Hill Schumer tells crowd Trump's 'd---ed wall' doesn't represent US
By Olivia Beavers

The Hill McCain: I don't know what Trump is going to do tomorrow
By Rebecca Savransky

The Hill Puerto Rico braces for clean-up, hopes for funds
By Rafael Bernal

Fox McDonald's employee fired after asking customer to spell 'deportation'

New York Times (Opinion) Want Geniuses? Welcome Immigrants
By Frank Bruni

Washington Post (Op-Ed) I was brought here illegally in 1950. I'm lucky I wasn't deported.
By Allan Gerson

Washington Post (Op-Ed) These jury systems are vestiges of white supremacy
By Angela A. Allen-Bell

Washington Post (Opinion) President Trump's claim that 10 refugees overseas cost as much as one in the U.S.
By Glenn Kessler

Washington Post (Op-Ed) How Trump is helping to save our democracy
By E.J. Dionne Jr., Thomas E. Mann and Norman J. Ornstein

The Hill (Op-Ed) Citizenship for undocumented youth serves the national interest
By J. Kevin Appleby

The Hill (Op-Ed) El Salvador shares US goal of security in tackling MS-13, drug trafficking
By Hugo Martinez

The Hill (Op-Ed) America's schools invested too much in Dreamers to lose them
By ANGELICA INFANTE-GREEN AND SUSANA CORDOVA

Slate (Op-Ed) The End of the German Exception
By Yascha Mounk

Local

The Gazette (Iowa) Immigrants 'propping up' Iowa population growth
By James Q. Lynch

Associated Press (Oklahoma) Guatemalans travel to Oklahoma to honor 1st US martyr
By Adam Kealoha Causey

Associated Press (New Jersey) Vulnerable NJ Republican navigates messy Trump era politics
By Steve Peoples

New York Times (Alabama) At Alabama Rally, Trump Toggles Between Republican Loyalists
By Julie Davis and Jonathan Martin

Washington Post (Virginia) Poll: Northam leads in Virginia governor's race; K-12 education tops voter concerns
By Fenit Nirappil

Washington Post (Alabama) They love Donald Trump in Alabama - but they still might not vote for his Senate candidate
By Jenna Johnson

Washington Post (Washington) Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Portland? Of course there was a protest.
By Leah Sottile

Houston Chronicle College student pushes for his classmate's deportation
By Darla Guillen

KCTV KC-area leaders weigh in on undocumented immigrants brought to America as children
By Abigael Jaymes

KCUR Kansas City Mayor, School District Superintendent Call On Congress To Pass DACA Legislation
By Sam Zeff

MLive DACA enrollment session hosted at Kalamazoo church
By Kayla Miller

AL.com In debate, Roy Moore claims DACA was a 'mere memo,' violated laws
By Joshua Gillian and Miriam Valverde

WMUR Families in NH worry they'll be torn apart by deportation
By Jennifer Crompton

ABC 7 OC man who was detained by ICE agents has deportation hearing delayed 1 month
By Greg Lee

Washington Post (Op-Ed, Virginia) In 1906, this Congolese man was displayed in a zoo. Now, Virginia is honoring him.
By Pamela Newkirk