Daily Immigration News Clips – June 29, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 29, 2018

National

Vox Exclusive: Trump administration plan would bar people who enter illegally from getting asylum
By Dara Lind

CNN 'Just be a kid, OK?': Inside children's immigration hearings
By Tal Kopan

PBS News Hour Under Trump, higher immigration bonds mean longer family separations
By Daniel Bush

CNN Thousands of kids still haven't been reunited with their parents. Protesters ask: Where are the children?
By Catherine E. Shoichet

ABC News Congress heads home without passing immigration bill
By JOHN PARKINSON

Roll Call House Republicans Hope to Resuscitate Immigration Issue
By Lindsey McPherson

Miami Herald Immigration bill brokered by Miami Republicans fails
By ALEX DAUGHERTY

Associated Press US judge orders immediate release of detained Brazilian boy
By MARTHA IRVINE and MICHAEL TARM

Associated Press Melania Trump returns to border state amid separation outcry
By LAURIE KELLMAN

Associated Press Hundreds protest Trump immigration policy at Senate offices

Associated Press ICE contract protest disrupts meeting; 7 arrested afterward

Associated Press Family separations push new activists into migrant protests
By Gillian Flaccus and Amy Taxin

Reuters Protesters occupy U.S. Senate building, decry Trump immigration stance
By Makini Brice

Washington Post State Department decries institutionalization of children
By Carol Morello

Roll Call Hundreds Hold Sit-In for Immigration at Senate Building
By Bian Elktahib

Reuters Deported after Trump order, Central Americans grieve for lost children
By Delphine Schrank

Wall Street Journal Tally and Location of Migrant Minors in Question
By Siobhan Hughes and Louise Radnofsky

Washington Post Inside a U.S. immigration jail, mothers count the days since they’ve seen their children
By Michael E. Miller

Washington Post Nonprofit group sets up a hotline to help reunite immigrant families
By Emma Brown

New York Times ‘This Is Intimidation’: Interview With ICE Whistle-Blower Is Interrupted by Federal Agents
By Matthew Haag

New York Times Agents Seek to Dissolve I.C.E. in Immigration Policy Backlash
By Ron Nixon

CNN For one teen asylum seeker, confessing fears led to months in detention
By Bob Ortega, Drew Griffin, and Nelli Black

CBS News CBS News interview with ICE whistleblower interrupted by surprise visit from government agents

Texas Observer ICE Criminal Investigators Ask to Be Distanced from Detentions, Deportations in Letter to Kirstjen Nielsen
By Jason Buch

Associated Press US trafficking report highlights vulnerability of children
By SUSANNAH GEORGE

Reuters Melania Trump visits Arizona migrant shelter as protests mount
By Roberta Rampton

Reuters Pence tells Central American leaders to end migrant 'exodus'
By Sofia Mechu

Wall Street Journal Mike Pence to Press Latin American Leaders to Stem Migration North to U.S.
By Vivian Salama

Washington Post Most immigrants are in the U.S. legally, something most Americans don’t know
By Philip Bump

CNN Democratic Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand calls for end of ICE
By Sophie Tatum

Bloomberg Prison Operators Could Cash In on ‘Zero Tolerance’ Immigration Policy

Variety Eddie Huang Uses Food to Tackle Immigration, Representation in ‘Cash Only’
By Ellis Clopton

Associated Press (Wisconsin) Attorney general: Immigration has little impact on Wisconsin
By TODD RICHMOND

Reuters (Op-Ed) Commentary: Red Hen, Microsoft and the power of workplace activism
By Christine Bader

New York Times (LTE) Central American Migration’s Root Causes: U.S.-Abetted Wars
By RUTH J. CHOJNACKI

Washington Post (Opinion) A telling, humiliating loss for Trump and Ryan
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump lucks out at the best possible time
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Opinion) Being polite won’t help Democrats win elections
By Eugene Robinson

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The myth of immigrant non-assimilation
By Tomás R. Jiménez

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Does ‘zero tolerance’ protect the U.S. from terrorism or crime? Let’s examine the evidence.
By Tricia Bacon

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Compassion for immigrant children can help. But it isn’t enough.
By Nara Milanich

The Hill (Op-Ed) Family detention is not the solution to family separation
By ART ACEVEDO AND MARK PROSSER

The Hill (Op-Ed) The impacts of family separation last a lifetime for children
By DAVID SCHWARTZ

The Conversation (Op-Ed) US turned away thousands of Haitian asylum-seekers and detained hundreds more in the 90s
By A. Naomi Paik

Local

KOIN 6 ICE protesters remain nearby as feds stand guard
By Trevor Ault, Lisa Balick, Jennifer Dowling

ABC 13 Federal agents search homes & businesses in Michigan in ICE Homeland Security Investigations-led case

Monroe News The latest: Arrests made after Monroe ICE raids
By Caitlin Taylor

Cleveland.com ICE denies rumors of immigration checkpoint in Cleveland, residents remain skeptical
By Adam Ferrisse