Daily Immigration News Clips – August 27, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 27, 2019.

National

Government Executive Trump Administration Expands Power of Political Appointee Over Career Immigration Judges
By Eric Katz

Associated Press Administration Ends Protection for Migrant Medical Care

The Daily Beast Migrants Getting Life-Saving Medical Care No Longer Safe From Deportation
By Julia Arciga

Vice News 'Literally Deporting Kids With Cancer': Trump Just Cut Back a Program That Shields Sick Immigrants from Deportation
By Gaby Del Valle

WBUR After Receiving Denial Letters, Immigrants Fear End Of Medical Deferral Program
By Shannon Dooling

Boston Globe ‘Our government has issued them a death sentence’: Children receiving treatment at Boston hospitals face deportation
By Michael Levenson

Mass Live ‘He would die’: Foreign children seeking medical treatment in Boston get letters ordering them to leave the U.S.
By Steph Solis

Reuters 19 States, District of Columbia, Sue Trump Administration Over Migrant Detention

The Washington Post California leads effort to block Trump move to detain migrant children longer
By Maria Sacchetti

Politico California leads multistate lawsuit over migrant children detention rules
By Angela Hart

The Hill 20 states sue Trump administration over Flores rule
By Rafael Bernal

Reuters Trump Asks Supreme Court to Allow Full Enforcement of Asylum Crackdown

The Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Asks Supreme Court for Power to Enforce Asylum Rule
By Jess Bravin

CNN Justice Department gives official more authority over immigration court decisions
By Geneva Sands

Reuters Exclusive: Brazil facilitates deportation of its nationals after U.S. pressure
By Lisandra Paraguassu

BuzzFeed News We Asked Asylum-Seeking Kids Forced To Wait In Mexico What They Hoped Their Futures Would Look Like In The US
By Adolfo Flores

Time Two Children Were Left Alone For Eight Days After ICE Arrested Their Parents During Mississippi Raids
By Jasmine Aguilera

McClatchy Kansas military family fights deportation of adopted Korean daughter
By Tara Copp

LA Times E-Verify is intended to detect workers without legal status. How do immigrants get around it?
By Cindy Carcamo and Jenny Jarvie

Associated Press Joe Kennedy Mulls Senate Run Against Markey in Massachusetts

Reuters Ex-Arizona Lawman Seeks to Reclaim Mantle as 'America's Toughest Sheriff'

The New York Times (Op-Ed) This New Rule Will Extend Migrant Kids’ Suffering
By Leah Hibel and Caitlin Patler

The New York Times (Op-Ed) My Final Break With the Trump State Department
By Bethany Milton

The Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Good Riddance to the Flores Decree
By John Daniel Davidson

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s Obama envy is getting even worse
By Eugene Robinson

The Washington Post (Opinion) Stop the craziness
By Jennifer Rubin

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Migrants who want better for their children aren’t bad parents. They’re the best.
By Ericka Andersen

The Hill (Op-Ed) Congress is letting the administration violate consultation requirements for refugee admissions
By Kristie De Peña

Forbes (Op-Ed) Codifying DACA Would be a Revenue Windfall for the U.S.
By Ike Brannon and Kevin McGee

Local

Associated Press (Vermont) In a divided US community, Syrian refugee family settles in
By Lisa Rathke

Boston Globe (Editorial) Trump’s latest move is another cruel blow to immigrants

NY Daily News (Op-Ed) Democrats are partly to blame for the immigration mess we’re in
By Camille Mackler