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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on August 28, 2019.
The Marshall Project Is It Time to Remove Immigration Courts From Presidential Control?
By Julia Preston
The Wall Street Journal Trump Administration to Divert Hurricane Relief Funds for Border Detention
By Natalie Andrews and Michelle Hackman
Associated Press US Moves FEMA, Coast Guard Money to Fund Border Programs
The Washington Post Trump administration will divert disaster relief funds to U.S.-Mexico border enforcement, prompting outcry from Democrats
By Felicia Sonmez and Maria Sacchetti
The Hill Schumer blasts Trump officials: Diverting FEMA money to border 'backwards and cruel'
By Jordain Carney
Politico DHS to siphon $155M in disaster aid to bolster immigration enforcement
By Caitlin Emma
The Hill Trump administration pulling millions from FEMA, other agencies to send to border
By Rafael Bernal and Rachel Frazin
NBC News Trump admin pulling millions from FEMA disaster relief to send to southern border
By Julia Ainsley and Frank Thorp V
CNN Homeland Security moves $155 million from FEMA disaster relief for immigration enforcement
By Geneva Sands and Priscilla Alvarez
BuzzFeed News The Trump Administration Is Taking Millions From FEMA To Fund Immigration Courts And ICE Jails
By Hamed Aleaziz
The New York Times Harvard Student Says He Was Barred From U.S. Over His Friends' Social Media Posts
By Karen Zraick and Mihir Zaveri
The Washington Post A Harvard freshman says he was denied entry to the U.S. over social media posts made by his friends
By Deanna Paul and Susan Svrluga
The Hill Harvard freshman deported after officials review friends' social media posts: report
By Zack Budryk
NPR Trump Administration Ends Protection For Migrants' Medical Care
By Shannon Dooling
Miami Herald Undocumented immigrants with serious illnesses had a lifeline. Now it may be gone.
By Monique O. Madan and Ben Conarck
The Washington Post 'Take the land': President Trump wants a border wall. He wants it black. And he wants it by Election Day.
By Nick Miroff and Josh Dawsey
Politico Pentagon authorizes 20 additional miles of border wall
By Ted Hesson
CNN Pentagon approves an additional 20 miles of border wall
By Ryan Browne
BuzzFeed News A Surge Of Immigration Judges Are Expected To Handle The Cases Of Thousands Forced To Wait In Mexico
By Hamed Aleaziz
The Washington Post Immigration officials partner with Panama to boost screening of migrants passing through to U.S.
By Arelis R. Hernández
Associated Press Greatest head count in US history is nearly ready for launch
By Mike Schneider and Geoff Mulvihill
BuzzFeed News In A Rare Prosecution, A Border Patrol Agent Has Resigned After Pleading Guilty To Assaulting An Immigrant
By Adolfo Flores
Morning Consult Ahead of 2020, Democratic Voters Are Moving Left on Immigration
By Eli Yokley
BuzzFeed News Before He Was Running Against Trump, Joe Walsh Was Trying To Be Trump
By Kate Nocera
The New York Times (Editorial) The Immigration System Is a Mess. Trump's Policies Are Making It Worse.
The New York Times (Op-Ed) What Will Indefinite Detention Do to Migrant Kids?
By Leah Hibel and Caitlin Patler
The New York Times (Opinion) We Aren't Seeing White Support for Trump for What It Is
By Thomas B. Edsall
The Washington Post (Opinion) If you mute the chaos, the Trump administration is doing a great job
By Marc A. Thiessen
The Washington Post (Op-Ed) The other problem with ICE detention: Solitary confinement
By Ellen Gallagher
The Washington Post (Op-Ed) How white nationalists aligned themselves with the antiabortion movement
By Marissa Brostoff
The Hill (Op-Ed) A 'nation of laws'? With immigration, only when it's convenient for Democrats
By Nolan Rappaport
Crooked (Op-Ed) WE NEED MORE SANCTUARY CITIES
By Julissa Arce
Star Tribune Rep. Ilhan Omar: U.S. 'losing our moral high ground' on immigration
By Torey Van Oot
San Antonio Express-News (Editorial) Texas domestic terrorism task force is a good start. But important voices are missing.