Daily Immigration News Clips – July 2, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 2, 2018

National

Time More Students Are Studying Immigration Law Because of President Trump's Policies
By Arpita Aneja

NPR The U.S. Has A Long, Troubled History Of Detaining Families Together
By John Burnett

MSNBC Kids Still Separated

Reuters U.S. government says it will detain migrant children with parents

Wall Street Journal Trump's Immigrant Detention Plans Benefit These Companies
By Zusha Elinson

Politico Feds: Decades-old court decree allows family immigration detention
By JOSH GERSTEIN

Associated Press US lawyers: Ruling allows detention of immigrant families
By ASTRID GALVAN

Wall Street Journal Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration's Border-Detention Practices
By Alejandro Lazo

Associated Press Q&A on next steps for GOP in Congress' immigration fight
By ALAN FRAM

Politico Immigration storm bears down on Republicans
By RACHAEL BADE

Washington Post A bad week for Democrats gives rise to a big problem: Outrage could become an obstacle in midterms
By Michael Scherer

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

New York Times Has Trump 'Watched ICE Liberate Towns From the Grasp of MS-13'?
By Jacey Fortin

Washington Post Why Kirsten Gillibrand and other Democrats' calls to abolish ICE are politically risky
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post Nobody knows how 'abolish ICE' plays politically
By David Weigel

Washington Post 'A political suicide march': Trump aims to inflict political pain on Democrats over calls to abolish immigration enforcement agency
By David Nakamura

LA Times 'Even the cops don't like us anymore': Under Trump, ICE is despised and divided
By BRITTNY MEJIA

TC Palm 'Dreamer' lives in limbo as Congress fails to act
By Eve Samples

Associated Press Zero tolerance sowed confusion from start
By COLLEEN LONG and RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR

Associated Press Tearful reunion for mom, daughter separated at border
By Josh Replogle and Kelli Kennedy

Associated Press Protesters flood US cities to fight Trump immigration policy
By ELLEN KNICKMEYER

New York Times Sponsors of Migrant Children Face Steep Transport Fees and Red Tape
By Miriam Jordan

Wall Street Journal How to Teach Legal Rights to Migrant Children: Games and Coloring
By Melanie Grayce West and Arian Campo-Flores

Politico 'They Reached In and Tore Out a Piece of My Heart'
By JULIA PRESTON

The Hill Families charged steep fees to transport children from migrant shelters: report
By JULIA MANCHESTER

Associated Press APNewsBreak: Border Patrol arrests drop sharply in June
By ELLIOT SPAGAT

New York Times A Long Journey North for Migrants That May End Where It Started
By Todd Heisler

Dallas News At the border, doctors, advocates worry medical care for immigrants is lacking
By Jenny Manrique Dianne Solis

Washington Post "Are you alone now?"
By Eli Saslow

Associated Press Some Democrats with eye on 2020: 'Abolish ICE'
By BILL BARROW

Washington Post The midterm elections shape up as a battle over intensity. Are Democrats ready?
By Dan Balz

Washington Post Orphans from Colombia get a taste of life in America. And many may get to stay.
By Theresa Vargas

Buzzfeed Trump Created An Office To Highlight Immigrant Crime. A Year Later, The Results Are Underwhelming.
By Vera Bergengruen

Washington Examiner With 'head held high,' exiting ICE chief Thomas Homan wants Trump to do even more
By Anna Giaritelli

Boston Globe (Letter to the Editor) Travel ban throws up a harsh wall
By Mahsa Khanbabai

The Weekly Standard A Day In Immigration Court Highlights a Clash of Two Conservative Values
By Ethan Epstein

New York Times (Opinion) Trump's Rage Junkies
By Charles M. Blow

New York Times (Op-Ed) Cages Are Cruel. The Desert Is, Too.
By Francisco Cantú

New York Times (Op-Ed) What if Trump's Nativism Actually Hurts Him Politically?
By Howard Lavine and Wendy Rahn

Forbes (Op-Ed) USCIS Changed Website To Block Foreign Student Jobs
By Stuart Anderson

Washington Post (Opinion) The newest human rights outrage from Trump
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump administration's extraordinary cruelty will always find opponents
By Fred Hiatt

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Like Donald Trump, Ronald Reagan tried to keep out asylum seekers. Activists thwarted him.
By Carly Goodman

CNN (Op-Ed) 'Abolish ICE' is a massive political mistake
By Julian Zelizer

USA Today (Op-Ed) Former ICE lawyer switches sides: I want to protect immigrant children, not prosecute them
By Laura Peña

The Hill (Op-Ed) Family connection is crucial to America's immigration system
By DAVID RAMADAN

The Hill (Op-Ed) Today Americans march in outrage. What do we do tomorrow?
By FORMER AMBASSADOR RICHARD KAUZLARICH

Local

Toledo Blade How They Voted: 7/1
By LILY MOORE-EISSENBERG

Sandusky Register Immigrants are 'real people'
By Michael Harrington

Cleveland Plain Dealer Thousands protest in downtown Cleveland joining rallies nationwide: Families Belong Together
By Marcia Pledger

Fremont News Messenger Changes in migrant Head Start program leave farmers scrambling
By Craig Shoup

Fox 28 Thousands rally in Columbus to "Keep Families Together"
By Geoffrey Redick

Fox 45 Now Hundreds attend Families Belong Together rally to protest immigrant family separation
By Jade Marshall and Rhonda Moore

Fox 19 Families Belong Together: Cincinnati residents speak on immigration policy
By Stefano DiPietrantonio

News Journal Families Belong Together march Saturday

Associated Press (Florida) Could immigration officials show up at hurricane shelters?

The Independent (Editorial) Overcharging immigrants will foster ill feeling between state and new citizens - it's nonsensical as well as unethical

NorthJersey.com(Editorial) Restore civility, intellectual integrity

Sandusky Register (Editorial) Be outraged right here, right now

San Diego Tribune (Opinion) Immigration reform seems impossible now ... and forever?
By Michael Smolens