Daily Immigration News Clips – July 3, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 3, 2018

National

LATimes The Trump administration says it's a 'myth' that families that ask for asylum at ports of entry are separated. It happens frequently, records show
By Paloma Esquivel and Brittny Medjia

Washington Post How Trump is changing the face of legal immigration
By Abigail Hauslohner and Andrew Ba Tran

Vox It's official: the Trump administration has replaced family separation with indefinite family detention
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Judges Thrust Into Debate Over Trump's Immigration Policies

Associated Press Judge to get update on abuse claims by immigrant teens

Wall Street Journal Federal Judge Rules Against Mass Detention of Asylum Seekers
By Jacob Gershman

Washington Post Federal court blocks ICE treatment of asylum seekers

Associated Press Hundreds deported to Central America after fleeing gangs

The Hill Krystal Ball: 'The problem is not ICE'
By Julia Manchester

The Hill HHS enters damage-control mode over family separations
By NATHANIEL WEIXEL

Pacific Standard A New ICE Report on Undocumented Immigrant Crime Lacks Hard Statistics
By FRANCIE DIEP

Associated Press Lawmakers ask for list of children separated from families

Associated Press Separations at the border didn't worry some Trump officials
By COLLEEN LONG and RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR

Politico As deadline looms, Trump officials struggle to reunite migrant families
By TED HESSON and DAN DIAMOND

CBS News After being separated from daughter at border, mom warns illegal immigrants to "find another country"

Bustle Families Belong Together Protests Gave A Sneak Peek Of The Immigration Reform Battle To Come
By ALICIA MENENDEZ

BBC Trump immigration: The effects of a raid on one tiny town
By Hugo Bachega

CNN Immigration debate looms large in California Republican's re-election bid
By Lauren Fox

New York Times Trump's Ancestral Village Abounds With His Relatives. Few Admit a Link.
By Katrin Bennhold

New York Times Merkel, to Survive, Agrees to Border Camps for Migrants
By Katrin Bennhold and Melissa Eddy

Associated Press New financial apps demystify stocks and bonds for Latinos
By ALEXANDRA OLSON

New York Times Man Who Waved Gun and Yelled 'Womp Womp' Arrested at Immigration Rally
By Christine Hauser

Politico 'That's Not the Kirstjen We Know'
By JOSEPH GUINTO

New York Times (Opinion) History Comes Knocking for Trump Again
By Gail Collins and Bret Stephens

Washington Post (Opinion) Keep the focus on Trump's cruelty and incompetence
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) Will the GOP become the party of white backlash?
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans are trying to make Democrats self-implode
By Eugene Robinson

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is not the first president to 'roll back gains,' says the Rev. William Barber
By Jonathan Capehart

The Hill (Op-Ed) Using military attorneys to prosecute border crossers is a bad look for the White House
By TIMOTHY M. MACARTHUR

The Hill (Op-Ed) Two clashing views of immigration
By JAMES V. SCHALL

The Hill (Op-Ed) Working with Mexico is the key to strong American border security
By HENRY CISNEROS AND CARLOS GUTIERREZ

The Hill (Op-Ed) Chickenpox shows how unprepared we are at the border
By DR. JONATHAN FIELDING

USA Today (Op-Ed) MS-13 beat me up and threatened to kill me. Then the US government took my kids.
By Jessika L.

USA Today (Op-Ed) End ICE's reign of terror over immigrants and Latinos. Abolish it or turn it around.
By Raul Reyes

New York Times Magazine (Op-Ed) The A.C.L.U.'s Fight to Reunite Families Separated Under Trump
By Joel Lovell

Local

The Mercury News H-1B spouse work ban to cost 100,000 their jobs, hurt companies: research
By Ethan Baron

Texas Tribune (Texas) For Texas ranchers living along border fence, talk of an illegal crossing crisis is exaggerated
By DAVID YAFFE-BELLANY

Columbus Dispatch Second Columbus woman facing deportation seeks sanctuary at church
By Danae King

WNYC Studios USCIS is Starting a Denaturalization Task Force

MPR What's on MPR News? 7/2/18
By Bob Collins

LA Times (Editorial) What does the election of left-wing populist Lopez Obrador in Mexico mean for the U.S.?

San Francisco Chronicle (Editorial) The Trump administration must fix the mess it's made of family separation

Houston Chronicle (Editorial) The other migrant crisis: Not enough visas for seasonal workers