Daily Immigration News Clips – June 21, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 21, 2018

National

Politico Asylum seekers sue administration over 'zero tolerance' policy
By RENUKA RAYASAM

The Hill DOJ requests military lawyers to help prosecute immigration crimes: report
By BRETT SAMUELS

LA Times Painful scenes of child separations force a rare retreat from the White House
By JAZMINE ULLOA

McClatchy Trump's immigration order replaces one crisis with another
By ANITA KUMAR AND FRANCO ORDOÑEZ

Reuters U.S. Will Ask Judge to Allow Illegal Immigrant Families to Be Held for More Than 20 Days

TIME Children 'Don't Need Jail.' Immigration Advocates Say President Trump's Executive Order Creates Even More Problems
By KATIE REILLY

Washington Times Trump executive order ends family separations, locks in zero-tolerance policy
By Stephen Dinan and Dave Boyer

Reuters U.S. Centers Force Migrant Children to Take Drugs: Lawsuit

HuffPost Migrant Children Drugged Without Consent At Government Centers, Court Documents Show
By Roque Planas

Associated Press Trump's Immigration Order Sparks Confusion, Deep Concern

Associated Press AP FACT CHECK: Trump Overstates Order on Family Separation

Reuters Trump Backs Down on Separating Immigrant Children, Legal Problems Remain

New York Times Trump's Executive Order on Family Separation, Explained
By Charlie Savage

New York Times Trump Retreats on Separating Families, but Thousands May Remain Apart
By Michael D. Shear, Abby Goodnough and Maggie Haberman

Washington Post Fact-checking claims about Trump's plan to stop family separations
By Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly

Politico Family separations will persist under Trump's order
By Ted Hesson

Poltico Legal battle looms over Trump's new plan to detain immigrant families
By JOSH GERSTEIN

CNN What Trump's family separations executive order does
By Tal Kopan

NBC Trump's order could mean families will be together in detention purgatory indefinitely. But where will they stay?
By Julia Ainsley, Daniella Silva and Suzanne Gamboa

USA Today What's changed after Trump's immigration order: For families, for the military and for Congress

Vox The Trump administration is deliberately starting a legal fight over family detention
By Dara Lind

Slate The Damage Is Done JAMELLE BOUIE

Associated Press Dems Unleash Kitchen-Sink Strategy on Immigration

Wall Street Journal House to Vote on Broad Immigration Bill on Thursday, Ryan Says
By Siobhan Hughes

CNN GOP senators introduce legislation to stop family separation
By Daniella Diaz

Associated Press New Mexico senators plan visit to border detention facility

Associated Press Curbelo: Barring lawmakers at Florida center was 'troubling'

Reuters Tent city for migrant children puts Texas border town in limelight

Washington Post Texas sheriff refuses to help feds guard migrant children tent city, saying 'it's wrong'
By Samantha Schmidt

Associated Press Trump's migrant policy: First blowback, then about-face
By Zeke Miller

Associated Press Silent no more, Ivanka Trump thanks father for border action
By Catherine Lucey and Jonathan Lemire

Associated Press Nielsen's career forever linked to family border separations
By ANNE FLAHERTY

New York Times 'We're Sending Them the Hell Back,' Trump Says of Securing the Country's Borders
By Katie Rogers and Jonathan Martin

Washington Post The Trump administration changed its story on family separation no fewer than 14 times before ending the policy
By JM Rieger

Washington Post For Trump, what mattered most in creating, and addressing, the family separation crisis was looking strong
By Michael Scherer

Politico DHS attacks airlines after they balk at flying separated children
By TANYA SNYDER

CNN How the Trump administration's story on family separations changed
By Clare Foran

Associated Press Leaders of largest US black denomination decry separations

Wall Street Journal Sessions' Defense of Immigrant Family Separations Draws Fire
By Sadie Gurman

Associated Press Inslee announce boost to immigrant legal aid funding

Associated Press US Mayors Gather at Border to Demand Family Reunification

Politico Scores of ex-U.S. envoys urge Trump to end 'barbarism' and reunite migrant families
By MARIA CURI

CNN Obama, Biden slam Trump family separation policy as immoral
By Veronica Stracqualursi

CNN Former McCain campaign manager leaves GOP over family separations
By Jamie Ehrlich

CNN Hollywood rallying around immigrant children separated from their families
By Lisa Respers France

Associated Press AP Explains: Where do kids split from parents go?
By ASTRID GALVAN

Associated Press Children arriving on border await fate in immigration courts
By Amy Taxin

Associated Press Young Immigrants Detained in Virginia Center Allege Abuse

Associated Press No clear plan yet on how to reunite parents with children
By NOMAAN MERCHANT and COLLEEN LONG

Associated Press Guatemalan man recounts anguish of separation from toddler
By BRADY McCOMBS

Associated Press At least 3 shelters set up for child migrants
By GARANCE BURKE AND MARTHA MENDOZA

Reuters In Mexico, Trump's child separations trigger wrenching decisions

New York Times Immigration Supporters Flock to New York Airport to Meet Children
By John Surico

New York Times The Billion-Dollar, Secretive Business of Operating Shelters for Migrant Children
By Manny Fernandez and Katie Benner

New York Times Hundreds of Separated Children Have Quietly Been Sent to New York
By Liz Robbins

Politico City still searching for answers as hundreds of migrant children processed at Manhattan facility
By GLORIA PAZMINO

Politico 'Some of the kids I spoke to were traumatized. Some could barely speak.'
By RENUKA RAYASAM

CNN Walmart 'disturbed' its former building is migrant shelter for kids
By Nathaniel Meyersohn

The Hill American Airlines asks government not to use planes to transfer migrant children
By MALLORY SHELBOURNE

WIRED HOW A CHILD MOVES THROUGH A BROKEN IMMIGRATION SYSTEM
By MILY DREYFUSS AND ISSIE LAPOWSKY

Associated Press Over 100 arrested in immigration raid at meatpacking plant

Washington Post ICE arrests nearly 150 meat plant workers in latest immigration raid in Ohio
By Kristine Phillips

NPR ICE Carries Out Its Largest Immigration Raid In Recent History, Arresting 146
By Colin Dwyer

Buzzfeed 145 Arrested In Immigration Raids On Meatpacking Plants
By John Stanton

Reuters Scores of South Asia Asylum Seekers Held in Oregon: U.S. Senator

Reuters Grandmother in El Salvador Prays for Detained Granddaughter

Daily Beast DHS Deporting Women Without Asking If They're Afraid to Go Home, Advocate Says
By Betsy Woodruff

KATU Portland ICE facility closes as protests outside continue for fourth consecutive day

Associated Press Gillum: Sessions cited bible verse used to justify slavery

New York Times Michael Bloomberg Will Spend $80 Million on the Midterms. His Goal: Flip the House for the Democrats.
By Alexander Burns

New York Times Republicans Dislike Separating Families. But They Like 'Zero Tolerance' More.
By Simon Romero and Jonathan Martin

Washington Post RNC enters summer 2018 with double the amount of DNC's war chest
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee and Anu Narayanswamy

Politico Poll: Trump is turbo-charging voter enthusiasm
By STEVEN SHEPARD

CNN Trump to rally Minnesota supporters hours after signing order ending family separations
By Dan Merica

Associated Press Lewandowski doubles down after comment about disabled child

Associated Press Supporters of Trump Steadfast Despite Immigration Uproar

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Trump's Immigration Choice

Chicago Tribune (Editorial) Trump helps the kids. Meanwhile, where is immigration reform?

San Francisco Chronicle (Editorial) Trump's family separation reversal is no victory

Seattle Times (Editorial) Jailing families together is not immigration reform

The Atlantic Enforce the Border-Humanely
By DAVID FRUM

Politico Magazine (Opinion) Enforcement, not separation, is the issue
By RICH LOWRY

New York Times (Opinion) The King and Queen of Cruelty
By Charles Bow

New York Times (Opinion) Why Hasn't Trump Lost the Evangelical Vote? Ralph Reed Explains
By Bari Weiss

New York Times (Op-Ed) Andrew Cuomo: A Moral Outrage New York Will Not Tolerate
By Andrew M. Cuomo

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump reveals he's made of papier-mache
By Karen Tumulty

Washington Post (Opinion) It took the children to make Trump back down
By Richard Cohen

Washington Post (Opinion) Humanity won this time. But there's a hard road ahead.
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

Washington Post (Op-Ed) We're ministers in Jeff Sessions's church. His immigration stance defies our values.
By Monica Corsaro and David Wright

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The truth neither side wants to admit: President Trump's wall will work, but it will mean America has failed
By Jason Johnson

Washington Post (Op-Ed) This is what it feels like to be separated at the border
By Victoria Smolkin

Washington Post (Op-Ed) I was separated from my mother as a child. Here's how I talk to my own children about what's happening now.
By Joy Baynes

Politico (Op-Ed) Banning Family Separation Won't End the Border Crisis
By NATE BRUGGEMAN and BEN ROHRBAUGH

CNN (Op-Ed) Lewandowski's 'womp, womp' is the latest in a terrifying pattern
By David M. Perry

The Hill (Op-Ed) On World Refugee Day let's figure out what really makes America great
By STATE REP. (ILHAN OMAR D-MINN.)

The Hill (Op-Ed) The conversation we should be having about child separation
By MERYL CHERTOFF

The Hill (Op-Ed) Dems allow separation of parents, children to continue, just to score political points
By NED RYUN

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump alone to blame for family separations, but entire GOP will pay
By MARIA CARDONA

The Hill (Op-Ed) What the media isn't telling you about Trump and immigration
By KAYLEIGH MCENANY

The Guardian (Op-Ed) Defense contractors shouldn't be in the childcare business. Must that be said?
By Matthew Kolken

HuffPost (Op-Ed) Republicans Want To Cage Immigrants Indefinitely And Call It A Compromise
By Juan Escalante

Local

Associated Press (California) Judge disputes California aimed to hinder border enforcement
By SUDHIN THANAWALA and DON THOMPSON

Associated Press (Louisiana) Louisiana governor: National Guard team to remain at border
By MELINDA DESLATTE

Associated Press (Maryland) Maryland OKs $375K in seafood marketing amid labor crisis

Associated Press (Massachusetts) Activists flood Statehouse to protest family separations

WYTV Legal fight in Salem raids could be slow process

IndeOnline Fresh Mark raid, arrests 'like dropping a bomb' on immigrant community
By Amy L. Knapp

News 5 Immigrant parents transferring custody of their children in case they get deported
By Mike Brookbank

Scene Fear and Sadness in Sandusky as Families Cope With One of the Largest Workplace Immigration Raids in Recent History
By Philip de Oliveira

IndeOnline Poll: Biggest potential impact ICE raids will have on economy?
By Benjamin Duer

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Flight attendant: I won't work flights that separate immigrant kids from families
By Hunt Palmquist

Houston Business Journal (Op-Ed): Houston businesses to lose if family separation continues
By Ruby Powers