Daily Immigration News Clips – June 22, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 22, 2018

National

NBC News Experts cast doubt on DHS claim that traffickers are posing as families at the border

The Guardian Lawyers 'not confident' family separations will end despite Trump order
By Amanda Holpuch

Time There Are Effective Alternatives to Family Detention. The Trump Administration Already Ended One
By Maya Rhodan

CNN Emails suggest 'zero tolerance' effectively on hold, despite what Trump admin says
By Tal Kopan

Associated Press Governor orders probe of abuse claims by immigrant children
By MICHAEL BIESECKER, JAKE PEARSON and GARANCE BURKE

CNN Handcuffs, assaults, and drugs called 'vitamins': Children allege grave abuse at migrant detention facilities
By Blake Ellis, Melanie Hicken, and Bob Ortega

Wall Street Journal City Churches Offer Refuge to Immigrants
By Lara Korte

Wall Street Journal New York Struggles to Deal With Migrant Children
By Melanie Grayce West and Katie Honan

CNN New York facility tries to ease immigrant kids' anxiety while separated from parents
By Jason Carroll and Linh Tran

Reuters Where are the beds? Questions surround Trump's plan to hold families in detention
By Reade Levinson, Yeganeh Torbati, and Kristina Cooke

Reuters Trump tries to defuse immigrant crisis, but policy hit by confusion

New York Times Who Is Dolly Gee, the Judge Deciding the Fate of Trump's Executive Order?
By Tim Arango

Wall Street Journal Trump's Order to End Immigrant Family Separation Sows Confusion
By Alicia A. Caldwell and Louise Radnofsky

Washington Post Reversal on migrant families deepens confusion over Trump's immigration order
By Nick Miroff, Dan Lamothe and Seung Min Kim

CNN Trump's family separation course-correction only adds confusion
By Tal Kopan

New York Magazine The Shameless Fakery of Trump's Retreat on Family Separations
By Frank Rich

Associated Press House rejects hard-right immigration bill, baring GOP divide
By LISA MASCARO

Politico A little ditty about Ted and Dianne
By BURGESS EVERETT

USA Today House Republican leaders postpone vote on immigration bill in bid to gain more votes
By Eliza Collins and Deirdre Shesgreen

SLATE House Republicans' Immigration Plan Is on Life Support
By JIM NEWELL

Associated Press First lady visits migrant children housed in Texas
By DARLENE SUPERVILLE

Washington Post How Melania Trump's jacket choice overtook her visit to the Texas border shelters
By Emily Heil

Wall Street Journal Ahead of Border Policy, Trump Administration Awarded Contracts to Help Run Facilities for Migrant Children
By Zusha Elinson and Ian Lovett

Washington Post Trump administration seeks approval from judge to detain immigrant families together
By Devlin Barrett

Politico White House aide Miller targeted in backlash over family separations
By NANCY COOK

Associated Press Washington, other states plan to sue over family separations
By GENE JOHNSON

Associated Press 'He cried and hugged me': Brazilian still separated from son
By PETER PRENGAMAN

Associated Press Hope, despair in poetry by immigrant children in US lockup
By Jake Pearson

Associated Press Official: Hundreds of kids reunited with families since May

Associated Press Pentagon agrees to provide space for 20,000 migrant children
By ROBERT BURNS

Reuters Father Says Little Honduran Girl on Time Cover Was Not Taken From Mother

Reuters 'Are you the mother?' A woman's search for baby taken by U.S. immigration
By Delphine Schrank and Julia Love

New York Times Where Migrant Children, Sent Far From Border, Are Held Across U.S.
By SARAH ALMUKHTAR, JUGAL K. PATEL, DEREK WATKINS and KAREN YOURISH

Wall Street Journal A Woman's Quest to Get Her 8-Year-Old Migrant Nephew
By Scott Calvert and Jennifer Levitz

CNN Foster mother describes trauma of kids separated from parents at the border
By Sara Sidner and Rosa Flores

Associated Press Confusion and uncertainty at the border after Trump acts
By NOMAAN MERCHANT and SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN

Wall Street Journal What Happens When a Migrant Family Is Stopped at the Border: Here Are the Steps
By Stephanie Stamm

Associated Press Lawsuit: Green-card holders face bias in US military policy
By SUDHIN THANAWALA

Washington Post WikiLeaks publishes identities and information about ICE employees amid intensifying anger
By Meagan Flynn

New York Times For Democrats Challenging Party Incumbents, Insurgency Has Its Limits
By Shane Goldmacher and Jeffery C. Mays

CNN Separated immigrant children move people's hearts, but will it move their votes?
By Harry Enten

Associated Press Pope: Countries should take in as many refugees as they can
By ALESSANDRA TARANTINO

Associated Press Violence keeps Central Americans coming to US despite Trump
By MARCOS ALEMAN and JOSHUA GOODMAN

Associated Press Obama, like Trump, grappled with family immigration
By Amy Taxin

Associated Press Supporters of Trump steadfast despite immigration uproar
By AMY FORLITI and ANGIE WANG

The Atlantic The Lesson Democrats Have Yet to Learn on Immigration
By PASCAL-EMMANUEL GOBRY

CNET Viral toddler at the border photo strikes immigration debate
By ERIN CARSON

HuffPost Wilbur Ross Contradicts Trump Administration Rationale For 2020 Census Citizenship Question
By Sam Levine

The Verge It's not just Microsoft: lots of tech companies are quietly helping ICE
By Russell Brandom

New York Times (Op-Ed) 'We Are Trading Kids in Cages for Families in Cages'
By Sonia Nazario

New York Times (Opinion) Return of the Blood Libel
By Paul Krugman

New York Times (Op-Ed) How Did We Get to the Savagery of 'Tender Age' Shelters?
By Will Wilkinson

New York Times (Op-Ed) Congress Doesn't Seem to Know Its Own Strength
By Greg Weiner

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Melania at the Border
By James Freeman

Washington Post (Opinion) 'I really miss my mom': What becomes of a 5-year-old in Maryland and the other separated children now?
By Theresa Vargas

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The Trump administration is right about the problem at the border. But its 'solutions' would just make things worse.
By Mary E. Mendoza

Washington Post (Op-Ed) What Melania Trump's 'I don't care' jacket says about the state of the East Wing
By Lauren A. Wright

Politico Magazine (Op-Ed) How Mexico Could Force America's Hand on Immigrants
By Todd Tucker

Politico (Op-Ed) I Sat on the Other Side of Stephen Miller's First Wall
By John Muller

Local

Bangor Daily News Border patrol agents question drivers at I-95 checkpoint about citizenship

Fox 8 ICE raids prompt landscaper to voice concern over trend
By MAIA BELAY

WKYC Local Latin leaders rally against area ICE raids downtown

WYTV Boardman boutique helping kids affected by ICE raid in Salem
By Noah Daniels-Wilder

Associated Press ICE office in Portland closed another day

Texas Tribune UT/TT Poll: Most Texas voters oppose family separation at the border, with greater support among men and Republicans
By ROSS RAMSEY

TrumpWatch with Paul DeRienzo Attorney Rachel Baskin on Trump's Family Separation Policy