Daily Immigration News Clips – June 26, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 26, 2018

National

Washington Post President Trump's misconceptions about immigration courts and law
By Salvador Rizzo

McClatchy Exclusive: Trump plan gives immigrants choice of detention, with or without child
By FRANCO ORDOÑEZ

Vox Trump will reunite separated families - but only if they agree to deportation
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Lawsuit over temporary immigration status moves forward
By SUDHIN THANAWALA

San Francisco Chronicle Judge allows immigrants with protected status to sue Trump administration
By Bob Egelko

San Francisco Gate Judge Refuses To Dismiss Lawsuit Challenging Termination Of Temporary Protected Status

Associated Press GOP leaders eye new bill on family separations at border
By LISA MASCARO and ALAN FRAM

Wall Street Journal GOP Leaders Bracing for Second Defeat on Immigration
By Siobhan Hughes and Andrew Duehren

Politico Republicans brace for immigration failure
By Rachael Blade

The Hill Immigration overhaul on life support in the House
By MELANIE ZANONA

Bloomberg House Republicans Cheer Immigration Bill That They Haven't Seen
By Anna Edgerton , Laura Litvan , and Mehr Nadeem

Reuters Trump says illegal immigrants should be deported with 'no judges or court cases'
By Doina Chiacu and Sarah N. Lynch

Politico White House reasserts zero tolerance policy as Border Patrol suspends it
By TED HESSON and ANDREW HANNA

Associated Press Migrant kids could end up in already strained foster system
By JESSE J. HOLLAND

Associated Press Immigrant parents await word about children's fate
By MORGAN LEE

Associated Press Authorities abandon 'zero-tolerance' for immigrant families
By ELLIOT SPAGAT and MORGAN LEE

Reuters ACLU urges injunction against separating immigrant families
By Jonathan Stempel

New York Times Teenager Is Missing After Walking Away From Migrant Children's Center in Texas
By Mihir Zaveri and Manny Fernandez

Politico Cuomo again blasts Trump on family separation
By JIMMY VIELKIND

Buzzfeed The Government Was Holding 100 More Separated Children Than The Public Knew About
By Chris Geidner

Associated Press Donations, volunteering surge at border asylum-seeker center
By MANUEL VALDES

Associated Press A day with Border Patrol: imperiled infant, distraught dad
By ELLIOT SPAGAT

New York Times Sleeping on America's Doorstep: A Dispatch From the Border
By Julie Turkewitz

New York Times Border Officials Suspend Handing Over Migrant Families to Prosecutors
By Ron Nixon, Erica L. Green and Michael D. Shear

Wall Street Journal Along The Border, Migrant Mothers Turn Themselves In to Immigration Authorities
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Washington Post With prosecutions of parents suspended, status quo returns at the border
By Nick Miroff

Bustle What Does "Abolish ICE" Mean? Members Of Congress Are Joining The Movement
By CAITLIN CRUZ

Washington Post Primary elections: Voters in seven states add their voices on where their parties are headed
By David Weigel

CNN CNN Host Kate Bolduan Defends Stephen Miller From Guest Calling Him a 'White Nationalist'
By MATT WILSTEIN

CNN GOP increasingly opposes legal -- not just illegal -- immigration
By Ronald Brownstein

Yahoo With DACA phasing out, college graduates like Edder Martinez face an uncertain future
By Kadia Aretha Tubman

Washington Post (Editorial) The right way to respond to the migrant influx

New York Times (Opinion) We Have a Crisis of Democracy, Not Manners
By Michelle Goldberg

New York Times (Op-Ed) What My 6-Year-Old Son and I Endured in Family Detention
By Anonymous

New York Times (Op-Ed) The Law Did Not Create This Crisis, but Lawyers Will Help End It
By Brad S. Karp and Gary M. Wingens

Washington Post (Op-Ed) The border won't be secure until Central America is
By Joseph R. Biden Jr.

Washington Post (Opinion) You can smell Trump's fear
By Eugene Robinson

Washington Post (Opinion) Loyalty to Trump demands a lack of character
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Immigration boiled over last week. Here's what Congress did - and why.
By Sarah Binder

The Hill (Op-Ed) If not family separation or family detention, then what
By LINDSAY STARK AND CYRIL BENNOUNA

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump's order doesn't afford border children meaningful protection
By CARY COGLIANESE

The Conversation (Op-Ed) Why care about undocumented immigrants? For one thing, they've become vital to key sectors of the US economy
By Mary Jo Dudley

Local

Associated Press (Texas) Migrant detainees to be housed at 2 bases in Texas

Associated Press (Oregon) Judge grants lawyers access to immigrants detained in Oregon

El Paso Times (Texas) Commander of tents at Tornillo, Texas, calls family separations 'dumb, stupid'
By Madlin Mekelburg and Aileen B. Flores

The News Tribune (Washington) Rep. Kilmer's detention center visit canceled over security concerns and chicken pox outbreak
By CRAIG SAILOR

The Vindicator Group says it takes in 30 parents separated from kids

WOSU Far From The Border, Children Of Ohio Workplace Raids Await Fate
By JOHN SEEWER

Norwalk Reflector How undocumented workers skirt job paperwork requirements: Q & A
By SABRINA EATON

Cleveland.comCanton business at center of ICE raid was fined $211,000 by OSHA for workplace safety problems
By Adam Ferrise

Cleveland 19 Ohio teen rallying support for children of detained Corso's workers
By Sia Nyorkor

The Daily Record 'We're all immigrants': Wooster rally highlights recent immigrant struggles.
By Emily Morgan

The Intelligencer Care of Children a Priority After Fresh Mark Immigration Raid in Salem
By MARY ANN GREIER

Associated Press Gubernatorial races top Colorado's mid-term primaries
By JAMES ANDERSON

WKYC Fresh Mark cited, fined for OSHA violations prior to ICE raids

San Diego Tribune (Editorial) No, Mr. President, you can't end due process for unauthorized immigrants

YubaNet (Op-Ed) Flores Agreement: Trump Admin. Seeks Court Order to Allow for Indefinite Detention of Children with Parents Ur Jaddou, DHS Watch

Daily Messenger (Op-Ed) Immigration raids devastate entire communities
By Matthew T. Mangino