Daily Immigration News Clips – October 4, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 4, 2018.

National

Reuters Judge Bars U.S. From Ending Protections for Immigrants From 4 Countries

New York Times Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Ending Some Immigrant Protections
By Daniel Victor

Washington Post Federal judge, citing Trump racial bias, says administration can't strip legal status from 300,000 Haitians, Salvadorans and others - for now
By Meagan Flynn

Politico Judge blocks Trump from ending protections for 300,000 immigrants
By TED HESSON

USA Today Federal judge blocks Trump from deporting hundreds of thousands of immigrants under TPS
By Alan Gomez

The Hill Federal judge blocks Trump administration from ending TPS program
By EMILY BIRNBAUM

Bloomberg Trump Blocked From Deporting 300,000 Protected Immigrants
By Kartikay Mehrotra

Associated Press DOJ Condemns Ruling Blocking Trump Immigration Policy

Buzzfeed In A Rare Move, Teamsters Are Jumping Into The Immigration Fight To Support Workers Who Could Lose Their TPS Status
By Adolfo Flores

LA Times Truck drivers with temporary immigration status rally for permanent solution
By Cindy Carcamo

Newsweek WILL TRUMP BUILD HIS WALL? NEW MEXICAN PRESIDENT SAID TRUMP AGREES ECONOMIC GROWTH CAN HALT UNDOCUMENTED IMMIGRATION
By Jason Lemon

Associated Press Iranian Man Sues Over 2-Year Wait for Citizenship Interview

Reuters Trump Administration Asks Top U.S. Court to Intervene in Census Suit

Vice LEAKED REPORT SHOWS THE UTTER DYSFUNCTION OF BALTIMORE'S IMMIGRATION COURT
By Ani Ucar

KRGV DOJ Sets Quota for Immigration Judges to Reduce Backlog
By Valerie Gonzalez

Associated Press Immigrants Refuse Aid for Fear It Will Doom Green Card Hopes

Rewire Trump Administration's Defense of New 'Public Charge' Rule Ignores Racist Legacy
By Priscilla Huang

San Francisco Examiner Fear surrounds Trump's proposed changes to benefits policy for immigrants
By Jaya Padmanabhan

Rolling Stone Border Patrol Was Only Authorized to Keep Kids for 72 Hours; They Kept One for 600
By TIM DICKINSON

NPR The Government Says A Family Has Been Reunified. So Why Aren't The Parent And Child Together?
By MALLORY FALK

Washington Post Trump administration: After decline, U.S. citizenship numbers are rising
By Maria Sacchetti

USA Today Time, options running out for Kansas family fighting deportation of adopted S. Korean child
By John Bacon and Doug Stanglin

Associated Press Nooses Found in California Immigration Detention Center

Washington Post 'Border Town' is a comic about immigration and Latino identity. But it's mainly about monsters.
By David Betancourt

Politico House Democrats plan investigations blitz over Trump health policies
By ADAM CANCRYN and ALICE MIRANDA OLLSTEIN

The Atlantic The Cruelty Is the Point
By Adam Serwer

The Hill (Op-Ed) Fighting for human rights makes both moral and business sense
By AMY LEHR

Bloomberg (Opinion) Let Immigrants Save America's Struggling Cities
By Noah Smith

USA Today (Op-Ed) Trump's incendiary attacks on MS-13 and immigrants are making it harder to fight crime
By Chuck Rosenberg

Local

San Diego Union Tribune San Diego federal prosecutor to judge immigration cases in Los Angeles
By Kate Morrissey

ABC 6 Mauritanian man refuses to get on plane after deportation order
By Alexis Moberger

WYKC The Investigator | Geauga County profits from locking up ICE detainees
By Tom Meyer

LA Times Republicans face big risks in contested California races as Democrats fight for control of the House
By DAVID LAUTER

Mother Jones Inside the Unlikely Movement That Could Restore Voting Rights to 1.4 Million Floridians
By ARI BERMAN

Florida Phoenix The political battle for Florida's Latino vote
By Mitch Perry

LA Times (California) L.A. Immigrant Busted While Giving Teen Ride to Border Expected to Get Green Card

Cleveland.com(Ohio) Trump's immigration policies mean big bucks for company that owns private Youngstown prison
By Eric Heisig

El Paso Times (Texas) Immigration reform key to growing U.S. economy, Dallas Fed CEO says in El Paso
By Vic Kolenc

The Globe Post (DC) Immigration Bill to Test DC's Ability to Own Up to 'Sanctuary City' Status
By Miranda Saunders

NJ.com(Editorial) There is nothing normal about this year's midterm elections