Daily Immigration News Clips – September 4, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 4, 2019.


MSNBC Glare of Public Outrage Budges Trump Admin on Medical Deferrals

Associated Press Pentagon Approves Military Construction Cash for Border Wall

Reuters More Than 120 U.S. Military Construction Projects to Be Hurt by Trump's Border Wall Funding

The Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Advances Plan to Shift $3.6 Billion in Military Funds to Border Wall
By Michelle Hackman, Andrew Duehren and Nancy A. Youssef

The Washington Post Pentagon approves diversion of military construction funds for Trump’s wall
By Paul Sonne and Seung Min Kim

Politico Trump administration raids military construction projects for border wall
By Jennifer Scholtes, Sarah Ferris and Jacqueline Feldscher

CNN Pentagon diverts $3.6 billion in military construction funds to build Trump's border wall
By Zachary Cohen and Ryan Browne

NPR Trump Administration Diverts $3.6 Billion From Military Projects To Border Wall
By Claudia Grisales

Roll Call Pentagon to begin diverting construction funds for border wall
By David Lerman

Associated Press Feds Offers Reprieve on Immigrant Medical Care Cases

Associated Press US Plans for Fake Social Media Run Afoul of Facebook Rules

The Wall Street Journal Trump Administration Mulls Cutting Refugee Cap, Keeping Iraqi Program
By Alicia A. Caldwell

LA Times Trump administration’s ‘public charge’ rule has chilling effect on benefits for immigrants’ children
By Leila Miller

The New York Times Palestinian Harvard Student Blocked From Coming to U.S. Is Allowed to Enter
By Anemona Hartocollis

The Washington Post Palestinian student originally denied entry to U.S. now allowed in to attend Harvard
By Susan Svrluga

LA Times He got into Harvard. And now he finally got into the United States
By Jaweed Kaleem

The Hill House Democrats unveil bill to ensure citizenship for children of service members
By Cristina Marcos

Bloomberg America’s Chicken Industry Accused of Conspiring to Keep Immigrant Wages Down
By Deena Shanker and Polly Mosendz

The Hill Bernie spokeswoman previews Bernie's immigration plan

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s favrite rage-attack on Democrats is facing a big test
By Greg Sargent

The Washington Post (Opinion) Democrats want to beat Trump. Biden wants to be the one to do it.
By Jonathan Capehart

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Donald Trump’s Republican Party is not the party of Lincoln
By Sidney Blumenthal

The Hill (Op-Ed) Guatemalan Mayas not coming to take advantage of US generosity
By Brent Metz

The Hill (Op-Ed) Mistrust created a storm of confusion around citizenship changes
By Cristobal Ramón


Deseret News No warrant, no access to schools for immigration enforcement, Salt Lake education board resolves
By Marjorie Cortez

Associated Press (Tennessee) Nashville Mayor Calls for Scrapping Anti-Sanctuary State Law

The Salt Lake Tribune (Utah) Most migrants show up for Utah immigration court dates — contrary to Trump administration claims
By Lee Davidson

The Colorado Independent (Colorado) Her case helped change Colorado immigration law. But she could still be deported.
By Alex Burness

Nonprofit Quarterly Words Matter: A Message from Texas
By Martin Levine

The Daily Free Press (Editorial) EDITORIAL: Mayor Walsh is protecting Boston’s immigrants, but he shouldn’t have to

LA Times (Opinion) Opinion: Every aspect of America’s asylum system now seems broken
By Tom K. Wong