Daily Immigration News Clips – October 12, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 12, 2018.

National

Washington Post The Trump administration's questionable data on family separations
By Salvador Rizzo

CNN ICE put a 4-year-old on a plane to Guatemala. Her dad found out 30 minutes before she landed
By Catherine E. Shoichet

New Yorker The Five-Year-Old Who Was Detained at the Border and Persuaded to Sign Away Her Rights
By Sarah Stillman

Associated Press APNewsBreak: Army Expelled 500 Immigrant Recruits in 1 Year

Washington Post U.S. judges balk at ICE detention of defendants granted bail under Trump 'zero tolerance' push
By Spencer S. Hsu

The Economist A Supreme Court immigration case turns on the meaning of a single word
By S.M.

Associated Press Border Officials Alarmed by Migrants Abandoned in the Desert

Washington Post Republicans promise post-midterm fight to fund Trump's border wall
By Erica Werner and Erica Werner

Vice EXCLUSIVE: ICE arrested over 100 undocumented immigrants without criminal convictions in that big Oakland raid
By David Noriega

Vice THE US IS CHECKING IMMIGRANT KIDS' TEETH TO SEE IF THEY ACTUALLY BELONG IN ADULT DETENTION
By Mimi Dwyer, Belle Cushing and Antonia Hylton

HuffPost Trump Prosecutor Gets First Illegal Voting Conviction. The Penalty Is $200 And Possible Deportation.
By Sam Levine and Ryan J. Reilly

Associated Press US Asks Central America to Do More on Illegal Immigration

Texas Tribune U.S. officials have been keeping migrants from crossing bridges. Now, Mexico is doing the same.
By TEO ARMUS

Politico Ross now recalls conversations with Bannon, Sessions about citizenship
By TED HESSON

Forbes Why Fear of Immigrants In Employment Is Short-Sighted At The Dawn Of The Automation Age
By Zachary Chen

Latino USA A Refugee Community Gets Its Saint
By PILAR MARRERO

Associated Press O'Rourke's Improbable Senate Run Still Needs Latinos to Win

New York Times Republicans Abandon Vulnerable Lawmakers, Striving to Keep House
By Alexander Burns

The Hill Dems struggle to mobilize Latino voters for midterms
By MELANIE ZANONA

The Atlantic The Battle for the Soul of the Republican Party Is Still Raging in Kansas
By RUSSELL BERMAN

USA Today 'Is the Beto bubble bursting?': Cruz leads O'Rourke by 9 points in Quinnipiac poll
By Madlin Mekelburg

The Hill (Op-Ed) DHS rule change would harm immigrant, citizen health outcomes
By KATHRYN PITKIN DEROSE

CNN (Op-Ed) A little-known rule change could hurt the most vulnerable
By Andrea Flynn and Dorian Warren

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) Fight this immigration rule with all we've got: The 'public charge' regulation would do tremendous damage to New York
By COREY JOHNSON and CARLOS MENCHACA

Local

CNN (New York) Flyers 'meant to intimidate immigrants' posted in Queens
By Maria Santana

KTAR Talking ICE: Explaining the surge of immigrants released in Arizona
By MARTHA MAURER

ABC 15 More Valley churches housing immigrants
By Mike Pelton

Dallas Observer Changes to "Public Charge" Rule Could Leave Millions of Texans Without a Safety Net
By STEPHEN YOUNG

Li Herald Glen Cove immigrants make 'Journey for Justice'
By Zach Gottehrer-Cohen and Nadya Nataly

San Francisco Chronicle How Kavanaugh's addition to the Supreme Court could affect California
By Bob Egelko

KCTU KU student files appeal following immigration battle
By Zoe Brown, Angie Ricono

Boston Globe (Massachusetts) How changes in immigration policy could affect the Boston economy
By Cristela Guerra

HuffPost (Maryland) Catholic Church To Offer ID Cards For Undocumented Immigrants In Baltimore
By Carol Kuruvilla

NorthJersey.com Hudson County freeholders extend ICE jail contract through 2020
By Monsy Alvarado

Cincinnati Enquirer 2 more men face deportation to Mauritania from Cincinnati; fear 'they will kill us all'
By Mark Curnutte

Miami Herald New poll shows Democrat Shalala trailing GOP opponent in a district Trump lost badly
By ALEX DAUGHERTY AND DAVID SMILEY

Chicago Sun Times Civil rights groups slam Gov. Rauner for 'racist rhetoric' against immigrants Carlos Ballesteros

Yes Magazine (Op-Ed) What It Means to Be a Nation of Immigrants
By Pramila Jayapal

Minneapolis Star Tribune (Op-Ed) Expanding the definition of which immigrants are 'public charges' sounds fair, but is flawed
By Michael Westerhaus

AZ Central (Arizona) This refugee ran from guns as a kid. Now he carries one with Phoenix police
By Jason Pohl