Daily Immigration News Clips – October 10, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 10, 2018.

National

Fox News How E-Verify works: Immigration labor program draws scrutiny
By Andrew Keiper

Washington Post Migrant families overwhelm detention capacity in Arizona, prompting mass releases
By Nick Miroff

NBC News Abrupt release of hundreds of migrants in Phoenix is 'start of dam breaking'
By Julia Ainsley

ABC News Phoenix church takes in 100 immigrants released by ICE
By KARINE HAFUTA

Splinter ICE is Releasing Hundreds of Detained Migrants With an Ankle Monitor and No Institutional Support
By Jack Crosbie

Daily Beast Detained Migrant Families in Arizona Released En Masse: Report

Associated Press AP Investigation: Deported parents may lose kids to adoption
By Garance Burke and Martha Mendoza

NBC News Young Latinos use virtual reality to reunite immigrant families separated by borders
By Nicole Acevedo and Nirma Hasty

The Hill AP: Migrant children may be adopted after parents are deported
By CHRIS MILLS RODRIGO

KPBS More Than 200 Immigrant Children Remain Separated From Their Parents
By Jean Guerrero

Dallas Morning News These immigrants fear using public aid for U.S. citizen kids will hurt chances at legal status
By Obed Manuel and Dianne Solis

Fresno Bee ‘We don’t know what to do.’ Proposed Trump rule strikes new fear in immigrant communities
By YESENIA AMARO AND BARBARA ANDERSON

SF Gate Accepting Some Types Of Welfare May Soon Affect Immigration Status

Associated Press Supreme Court considering case on detention of immigrants
By Jessica Gresko

Politico Supreme Court puts Census-suit depositions on hold
By JOSH GERSTEIN

Associated Press Virginia church gives sanctuary to woman facing deportation

NBC News ICE freezes deportations of immigrants in areas affected by Hurricane Michael
By Julia Ainsley

Miami New Times ICE Agents Arrested Miami Dad After They Found His Lost Wallet, Family Says
By JERRY IANNELLI

USA Today As feds focused on detaining kids, border drug prosecutions plummeted
By Brad Heath

New York Times Forget the Wall: Pati Jinich Wants to Build a Culinary Bridge to Mexico
Kim Severson

HuffPost Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Is Blowing Holes In Agency Budgets
By Roque Planas

Essence DACA And Black Americans: An Immigration Nightmare
By DONNA M. OWENS

Pacific Standard MORE RESEARCH FINDS THAT IMMIGRANTS INCREASE ECONOMIC GROWTH
By DWYER GUNN

Healio Immigrant youth face barriers accessing mental health services in outpatient settings
By Natasha Ruth Saunders

Associated Press NJ congressional candidates spar over immigration, Pelosi
By Mike Catalini

New York Times Beto O’Rourke May Benefit From an Unlikely Support Group: White Evangelical Women
By Elizabeth Dias

Washington Post A carnival-like faceoff between Republican Corey Stewart and immigration activists over ICE
By Antonio Olivo

Texas Observer Can Beto O’Rourke Harness the Elusive Power of the College Student Vote?
By Justin Miller

LA Times Can a Democrat awaken the Latino vote in Texas?
By Evan Halper

Chicago Tribune In debate with J.B. Pritzker, Gov. Bruce Rauner says illegal immigration contributes to Chicago gun violence
By Rick Pearson, Mike Riopell

Pacific Standard CALIFORNIA SENATORIAL CANDIDATE KEVIN DE LEÓN TALKS IMMIGRATION, HEALTH CARE, AND STANDING UP TO TRUMP
By JACK HERRERA

Mother Jones Latino Vote Could Make or Break Georgia Governor Hopeful Stacey Abrams
By KIERA BUTLER

Mother Jones Paul Ryan Decries Tribalism as His Super-PAC Spreads It
By DANIEL COSTA-ROBERTS

New York Times Magazine The Democrats Have an Immigration Problem
By Robert Draper

New York Post (Editorial) NY Times immigration exposé actually proves the opposite of its headline

HuffPost (Op-Ed) The GOP’s Anti-Immigrant Agenda May Come Back To Haunt Them
By Juan Escalante

The Hill (Op-Ed) For everyone’s safety, border agents must use body-worn cameras
By VICKI B. GAUBECA

The Hill (Op-Ed) Sponsors of immigrant children are getting arrested — we must protect them
By SARA RAMEY

The Hill (Op-Ed) Children are collateral damage in battle against illegal immigration
By CAROLYN HEINRICH

The Hill (Op-Ed) This Supreme Court immigration case could mean more family separations
By LIZ MARTINEZ

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) One sick immigration rule: The 'public charge' regulation will make America less healthy
By DR. KENNETH L. DAVIS

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Trump plan could break up nearly 200,000 married couples
By Doug Rand

Local

KATU (Oregon) Local family torn apart by war and immigration process unite after more than 40 years
By Catherine Van