Daily Immigration News Clips – October 8, 2018

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 8, 2018.

National

Associated Press Refugee Families Split Due to Stricter Screening to Enter US

Rewire ‘I Think They Want Us to Die in There’: Federal Inspectors Highlight Detention Center’s Inhumane Conditions
By Tina Vasquez

LA Times Trump administration stoking fear to push immigration policies

The Nation Trump’s Immigration Policy ‘Fever Dream’
By John Washington

Associated Press Government Won't Appeal Freedom for Pizza Deliveryman

Reuters Court Rules for California Over Trump in Sanctuary City Case

The Atlantic A High-Stakes Immigration Case Hits the Supreme Court
By Garrett Epps

Daily Beast ‘Mandatory Detentions’ of Immigrants at Stake in Justice Kavanaugh’s First Big Case
By Scott Bixby

Newsweek HUSBAND SEEKING U.S. CITIZENSHIP ARRESTED BY ICE DURING MARRIAGE INTERVIEW
By HANNAH PRESTON

New York Times U.S. Campaign Against Migration Goes Unheard, or Unheeded, in Guatemala
By Ron Nixon and Photographs By Kirsten Luce

ABC News Despite opposition, US moves ahead with plan to give Mexico $20M to deport migrants
By Conor Finnegan

Associated Press Major Raid on MS-13 Gang Brings Relative Peace 3 Years On

Reuters Group Seeks U.S. DNA to Identify Missing Migrants

Associated Press Democrat says Gianforte 'fearmongering' on guns, immigration
By MATTHEW BROWN

Washington Post Survey of battleground House districts shows Democrats with narrow edge
By Scott Clement and Dan Balz

The Hill Gubernatorial candidate Kobach connects 9/11 to immigration
By TAL AXELROD

National Journal Panic Time for Embattled House Republicans
By Josh Kraushaar

USA Today (Op-Ed) Don't punish immigrants who use public assistance. I went broke waiting for a work permit.
By Wouter van Acker

The Hill (Op-Ed) Public charge rule is a cruel attack on children
By DRS KIMBERLY MUKERJEE, IRWIN REDLENER AND ELIZABETH GOODMAN

The Hill (Op-Ed) Trump has already built his wall
By GREGORY TREVERTON

New Indian Express (Opinion) Trump’s invisible H-1B wall
By Anahita Mukherji

Teen Vogue (Op-Ed) The United States Government Dehumanizes Latinx People Like Me and My Family
By ISABELLA GOMEZ

Local

Reuters (Nevada) Immigration Violations, Possible Sex Trafficking Found at Nevada Brothels

NY Daily News (Nevada) Nevada brothels run by Dennis Hof under investigation for immigration violations, possibly sex trafficking
By KATE FELDMAN

LA Times (California) Bond fund to help detained immigrants with ties to San Diego, Imperial counties
By KATE MORRISSEY

Kansas City Star ‘I want to keep our culture,’ GOP candidate says as he calls for Trump’s wall
By HUNTER WOODALL

Miami Herald Miami Republicans running for reelection grapple with Trump’s immigration record
By ALEX DAUGHERTY

WLRN Here's an explanation about why there's a backlog of immigration cases
By SHEFALI S. KULKARNI, DAVID CONRAD

Associated Press Church Near Border Plans Welcome Statue to Immigrants

San Diego Union Tribune Inspired by Lady Liberty, statue of Mary envisioned for San Ysidro
By David Hernandez

Miami Herald 27 Cuban migrants jump off boat in Miami — then run and hide on land, officials say
By MONIQUE O. MADAN

LA Times L.A. immigrant who spent six months in detention describes harsh conditions at Adelanto facility
By ANDREA CASTILLO

American-Statesman (Editorial) A cruel family separation policy doomed from the start

Dallas Morning News (Editorial) We can add half-baked and ill-prepared to Trump's 'cruel, unconscionable' family-separation policy

El Paso Times (Op-Ed) Data show that illegal immigration does not lead to more crime
By Alex R. Piquero

Yakima Herald (Op-Ed) DACA kids deserve a representative who will cast important votes
By Christine Brown

Penn Live (Op-Ed) This is why we should all protect the 2020 Census
By Micah Sims

Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Minorities and aging Americans must find common political ground
By Jacqueline L. Angel and Juan Fernando Torres-Gil