Daily Immigration News Clips – June 19, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on June 19, 2017

National

Wall Street Journal How a Dispute Over Costs Threatens Plan to Track Foreigners
By Lauren Meckler and Susan Carey

Univision Thousands of DACA teachers cautiously plan for next school year
By Jessica Weiss

Miami Herald Federal prosecutors inaugurate 'express' deportations
By Alfonso Chardy

Associated Press Immigration Court Backlog Grows to Nearly 600,000 Cases

NBC Trump Administration: Dreamers Can Stay, Undocumented Parents Must Go
By Patricia Guadalupe

US News & World Report Donald Trump Says DREAMers Can Stay
By Susan Milligan

The Guardian Trump keeps Dreamers program but advocates say it's still 'very vulnerable'
By Tom McCarthy

Dallas Morning News Immigrant advocates warn Obama program of deportation protection could still be eliminated by Trump
By Dianne Solis

Bustle Trump's DACA Decision May Have Unexpected Mental Health Benefits
By Nicole Einbinder

San Antonio Express News Trump keeps one immigration order, rescinds another
By Bill Lambrecht and Jason Buch

Politico DACA still 'under review,' Trump administration says
By Ted Hesson

The Atlantic Trump Ditches His Promise to 'Terminate' DACA
By Priscilla Alvarez

Vox It's official: Trump is keeping 750,000 DREAMers safe from deportation
By Dara Lind

Reuters Milwaukee County Sheriff Rescinds Homeland Security Job: Media
By Eric M. Johnson

Washington Post Milwaukee Sheriff David Clarke rescinds acceptance of Homeland Security post
By Abby Phillip

CNN Sheriff David Clarke no longer under consideration for DHS job
By Jennifer Hansler

The Hill Sheriff David Clarke reverses acceptance of Homeland Security role: report
By Brooke Seipel

Associated Press Hearing set on suit to stop deportation of Iraqi nationals

Washington Post Evangelist Franklin Graham calls rounding up Iraqi Christians for deportation 'very disturbing'
By Sarah Pulliam Bailey

Associated Press Border Patrol Arrests 4 Men at Medical Camp Run by Aid Group

New York Times Border Patrol Raids Humanitarian Aid Group Camp in Arizona
By Fernanda Santos

The Hill Border patrol raids camp, arrests four men
By Max Greenwood

New York Times A Newsroom and a Lifeline: Univision's Urgent Sense of Purpose
By Jim Rutenberg

Washington Post In rural America, fewer immigrants and less tolerance
By Maria Sacchetti and Emily Guskin

The Hill 9/11 recovery worker facing deportation: report
By Jacqueline Thompson

Fusion Authorities Want to Deport a Man with Respiratory Illness from Cleaning Up Ground Zero, Report Says
By David Boddiger

Associated Press Texas Companies Tie Worker Shortages to Immigration Fears

Associated Press Kurdish Man With Minor Record Fights Deportation From US

Daily Beast A Judge Said This Immigrant Dad Could Stay-ICE Locked Him Up Anyway
By Michael Daly

ABC 10 Miami teen to ICE: I want my dad back
By Andrea Torres

Washington Post Officials: 17-year-old Muslim girl assaulted and killed after leaving Virginia mosque
By Faiz Siddiqui, Julie Zauzmer and Sarah Pulliam Bailey

BBC Virginia Muslim girl found dead after leaving mosque

The Guardian Muslim girl, 17, killed on way home from Virginia mosque
By David Smith

Aljazeera Muslim girl killed after leaving mosque in Virginia
By Creede Newton

Buzzfeed A Muslim Teen Was Kidnapped And Murdered Outside A Virginia Mosque
By Brianna Sacks

Associated Press Trump rolls back some, not all, changes in US-Cuba relations
By Darlene Superville, Michael Weissenstein and Josh Lederman

Washington Post Trump announces revisions to parts of Obama's Cuba policy
By John Wagner and Karen DeYoung

Associated Press Biden: Democrats need better outreach to frightened voters
By Terry Spencer

Associated Press Haiti's leader tells worried immigrants to 'calm down'

New York Times More People Were Forcibly Displaced in 2016 Than Ever Before
By Rick Gladstone

Washington Post MS-13 gains recruits and power in U.S. as teens surge across border
By Justin Jouvenal, Dan Morse and Michael E. Miller

Washington Post A teen in MS-13 was detained at the border and held for years. A judge just set him free.
By Michael E. Miller

Washington Post Two years ago, they couldn't look away. Now some Trump supporters are tuning out.
By Jenna Johnson

Univision Her son died in Mexico from a bullet fired by a U.S. border agent. Seven years later, she waits for justice.
By Damià S. Bonmatí and Andrea Patiño

Las Crucus Sun-News Two arrested in attack on off-duty Border Patrol agent
By Carlos Andres Lopez

New York Times (Op-Ed) Trump Is Wrong to Pull Back From Cuba
By Rena Kraut

New York Times (Opinion) Only Mass Deportation Can Save America
By Bret Stephens

Washington Post (Opinion) Was defeat of Sanders-backed candidate in Va. a loss for progressives? Not quite.
By Fenit Nirappil

Washington Post (Opinion) A racist vestige of the past that progressives are happy to leave in place
By George F. Will

The Atlantic (Opinion) Trump Breaks a Promise to his Voters on Immigration
By David Frum

Local

Arizona Republic Migrant arrests at Arizona aid camp raise worries of more deaths in the desert
By Ronald Hansen

Associated Press (Texas) Military hero McRaven having trouble as Texas chancellor
By Jim Vertuno

New York Times (Ohio) One Ohio Town's Immigration Clash, Down in the Actual Muck
By Miriam Jordan

Wall Street Journal (California) California Seeking to Curtail Spread of Immigrant Detention Centers in State
By Alejandro Lazo and Covey E. Son

Los Angeles Times (California) Demand for UC immigrant student legal services soars as Trump policies sow uncertainty
By Teresa Watanabe

Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio) Akron area faith leaders pray for divine inspiration on immigration, saying fathers shouldn't be taken away from families
By Amanda Garrett

Vindy.com (Ohio) Akron hosts vigil Saturday afternoon for fathers facing deportation