Daily Immigration News Clips – November 8, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 8, 2017

National

Time The Trump Administration Ended Protection for Nicaraguans Who Fled Disaster. These Three Countries Could Be Next
By Maya Rhodan

Independent 'Everyone is fair game… it's vey aggressive': Inside Donald Trump's immigration crackdown
By Jeremy White

Politico Appeals court hears fight over records on decision to cancel DACA
By Josh Gerstein

The Hill Schumer: Dems want DACA fix in government spending bill
By Jordain Carney

St Louis Dispatch Blunt says DACA resolution could involve pathway to citizenship for young immigrants
By Chuck Raasch

Associated Press Seattle lawsuit challenges bar on entry of refugee's family
By Gene Johnson

The New Yorker When a Day in Court Is a Trap for Immigrants
By Steve Coll

Independent Asylum seeker imprisoned by US border patrol writes plea for help as she accuses guard of repeated sexual assault
By Clark Mindock

Associated Press Lawmakers Want to Ensure US Safe Haven for Some Foreigners

McClatchy Ros-Lehtinen: Fellow Republicans don't care about finding a permanent TPS solution
By Alex Daugherty

HuffPost She Has Lived Legally In The U.S. For 19 Years. Now The Trump Administration Wants Her Out.
By Elise Foley

NBC News Trump Actions on Protected Status Prompt Outcry from Latino Lawmakers, Advocates
By Teo Armus

Associated Press Democrats sweep Virginia, New Jersey governor's races
By Alan Suderman and Michael Catalini

Reuters Democrats Win Bitter Virginia Governor's Race in Setback for Trump

New York Times Trumpism Without Trump: A Losing Formula in Swing-State Virginia
By Michael Tackett

Washington Post Virginia GOP's debate after loss: Too much Trumpism, or not enough?
By Paul Schwartzman

Washington Post Winners and losers from Election Day 2017
By Aaron Blake

Washington Post Republicans seek new path after failure of Gillespie's 'Trumpism without Trump'
By Michael Scherer and David Weigel

Washington Post Democrat Ralph Northam defeats Ed Gillespie in race for Va. governor closely watched by national parties
By Gregory S. Schneider, Laura Vozzella and Fenit Nirappil

Politico Northam beats Gillespie in Virginia governor's race
By Gabriel Debenedetti

The Hill Charlottesville mayor: Virginia is 'a wall against Trump and Trumpism'
By Brandon Carter

Associated Press Kelly's Ex-Deputy Readies for Own DHS Confirmation Hearing

Associated Press Arizona Rep. McSally Tells Colleagues She'll Run for Senate

Bloomberg Are Private Prison Companies Using Forced Labor?
By Josh Eidelson

San Francisco Chronicle A year after Trump's election, H-1B visa holders' hope dwindles
By Trisha Thadani

The Hill Catherine Cortez Masto: Supporters were coming up to me in tears
By Jordain Carney

The Hill Bipartisan group of lawmakers aim to reform US sugar program
By Vicki Needham

Associated Press Lawyers For Texas Cities Argue Against State Immigration Law

San Antonio Express News Judges question whether the Texas "sanctuary cities" law violates First Amendment rights of local officials
By Jason Buch

Austin American Statesman 'Sanctuary cities' ban SB 4 hearing focuses on the extent of ICE's reach
By Philip Jankowski

Washington Post (Editorial) A triumph of decency over dread

Washington Post (Editorial) Let this sick 10-year-old girl stay in the country

Des Moines Register (Editorial) Congress should stop dragging feet on immigration reform

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) We've Had This Immigration Debate Before
By Jason Riley

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump's latest claim about the Texas shooting is disingenuous nonsense
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump was on the ballot in Virginia. He lost.
By Dana Milbank

Washington Post (Opinion) Virginia shows that anti-Trump Republicans and Democrats still have a pulse
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-ed) Donald Trump says he's just enforcing immigration law. But it's not that simple.
By Inés Valdez, Mat Coleman and Amna Akbar

The Atlantic (Opinion) Grading President Trump
By Julian Zelizer

The Nation (Opinion) Pandering to Racists Won't Get Democrats Anywhere
By Sean McElwee

Local

WGLT More Local Immigrants Placed In Detention: One Family's Struggle
By Judith Valente

Associated Press (New York) FBI identifies latest victims of suspected MS-13 violence
By Frank Eltman

Maine Public Radio (Maine) Angus King Speaks Out Against Points-Based Immigration Proposals
By Mal Leary

WHYY (Pennsylvania) Philadelphia plan to issue municipal IDs advances
By Laura Benshoff

Mlive Immigration agents arrest 18 at West Michigan business
By John Agar

WHTC Immigration Officials arrest 18 people at Coopersville Business
By Mary Ellen Murphy

Splinter Oakland's Top Cop Accused of Lying to Cover Up Cooperation With ICE
By Rafi Schwartz

News4Jax Florida House renews fight against 'Sanctuary Cities'