Daily Immigration News Clips – November 9, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 9, 2017


By Ted Hesson

Politico Democrats emboldened after elections - but still wary of shutdown talk
By Heather Caygle and Elana Schor

USA Today Sen. Roy Blunt open to granting citizenship to DREAMers
By Deirdre Shesgreen

The Hill GOP lawmaker says Congress won't meet Dec. 8 spending deadline
By Niv Elis

Dallas Morning News Supporters to rally across nation for law allowing children of immigrants to stay in U.S.
By Dianne Solis

Public News Service Students Walking Out to Support Passage of Dream Act

Newsone How Black Undocumented Immigrant Copes With Changed DACA Status
By Nigel Roberts

Associated Press Groups Challenge Continued US Detention of Iraqi Nationals

Bloomberg Travel Ban Agreement Left 1,400 Iraqis in Deportation Limbo
By Erik Larson

USA Today Schmidt: Deporting international students 'literally insane'
By Greg Toippo

KCUR Labor-Starved Ag Businesses Want To Keep Immigrant Workers In US Legally
By Peggy Lowe

Arizona Public Media Nominated DHS Chief Left With Decisions On Temporary Protected Immigrants
By Michael Marizco

Associated Press Asian-Americans targeted by racist flyers win elections

Associated Press Democratic Wins: Start of Anti-Trump Surge or 'Not So Fast?'

Reuters Trump's Limited Appeal a Warning Sign for Republicans Ahead of 2018 Elections

New York Times A Year After Trump, Women and Minorities Give Groundbreaking Wins to Democrats
By Michael Tackett, Trip Gabriel, and John Eligon

FiveThirtyEight The Fundamentals Favor Democrats In 2018
By Nate Silver

NBC First Two Latinas Are Elected to Virginia House of Delegates, Making History
By Stephen Nuno

Buzzfeed Latino Victory Fund: We'll Double Down On Controversial Ad Strategy After Virginia Win
By Adrian Carrasquillo and Darren SAnds

Associated Press Nielsen, Trump's surprise pick for DHS head, faces hearing
By Jill Colvin

Reuters Homeland Security nominee says no need for full U.S.-Mexico border wall
By Mica Rosenberg

New York Times Homeland Security Nominee Defends Her Inexperience
By Ron Nixon

Washington Post Kirstjen Nielsen, Trump's nominee to lead Homeland Security, sails through confirmation hearing
By Nick Miroff

Associated Press Deported 'Dreamer' Arrested Again for Trying to Enter US

Wall Street Journal DACA Recipient Charged With Illegally Re-Entering the U.S.
By Alicia Caldwell

Washington Post Paul Ryan erases any doubt: 'We're with Trump'
By Aaron Blake

HuffPost Trump Finds Key Ally For Confirming His Homeland Security Secretary: The Swamp
By Jennifer Bendery

Vox One year into the Trump era, it's time to recalibrate your anxieties
By Dara Lind

HuffPost Federal Judges Consider Request To Block Texas Immigration Crackdown
By Roque Planas

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) The Anti-Trump Wave

The Hill (Op-ed) White House continues to strip due process from immigration courts
By Gregory Chen

New York Times (Op-ed) Ending DACA Will Hurt Immigrant Troops
By Robert Gates

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) A Mass Extinction for Virginia Republicans
By Karl Rove

Washington Post (Opinion) Voters repudiate not just Trump but the white-supremacist hatred seen in Charlottesville
By Petula Dvorak

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Tuesday's Biggest Losers
By James Freeman

Washington Post (Opinion) The Democratic sweep ushers in a new political era
By EJ Dionner

The Atlantic (Opinion) Republican Candidates Are Bound to Trump Whether They Like It or Not
By Ron Brownstein

Crooked (Opinion) A Body Blow to Trumpism
By Brian Beutler

New Republic (Op-ed) Inhospitable
By Karla Cornejo Villavicencio

Slate (Opinion) The Limits of Trumpism
By Jamelle Bouie

The Hill (Op-ed) Democracy now leans on the expertise of lawyers and rule of law
By Michelle Falkoff

The Hill (Op-ed) We will fight for our DREAMers
By Luis V. Gutiérrez (Ill.), Raúl M. Grijalva (Ariz.), Adriano Espaillat (N.Y.), Pramila Jayapal (Wash.), Mark Pocan (Wis.), Steve Cohen (Tenn.), Sheila Jackson Lee (Texas), Ruben Gallego (Ariz.0, Tony Cárdenas (Calif.), Wm. Lacy Clay (Mo.), Nydia M. Velázquez (N.Y.), José E. Serrano (N.Y.), Lois Frankel (Fla.), Nanette Diaz Barragán (Calif.), Jimmy Gomez (Calif.), Chellie Pingree (Maine), Albio Sires (N.J.), Eleanor Holmes Norton (D.C.), James P. McGovern (Mass.), Keith Ellison (Minn.), Jan Schakowsky (Ill.), Frank Pallone, Jr. (N.J.), Grace F. Napolitano (Calif.), Barbara Lee (Calif.), Ro Khanna (Calif.)


CBS (Minnesota) DOJ Threatens To Deport 4 Minnesotans
By Susan-Elizabeth Littlefield

Patch Lorain State Rep Testifies In Support of Dream Act

La Prensa Rep. Dan Ramos testifies in support of DACA

News and Observer U.S. Homeland Security agents search Youngsville business
By Ron Gallagher

Indy Star Federal judge prohibits ICE detainers in Marion County
By Fatima Hussein

Mlive Massachusetts activists urge renewal of protective program for refugees from Honduras, Haiti and elsewhere
By Shira Schoenberg

The Connection Northern Virginia Leads Blue Wave
By Michael Lee Pope