Daily Immigration News Clips – October 24, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 24, 2017

National

Associated Press US tells court: Block records bid in young immigrants' cases

Politico Republicans quietly plot Dreamers deal
By Seung Min Kim

Daily Kos 'Americans in every way but immigration status': Hundreds of colleges and universities urge DACA fix
By Gabe Ortiz

Associated Press Sessions: MS-13 street gang a 'priority' for law enforcement
By Michael Balsamo

NBC Will Central Americans, Haitians 'Protected' By U.S. Be Sent Home?
By Teo Armas

The Guardian Dumbledore's army v the Donald: young lawyers follow professor into battle
By Alec Scott

Vice News Facing High Legal Fees, Immigrants Are Using Web Tools to Apply for Green Cards
By Madeleine Wattenbarger

Boston Globe Trump, Sessions exaggerate gang threat to justify crackdown
By Astead W. Herndon

Wall Street Journal U.S. to Allow Refugees From All Countries but With New Rules
By Laura Meckler and Shane Harris

ABC News Trump administration to announce decision on refugee program after 120-day ban
By Geneva Sands and Conor Finnegan

The Hill Undocumented teen asks full appeals court to step in, allow abortion
By Rebecca Savranksy

Voice of America Mentally Disabled Man Faces Deportation
By Cory Rogers

Associated Press Sen. McCain declines to label Trump as a draft dodger
By Erica Werner

Associated Press Murder Trial Starts for Man Who Stoked US Immigration Debate

Associated Press Satirical 'Ask A Mexican' column to end after decade run
By Russell Contreras

Wall Street Journal Mitch McConnell Warns GOP Against Villainizing Him
By Joshua Jamerson

The Hill Poll: Trump job approval dips to new low
By Jonathan Easley

Washington Post (Editorial) The government's grotesque abuse of power over a 17-year-old seeking an abortion

New York Times (Op-Ed) I Accidentally Turned My Dad Into Immigration Services
By Viviana Andazola Marquez

Washington Post (Op-Ed) State attorneys general have taken off as a partisan force in national politics
By Paul Nolette

Washington Post (Opinion) How Trump broke conservatism
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Opinion) There's a 'poisonous dynamic among white people' over who's to blame for racism
By Jonathan Capehart

Washington Post (Opinion) The political divide in the United States, animated
By Philip Bump

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump administration is holding a teenager hostage over abortion
By Ruth Marcus

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump keeps attacking Gold Star families. Here's how he could have apologized instead.
By Alyssa Rosenberg

Local

Huffpost As Sanctuary State, California Takes Deportation Fight To New Level
By Tim Henderson

Reuters New Hampshire Governor Asks Trump to Stop Indonesian Deportation Effort
By Scott Malone

Dallas Morning News A teacher, therapist and pastor: How DACA recipients are serving their Texas neighbors
By Jenny Manrique

Texas Tribune UT/TT Poll: A hard line on immigration, but not on deporting "Dreamers"
By Ross Ramsey

Austin American Statesman Poll finds most Texans think DACA program should be extended
By Jonathan Tilove

Observer Schumer Hopes to Have DACA Deal by End of Year
By Madina Toure

Arizona Public Media Government Mulls Axing Temporary Protected Status, Clouding Future for 1,100 Arizonans
By Matthew Casey

North Denver Tribune DENVER CITY COUNCIL IS AGAINST TERMINATION OF DACA
By Rafael Espinoza

Creston Eagle Western State Colorado University President Greg Salsbury, Mayor Jim Gelwicks of Gunnison, CO, and Carlos Lerma, a Local CO DACA Recipient Call on Rep. Scott Tipton (R-CO3) to Sign the Dream Act

Associated Press (Virginia) Trump's candidate stirs no love in Virginia's Trump country
By Alan Suderman

Akron Beacon Journal Akron mother avoids deportation in Cleveland Heights church
By Doug Livingston

KUT How One Family Is Planning For The Possibility Of Deportation
By Joy Diaz

Washington Post (Virginia) Gillespie goes after Northam with TV ad on felon rights restoration
By Laura Vozzella and Fenit Nirappil

Washington Post (Virginia) Are there more than 2,000 MS-13 gang members in Virginia's wealthy Fairfax County?
By Glenn Kessler

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Sen. Sherrod Brown calls White House aide, adviser 'white supremacists,' White House says that's slanderous By Stephen Koff

Baltimore Sun (Editorial) Hogan administration needs to be clear about its policy for cooperating with ICE