Daily Immigration News Clips – November 1, 2017

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 1, 2017

National

Politico Trump to meet GOP senators on DACA fix
By Seung Min Kim

The Hill Trump, Republicans to discuss DACA plan on Thursday: report
By John Bowden

Politico Dems weigh government shutdown over Dreamers fight
By Seung Min Kim

Associated Press NYC truck attack: Investigators scour driver's background
By Colleen Long and Matt Sedensky

Reuters Uzbek Immigrant With New Jersey Ties at Centre of New York Attack Probe

Washington Post Post Politics Trump says he ordered U.S. to 'step up our already Extreme Vetting Program'
By Philip Rucker

Washington Post Extreme right gins up a culprit for N.Y. terror attack: Chuck Schumer
By Derek Hawkins and Samantha Schmidt

Washington Post Suspect identified in Manhattan vehicle attack, with 8 dead in 'act of terror'
By Mark Berman, Devlin Barrett and Rachel Siegel

Vice Even in a 'Sanctuary State,' Immigrants Are Still in Danger
By Cole Kazdin

NPR Facing Discrimination In Public Life, Latinos Stay Positive About Government
By Ashley Lopez

Washington Post A girl with cerebral palsy is being held in immigration detention. The ACLU just sued for her release.
By Maria Sacchetti

HuffPost ACLU Sues Over 10-Year-Old Undocumented Immigrant Seized After Emergency Surgery
By Elise Foley

The Hill ACLU sues after immigration agents detain 10-year-old girl after surgery
By Rebecca Savransky

Corpus Christi Caller Times ACLU files suit against feds for detainment of 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy
By Beatriz Lopez

Corpus Christi Caller Times WATCH: Border Patrol agents never left Rosa Maria's side

Associated Press The Real John Kelly Slowly Revealing Himself at White House
By Zeke Miller

Washington Post New anti-Gillespie ad sparked by worries about Northam's appeal to minorities
By Ed O'Keefe, Gregory S. Schneider and Fenit Nirappil

Associated Press Poll: White Millennials Split on Whether Trump Is Racist

Washington Post Facebook's bigotry problem predates Russian meddling in election, civil rights groups say
By Tracy Jan

Politico Civil rights groups slam Facebook
By Jason Schwartz

The Hill Watchdog: DHS employees lost 228 firearms over three years
By Brett Samuels

New York Post Bill would ban NYPD from partnering with immigration agents
By Rich Calder

Rewire Federal Agency Director Admits to Interfering in Immigrants' Reproductive Health Choices
By Tina Vasquez

New York Magazine (Opinion) John Kelly Is As Deluded About the Confederacy As Donald Trump Is
By Ed Kilgore

Fortune (Op-ed) Why Donald Trump Is Wrong About Immigration
By Harry (Harjinder) Singh

Local

Atlanta Journal Constitution Immigration enforcement program could be expanded in Georgia
By Jeremy Redmon

Texas Observer The 'Sanctuary Cities' Ban Has Already Reshaped Some Police Department Policies
By Gus Bova

Willamette Week ICE Arrested an Undocumented Immigrant Just Outside a Portland Hospital
By Katie Shepherd

Associated Press (Utah) Police scour for details leading up to Utah student slaying
By Lindsey Whitehurst

The Hill (Virginia) Latino group pulls anti-Gillespie attack ad
By Josh Delk

WZZM Hope College students march for DACA

Associated Press Latino voters in Virginia may be soft on Northam

Associated Press Ohio Capital Creates Legal-Defense Fund to Help Immigrants

WOSU Columbus City Council Will Create Undocumented Immigrant Legal Fund
By Esther Honig

Columbus Dispatch Columbus council approves money to help immigrants fight deportation
By Rick Rouan

Associated Press (Washington) Lawsuit heard for juror who froze outside Spokane courthouse

Denver Post (Colorado) Republican hardliner Tom Tancredo jumps into crowded Colorado governor's race
By Mark Matthews

Cleveland Plain Dealer (Ohio) Lakeland panel highlights DACA students' contributions (photos, video)
By James Ewinger

SFist (California) Expert Testimony Suggests Ricochet Bullet Could Have Killed Kate Steinle
By Jessica Lachenal

The Patch (Virginia) KKK Propaganda In Bags Of Candy Greets Leesburg Residents
By Skip Wood

The Journal News (New York) Yorktown Democrats claim GOP campaign mailer 'smacks of racism and lies'
By Jorge Fitz-Gibbon and Michael P. McKinney

Associated Press Northam, Gillespie get record cash before Election Day
By Alan Suderman

Washington Post (Editorial) An ad that had no place in Va.'s governor's race

The Record (Op-ed) Immigration policy change would affect Jersey workers
By Kevin Brown and Carlos Medina