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Daily Immigration News Clips – April 30, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on April 30, 2020.

National

Reuters What Is at Stake as the Supreme Court Weighs the Future of Immigrant 'Dreamers'
By Ted Hesson

The Wall Street Journal U.S. Borders to Remain Shut to Foreign Travelers as States Reopen
By Jessica Donati

Politico Mitch McConnell's public health gamble
By BURGESS EVERETT and MARIANNE LEVINE

Politico Court won't block Trump's coronavirus immigration ban
By SUSANNAH LUTHI

Politico Democrats seek to curb White House spending powers after Ukraine, border wall disputes
By CAITLIN EMMA

The Hill Top Democrat opposes defense industry funds in next coronavirus relief bill
By REBECCA KHEEL

The Hill Emboldened Democrats push for immigrant relief in next coronavirus response
By RAFAEL BERNAL

CNN CBP front-line officers frustrated over continued travel and lack of agency guidance
By Geneva Sands and Priscilla Alvarez

NBC Class action suit aims to free all transgender ICE detainees
By Tim Fitzsimons

BuzzFeed ICE Moved Dozens Of Detainees Across The Country During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Now Many Have COVID-19.
By Hamed Aleaziz

The Intercept FIRST THE MUSLIM BAN, NOW CORONAVIRUS — IRANIAN FAMILIES SEPARATED BY ONE TRUMP ORDER AFTER ANOTHER
By Felipe De La Hoz

Mic The Supreme Court is about to make 3 big rulings on immigration, abortion, and financial reform
By Ray Levy-Uyeda

Texas Tribune Federal government sued for denying stimulus checks to Americans married to undocumented immigrants
By JULIÁN AGUILAR

Al Jazeera Trump adds divisive immigration issue to debate over state aid
By William Roberts

Politico Hispanic Caucus calls on Trump admin to investigate working conditions for meatpackers
By LAURA BARRÓN-LÓPEZ

CNN How the Trump administration treats meat processing workers says a lot about our priorities
By Brandon Tensley

CNN Meat plant workers to Trump: Employees aren't going to show up
By Ann Colwell and Rob McLean

Associated Press America First meets global pandemic, testing Trump worldview
By Michael Tackett and Jonathan Lemire 

Reuters Two Dozen People Deported to Colombia on U.S. Flight Found to Have Coronavirus: Sources

Associated Press Immigrants Deliver Food,' Hope' to Workers Hit by Pandemic

Reuters Minority Businesses Worry They Are Locked Out of Payroll Lending Program

The New York Times ‘The Infiltrators’ Review: Immigrant Activists Slip Into Detention
By Teo Bugbee

The Hill Jose Andres, NAACP and others launch pro-immigrant coronavirus campaign
By Anagha Srikanth

Associated Press Court: Kansas Can't Require Voters to Show Citizenship Proof

Reuters Biden Fields Committee to Help Pick a Running Mate
By Trevor Hunnicutt

Politico Trump to launch first major ad campaign as reelection worries mount
By ALEX ISENSTADT

CNN Trump's 2020 attack strategy against Biden is straight from his 2016 playbook
By Eric Bradner, Ryan Nobles and Dan Merica

CNN GOP senator gives activists grim 2020 assessment amid fears over holding Senate
By Alex Rogers and Manu Raju

WUWM Can Biden turn out Latinos to vote? Advocacy groups aren't sure.
By DAISY CONTRERAS

The Appeal THE SUPREME COURT BUYS INTO DONALD TRUMP’S ANTI-IMMIGRANT FEARMONGERING
By Jay Willis

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s latest executive order highlights our inequality crisis
By Paul Waldman

The New York Times (Op-ed) Two of My Colleagues Died of Covid-19
By Carmen Dominguez

The Hill (Op-ed) Trump immigration proclamation a cynical political stunt
By RAUL REYES

The Hill (Op-ed) Placing opportunism above the public good
By DAVID SUPER

CNN (Op-ed) Trump treats meatpacking workers as disposable
By Raul A. Reyes

Bloomberg (Op-ed) The Coronavirus Won’t Bring the End of Big Meat
By David Fickling

Local

Associated Press (Louisiana) 2 Guards at ICE Jail Die After Contracting Coronavirus

The Wall Street Journal (California) Inside the Largest Coronavirus Outbreak in Immigration Detention
By Alejandro Lazo and Zusha Elinson

The Hill (New York) New York attorney general again asks court to block 'public charge' rule
By HARPER NEIDIG

Capital Gazette (Maryland) Anne Arundel launches Commission on Immigrant Affairs during bilingual Hispanic virtual town hall on coronavirus
By OLIVIA SANCHEZ

Fort Worth Star Telegram (Texas) Texas undocumented desperate for work amid coronavirus, ‘even if it means getting sick’
By KRISTIAN HERNANDEZ

Ionia Sentinel-Standard (Michigan) ICE proposes detention center in Ionia, commissioner says it would be a 'huge asset'
By Evan Sasiela

Dallas Morning News (Editorial) As coronavirus cases continue to mount in immigration detention centers, a coherent plan and not political pandering will slow the spread