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Daily Immigration News Clips – February 25, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on February 25, 2020.


Documented Presidential Proclamation Sows Confusion Within the State Department
By Mazin Sidahmed

Dallas Morning News Will Trump’s new public charge rule close door on immigrants’ hope of the American dream?
By Obed manuel

Bloomberg Law Encouraging Illegal Immigration Could Put Grandmas in Jail
By Jordan S. Rubin

Associated Press Crackdown on Immigrants Who Use Public Benefits Takes Effect

Reuters New U.S. Rule Targeting Poor Immigrants Sows Fear, Confusion, Advocates Say
By Mica Rosenberg, Ted Hesson and Kristina Cooke

CNN This is a big week for the wall Trump is building. But it has nothing to do with the border
By Catherine E. Shoichet

The New York Times Under Pressure From Trump, Extraditions to U.S. From Mexico Soar
By Kirk Semple

Associated Press Chemical Firm: US Wrong to Deny Visa for Software Developer

The Wall Street Journal Fewer Immigrants Sign Up for Food-Subsidy Program
By Melanie Grayce West

ProPublica The FBI Is Investigating Massive Embezzlement of Border Patrol Union Funds
By A.C. Thompson and Jeff Ernsthausen

USA Today ‘Puro cash’: Latinos are opening more small businesses than anyone else in the US
By Kate Cimini

San Diego Union Tribune Protecting the most vulnerable: What it takes to make a case under the US asylum system
By Kate Morrissey

San Diego Union Tribune Back story: Examining the US asylum system

Associated Press 'Deportation With a Layover:' US Sends Migrants to Guatemala

The New York Times Trump Demands Two Liberal Justices Recuse Themselves From His Cases
By Peter Baker

USA Today New Donald Trump immigration policy could ban thousands of African immigrants from US
By Monsy Alvarado Alan Gomez

Vice Doctors Have a Name for Separating Kids from Their Parents at the Border: It's Torture.
By Emma Ockerman

By Chantal Da Silva

Associated Press Sanders Comments on Castro Could Pose Hurdles in Florida

Associated Press Democrats avoided immigration specifics ahead of Nevada vote

The New York Times Sanders Says He’ll Attract a Wave of New Voters. It Hasn’t Happened.
By Sydney Ember and Nate Cohn

The Hill Sanders seeks to capitalize on Nevada in Texas, California
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Advisor: Sanders could beat Trump in Texas

CNN Fact check: Bloomberg falsely claims NYPD only entered mosques when invited in
By Daniel Dale

New York Magazine Biden and Bernie Pivot on Deportations
By Zak Cheney-Rice

Denver Post Latino impact on Colorado’s 2020 elections depends on turnout

Houston Chronicle How Democratic presidential candidates are trying to win Latino votes in Texas
By Jeremy Wallace

Boston Globe In El Paso, Sanders tries to allay concerns about his votes on guns, immigration
By Jazmine Ulloa

Minnesota Star Tribune Amy Klobuchar taps 'Dreamer' for Latino outreach
By Briana Bierschbach

Forbes (Op-Ed) Health Insurance Mandate: The Next Hammer To Fall On Immigrants
By Stuart Anderson

The Washington Post (Opinion) Vote for Bernie, elect Trump
By Max Boot

CNN (Op-ed) This new immigration rule is un-American
By Rep. Eric Swalwell

CNN (Op-ed) A wealth test for immigrants will hurt our economy
By Steve Tobocman


WGN9 American immigrant stories of past and present on display at American Writers Museum

Associated Press (Arizona) Agents' Shootings Escape Scrutiny, Use-Of-Force Reforms

Associated Press (Michigan) Rep. Fred Upton Announces He Will Seek 18th Term in Congress

Associated Press (Florida) Across races, religions, coalitions organize for solidarity
By Matthew J. Cressler and Adelle M. Banks

Quartz (Florida) ICE expands use of pepper spray at privately-run immigration detention center accused of abuse
By Justin Rohrlich

Arizona Daily Star (Opinion) Mexico does little as thousands flee violence for US border
By Tim Steller

Arizona Republic (Opinion) Phoenix police are racially profiling thousands of residents. But now it's OK?
By Elvia Díaz

Los Angeles Times (Opinion) Column: An exceptional woman is one of many caught in immigration system’s web

Miami Herald (Op-ed) Florida, U.S. continue to put a high price on immigrants’ American dreams | Opinion