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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 10, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 10, 2020.

National

Al Jazeera New US visa rule leaves Indian, Chinese students in panic
By Heena Kausar

American Prospect Kamala Harris, Pramila Jayapal, 100 lawmakers seek reversal of new ICE rule
By Arun Kumar

Ms. Magazine Immigrant Detention During COVID-19: “Total Disregard for People Inside”
By MARCELA RODRIGUES-SHERLEY

Reuters California Sues Trump Administration Over New Foreign Student Rules

Washington Post California leaders sue Trump administration over rule that international students must take in-person classes
By Susan Svrluga

NBC News 99 members of Congress demand withdrawal of restrictions on international students
By Daniella Silva

The Marshall Project HOW ICE EXPORTED THE CORONAVIRUS
By EMILY KASSIE and BARBARA MARCOLINI

Progressive Closing the Door on Asylum
By James Goodman

Democracy Now ICE Threatens to Deport or Bar International Students If Schools Move Classes Online Due to Pandemic

Reuters More Migrants Caught Crossing U.S.-Mexico Border Despite Pandemic Restrictions

Washington Post Arrests along Mexico border jumped 40% last month, despite Trump administration’s immigration crackdown
By Nick Miroff

Wall Street Journal Arrests at U.S. Border With Mexico Jumped 40% in June
By Michelle Hackman

Roll Call House Defense spending report shows bad blood with Pentagon
By John M. Donnelly

Roll Call House spending bill barring funds for border wall advances
By Jennifer Shutt

Al Dia Indigenous tribe in California faces off with a border wall that’s destroying their history
By Brittany Valentine

Associated Press Worker advocates file meat plants discrimination complaint
By David Pitt

Reuters Lopez Obrador Says Trump Has 'Completely Changed' Attitude Toward Mexicans

CNN Unprecedented Supreme Court term closes with mixed rulings for Trump
By Ariane de Vogue

Roll Call Facing pressure, Census Bureau says it will clarify roles of two political appointees
By Michael Macagnone

Newsweek ICE Offering 'Citizens Academy' Course with Training on Arresting Immigrants
By Chantal Da Silva

Associated Press Trump Signs Executive Order as He Courts Hispanic Voters

Associated Press Trump Faced Issues With Asian Americans Even Before Virus

Associated Press Latino group launches $10M campaign to boost voter turnout
By Astrid Galvan

Washington Post Biden hires new aides to boost outreach to people of color
By Sean Sullivan

Washington Post Latino voters could be pivotal in November. Here’s how mailers mobilize them to vote.
By Christopher B. Mann, Melissa R. Michelson and Matt Davis

The Hill Hispanic Democrats build capital with big primary wins
By RAFAEL BERNAL

The Hill Former Sanders aides premier pro-Biden ad aimed at Hispanic voters in swing states
By TAL AXELROD

Politico Trump’s culture wars worked in 2016. His aides worry the world has changed.
By NANCY COOK

Politico SEIU endorses Biden, boosting Democrat's 2020 ground game
By REBECCA RAINEY

Washington Post (Opinion) How the Trump administration is turning legal immigrants into undocumented ones
By Catherine Rampell

Forbes (Op-ed) Trump Move Against International Students May Have Backfired
By Stuart Anderson

Washington Post (Opinion) Kick out the Trump enablers, too
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is our ‘boy in the bubble’ — a right-wing information bubble
By Michael Gerson

Bloomberg (Opinion) The Public Has Little Faith in a Return to School
By Francis Wilkinson

Nation of Change (Opinion) We can’t talk about immigration without acknowledging black immigrants
By Kovie Biakolo

Washington Post (Op-ed) I’m a foreign medical student. ICE’s new rules on remote courses are devastating.
By Max Jordan Nguemeni Tiako

The Hill (Op-ed) Congress must act to prevent a full-blown housing crisis
By MARC MORIAL AND JANET MURGUÍA

Local

San Diego Times San Diego Congressional Delegation Voices Strong Support for Dreamers, Immigration
By CHRIS JENNEWEIN

Fronteras What To Expect In The Trump Administration's Next Attack On DACA
By Lauren Gilger, Matthew Casey

KERA News Despite Relief From Deportation, DACA Recipients Still Live With Uncertainty
By Stella Chavez

KVNO News DACA Recipients on the Thin Line Again
By Gabriel Escalara

Saint Cloud Times Uncertainty reigns for immigrants with temporary status in the era of COVID-19
By Nora G. Hertel

Associated Press (Tennessee) Former Employees at Raided Slaughterhouse to Get Back Pay

Associated Press (Texas) Judge Refuses to Order Houston to Allow Texas GOP Convention

Washington Post (Washington) Coronavirus forces economic reckoning in central Washington’s cherry country
By Gregory Scruggs

New Jersey Law Journal (New Jersey) NJ Courts Can't Order Detainment of Immigrants to Thwart Deportation
By P.J. D'Annunzio