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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 14, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 14, 2020.

National

Law360 'Public Charge' Guidance More Severe Than Policy, Suit Says
By Suzanne Monyak

Associated Press Immigration Courts Reopen Despite Rising Coronavirus Cases

ABC News US will restart visa services, State Department says, amid Trump's efforts to restrict immigration
By Conor Finnegan

The American Prospect Trump’s War on International Students
By Marcia Brown

Associated Press More Than 200 Schools Back Lawsuit Over Foreign Student Rule

Reuters International Students Denied U.S. Entry Under New Visa Rules-Court Documents

New York Times 17 States Sue to Block Student Visa Rules
By Anemona Hartocollis

Washington Post Challenges to ICE rule on student visas mount
By Susan Svrluga

The Hill Google, Facebook and other tech companies join legal challenge to foreign students rule
By CHRIS MILLS RODRIGO

Associated Press Mexican Man With Coronavirus Dies in ICE Custody

Reuters Nearly 1,000 U.S. Immigration Detention Center Employees Test Positive for Coronavirus

NBC News Judge delays ruling on ICE detention, meaning migrant parents and kids could be separated Friday
By Jacob Soboroff and Julia Ainsley

Mother Jones Prison CEOs Say They Had No Clue Guards Pepper-Sprayed Hundreds of Immigration Detainees
By Noah Lanard

Cronkite News Migrant detention center operators defend response to COVID-19 in facilities
By Farah Eltohamy

New York Post Ex-DHS secretary purposely weakened legal case for ending DACA: report
By Mark Moore

Ed Source Many undocumented youth remain in limbo after Supreme Court’s DACA decision
By BETTY MÁRQUEZ ROSALES

The Hill Builder of private border wall Trump says he opposed got $1.7B in federal wall contracts: report
By John Bowden

Politico U.S. plans to restrict Mexico, Canada border crossings until late August
By SABRINA RODRIGUEZ and DANIEL LIPPMAN

Texas Public Radio South Texas Landowners Resist Trump Administration’s Push To Survey Their Land For Border Wall
By Maria Mendez

New York Times Jeff Sessions and Tommy Tuberville Close Out Alabama’s G.O.P. Senate Runoff
By Elaina Plott

The Hill At least 65K absentee or mail-in ballots have been rejected this year: report
By Rachel Scully

Roll Call Julian Castro plans to get out the immigrant vote in 2020
By Tanvi Misra and Michael Macagnone

Roll Call For Congress, rancor and politics overshadow consequential coronavirus relief
By Shawn Zeller

Politico Biden makes sharp pivot toward Latino vote
By MARC CAPUTO

Politico Trump camp brushes back Cruz-endorsed candidate in Texas runoff
By ALLY MUTNICK

Al Dia Biden’s “21st Century Immigration system” unpacked
By Ericka Conant

Washington Post As coronavirus ravaged meatpackers, minorities bore the brunt. Now worker groups say Tyson and JBS violated the Civil Rights Act.
By Laura Reiley

Washington Post For refugees, pandemic adds to the hardship of a new life
By Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff

Wall Street Journal U.S. As Covid-19 Cases Surge, Latino Communities Feel the Brunt
By Alicia A. Caldwell

CNN Latinx residents fear the toll coronavirus is taking on their lives and community
By Daniella Diaz

Ms. Magazine (Opinion) An American Mother on Asylum: Trump’s New Rules Would Have Rewritten My Story B
By NENE BAH and LINDSAY M. HARRIS

Washington Post (Opinion) This Harvard medical student from Tanzania once believed in the American Dream. Now he is losing faith in it as Trump targets international students.
By Valerie Strauss

New York Times (Opinion) In Some Countries, Normal Life Is Back. Not Here.
By Michelle Goldberg

Washington Post (Opinion) The GOP’s future looks more like Tucker Carlson than Larry Hogan
By Max Boot

Washington Post (Opinion) The one constant in Trump’s presidency: Tomorrow will be worse
By Dana Milbank

Washington Post (Opinion) Roger Stone and Jeff Sessions are meeting two very different fates
By Paul Waldman

Wall Street Journal (Opinion) Congress’s Inaction May Halt Immigration
By Sam Garcia

CNN (Opinion) Do Republicans really want 'a bigger tent' party?
By Chris Cillizza

Local

Washington Post (Texas) Texas Senate runoff asks whether what worked for Democrats in 2018 still works in 2020
By Jenna Johnson

Chron (Texas) Why 74,000-plus Texas immigrants could be excluded from voting in 2020
By Sonia Ramirez

The Hill (California) Federal appeals court rules Trump admin can't withhold federal grants from California sanctuary cities
By JUSTINE COLEMAN