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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 16, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 16, 2020.

National

Associated Press Doctors Not Part of DHS Review of Migrant Children's Deaths

New York Times U.S. Asylum Officers Denounce Trump Proposal That Would Block Asylum Claims
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Wall Street Journal Immigration Officials Didn’t Follow Guidelines on Migrant Children’s Health Care, Report Finds
By Michelle Hackman

El Paso Times Dispatch records: Woman dies after falling from border fence near Sunland Park
By Lauren Villagran

The Hill House panel approves amendment barring DACA deportations
By Niv Elis

Mother Jones He Was Praised on the Senate Floor as a Model DACA Recipient. Now He’s in Detention—With COVID-19.
By Fernanda Echavarri

NPR Despite Supreme Court's Ruling On DACA, Trump Administration Rejects New Applicants
By Joel Rose

Newsweek Trump Admin Accused of Defying Supreme Court Order to Reopen DACA Program
By Chantal Da Silva

HJ News DACA's future uncertain, even after SCOTUS ruling
By Kat Webb

The Hill Experts warn Trump treatment of international students hurts U.S.
By LAURA KELLY AND RAFAEL BERNAL

The Hill Meatpacking plant workers take new approach in COVID-19 safety push
By ALEX GANGITANO

The Hill Democrats may bring DHS bill to House floor
By Niv Elis

CNN The 45 most incoherent lines from Donald Trump's rambling Rose Garden speech
By Chris Cillizza

Federal News Network With deadline looming, USCIS employees brace for furloughs
By Nicole Ogrysko

Associated Press AP FACT CHECK: Trump Wholly Distorts Biden on Immigration

Reuters Democratic Super PAC to Target Black and Latino Turnout for Biden

Wall Street Journal Biden Expands Lead as Trump’s Approval Drops
By Andrew Restuccia

Wall Street Journal Alabama, Texas Primary Results Show Power of Trump Endorsements
By Natalie Andrews and Lindsay Wise

LA Times With Trump, invective obscures his policy messages
By ELI STOKOLS, NOAH BIERMAN

RollingStone So Long, Jeff Sessions
By Ryan Bort

The Hill Democratic-linked group runs ads in Kansas GOP Senate primary
By Reid Wilson

Reuters U.S. Steps Up Crackdown on MS-13 Gang, to Seek Death Penalty of Accused Leader

Washington Post Trump’s flawed Rose Garden assault on Joe Biden
By Glenn Kessler, Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly

Washington Post (Editorial) It’s hard to say what’s worse about Trump’s wall: The incompetence or the corruption

New York Times (Opinion) Who Can Make Trump Miserable This Fall?
By Gail Collins

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is playing defense — and doing a rotten job of it
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) The nation is in a downward spiral. Worse is still to come.
By George F. Will

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump can’t land a blow on Biden, and it’s driving him crazy
By Max Boot

CNN (Opinion) America's secret weapon against a plummeting world population
By Frida Ghitis

Chicago Tribune (Opinion) Column: Trump’s false optimism won’t stop the pandemic or fix the economy
By Steve Chapman

Washington Post (Op-ed) Protecting the U.S. asylum system means saving lives. Here’s how you can help.
By Joan Hodges-Wu

Washington Post (Op-ed) Ilhan Omar: When I spoke out about systematic oppression, the Republican response was vicious
By Ilhan Omar

The Hill (Op-ed) On DACA, the president cannot be trusted
By Raul Reyes

The Hill (Op-ed) The war on immigration must end
By ERICA NGOENHA

Local

New Jersey Globe Menendez, Booker call for DHS to reinstate DACA protections
By Nikita Biryukov

Newsweek (Mississippi) A Year on from Mississippi Raids, Immigrants Have Gone from 'Illegal' to 'Essential'
By Chantal Da Silva

Cleveland Scene (Ohio) Study Finds "Complete Devastation" in Ohio Communities after 2018 ICE Raids
By Sam Allard

Dallas Observer (Texas) Activists Want Tarrant County to Stop Doing ICE's Work For Them
By Tyler Hicks

Masslive (Massachusetts) Massachusetts bill limiting local police from working with immigration agents advances as end of legislative session nears
By Steph Solis