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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 17, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 17, 2020

National

Associated Press Judge Delays Deadline to Free Detained Migrant Children

CNN Judge agrees to extend deadline for releasing children from immigration custody
By Priscilla Alvarez and Geneva Sands

Buzzfeed News A Judge Gave ICE More Time To Comply With An Order To Release Immigrant Children
By Adolfo Flores

CBS News Judge postpones deadline for ICE to release minors from family detention facilities
By CAMILO MONTOYA-GALVEZ

Associated Press Asylum Rules Test Trump's Legal Skills to Make New Policy

CBS News U.S. border expulsions of migrant children continue, with few allowed to seek refuge under virus order
By CAMILO MONTOYA-GALVEZ

The American Prospect The Trump Administration Is Defying the Supreme Court on DACA
By Marcia Brown

NBC News Trump should be taking new DACA applications, not just renewals, groups insist
By María Peña

Inside Higher Ed Trump Administration Rejects New DACA Applications
By Elizabeth Redden

Associated Press 3 More States Share License Data for Citizenship Efforts

Washington Post Trump’s efforts to tighten immigration ignore the contributions of foreign-born workers
By Bruce Peabody and Harvey Lodish

Washington Post ‘Respect the people that feed America’: GOP senator slammed for suggesting Hispanics don’t wear masks or social distance
By Allyson Chiu

Time Magazine Coronavirus Created a Backlog of Thousands Waiting for U.S. Citizenship. Will They Get It In Time to Vote?
By LISSANDRA VILLA

LA Times Border agency fires 4 for secret Facebook groups with violent, bigoted posts
By Molly O'Toole

ProPublica Hospitals Are Suddenly Short of Young Doctors — Because of Trump’s Visa Ban
By Dara Lind

Associated Press Analysis: Trump Wants a 2016 Repeat in a Very Different Year

Associated Press After Trump Campaign Swap, Questions — and Kushner — Remain

New York Times As Election Nears, Trump’s White House Grows Bolder in Flouting Ethical Norms
By Michael Crowley

Washington Post The White House’s claims of rampant voter fraud are getting embarrassingly lazy
By Philip Bump

Wall Street Journal Trump Uses Official Events—and the Rose Garden—to Get His Campaign Message Out
By Catherine Lucey

The Hill Goya fury underscores Biden need to attract Latino support
By J. Edward Moreno

CNN America was in need of a rallying cry. Then Trump stepped up to the mic
By Stephen Collinson and

Al Dia Biden’s ‘Latino Roadmap’ to capture the Latinx vote comes from Bernie Sanders
By Ericka Conant

New York Times (Opinion) President Biden’s First Day
By David Brooks

Washington Post (Opinion) Who would kick millions off health insurance in the middle of a pandemic? Yes, Trump.
By Catherine Rampell

Washington Post (Opinion) Here are the reasons Trump is losing so badly
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Op-ed) The beclowning of the executive branch during a pandemic
By Daniel W. Drezner

Local

WFMZ 69 Casey urges ICE to release families together from detention center in Berks
By Julia Rose

NY Daily News Trump poses with Goya products in Oval Office after Ivanka’s black bean photo-op
By DAVE GOLDINER and CHRIS SOMMERFELDT

Maryland Reporter VAN HOLLEN: ENDING TPS WOULD HURT BOTH MARYLAND’S AND THE NATION’S ECONOMY
By Bryan Renbaum

Baltimore Sun Maryland Sen. Van Hollen pushes for federal protection for immigrant workers during coronavirus pandemic
By CHRISTINE CONDON

Fox 40 Judge rules against White House, upholds California’s ban on private detention centers
By Salvador Rivera

ABC 8 News Nearly 90 percent of ICE detainees in Farmville tested positive for COVID-19 after transfers from Florida, Arizona
By Keyris Manzanares

LA Times Despite Supreme Court ruling, Trump administration rejects new DACA applications
By Molly O'Toole

Associated Press (Kansas) Democrat outpaces top of GOP field in Senate race in Kansas
By John Hanna 

Washington Post (Maryland) ‘Brown lives matter’ protest in Frederick triggers counterprotests — and bigotry
By Petula Dvorak

USA Today (Illinois) ICE is offering a citizens academy in Chicago. Mayor, lawmakers say 'vigilantes' aren't welcome
By Grace Hauck

Chicago Sun Times (Illinois) Naturalization backlog could keep many immigrants from voting in November
By Elvia Malagón

Newsweek (Oregon) DHS Chief Looks to 'Restore Order' in Portland Whether Mayor Likes It or Not
By Chantal Da Silva

Salt Lake Tribune (Op-ed) Dreamers could gain certainty in 2021, but only if you vote
By Robert Gehrke