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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 22, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 22, 2020.

National

Marketplace Radio USCIS budget shortfall could mean a longer wait for immigrants
By Andy Uhler

Law360 Business Sector Joins Fight Against Trump's Work Visa Ban
By Suzanne Monyak

The Hill Top business groups file lawsuit over Trump order limiting work visas
By ALEX GANGITANO

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration, Lawyers for Migrant Children Near Deal on Choice for Jailed Families
By Michelle Hackman and Alicia A. Caldwell

Mother Jones Whistleblowers Say an ICE Detention Center Used Deceptive Tricks to Conceal COVID Outbreak
By Noah Lanard

CNN A judge ordered the US to accept new DACA applications. It's unclear if the Trump administration will
By Catherine E. Shoichet

Politico Trump wants immigration out of the census — and at the center of the election
By Anita Kumar

Associated Press Trump's New Immigration Fight: How to Redraw House Districts

New York Times Trump Seeks to Stop Counting Unauthorized Immigrants in Drawing House Districts
By Katie Rogers and Peter Baker

Washington Post Trump administration seeks to bar undocumented immigrants from a portion of the 2020 Census
By Tara Bahrampour

Wall Street Journal Trump Moves to Exclude Unauthorized Immigrants From Counts for Congressional Seats
By Andrew Restuccia and Paul Overberg

The Hill Newsom rips Trump order targeting undocumented immigrants in census: 'Rooted in racism'
By Justin Wise

Roll Call Trump signs memo to exclude undocumented immigrants from census
By Michael Macagnone

Vox Trump is using the census to undermine immigrants’ political power
By Nicole Narea

Associated Press Trump's Show of Federal Force Sparking Alarm in Cities

Associated Press Heavily Armed US Agents on City Streets: Can Trump Do That?

Reuters Trump's Legal Authority to Deploy Agents to U.S. Cities May Be Limited, Experts Say

Reuters Top U.S. Homeland Security Official Insists Arrests in Portland Are Lawful

Reuters U.S. Homeland Security Confirms Three Units Sent Paramilitary Officers to Portland

New York Times Homeland Security Leaders on Defensive Amid Calls to Withdraw From Portland
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

Wall Street Journal Federal Agents Deploy to Chicago as Big-City Mayors Decry Involvement
By Sadie Gurman and Erin Ailworth

Washington Post Facing unrest on American streets, Trump turns Homeland Security powers inward
By Nick Miroff and Matt Zapotosky

Mother Jones The Border Patrol Is the Last Thing We Need in American Cities Right Now
By Fernanda Echavarri

Associated Press Feds give 65 acres of land for border wall infrastructure
By Astrid Galvan 

Sputnik News Will Trump Find a Way Out After Being Cornered By Supreme & Federal Courts Over DACA?

New York Times As Trump Pushes Into Portland, His Campaign Ads Turn Darker
By Maggie Haberman, Nick Corasaniti and Annie Karni

New York Times Trump Campaign Ads Depict His Own Lawless Dystopia
By Nick Corasaniti

Politico Staring down defeat, Trump attempts a coronavirus reset
By Gabby Orr

Washington Post White House, GOP in disarray over coronavirus spending plan as deadline nears on expiring emergency aid
By Erica Werner, Jeff Stein and Seung Min Kim

CNN Lawmakers perplexed by billions in unspent Covid-19 testing money
By Lauren Fox

Slate This Is Still Happening: Chad Wolf
By JEREMY STAHL

Frontline PBS Covid's Hidden Toll

Forbes (Opinion) H-1B Visa Lawsuit: Trump Takes Sledgehammer To Immigration Law
By Stuart Anderson

Washington Post (Opinion) The new season of Trump’s pandemic reality show is headed for early cancellation
By Dana Milbank

CNN (Opinion) Trump's pandemic pivot is about politics, not policy
By Frida Ghitis

The Hill (Op-ed) A 'law and order' campaign does not meet the moment
By JESSICA TARLOV

The Hill (Op-ed) Federal presence in Portland raises alarm over takeover of states
By MERYL JUSTIN CHERTOFF

Truthout (Op-ed) Looming Immigration Services Shutdown May Fuel Voter Suppression in 2020
By Alexis Goldstein

Local

KQED Thousands in California to Face Delays If Feds Furlough Immigration Workers
By Farida Jhabvala Romero

Commonwealth Magazine International college freshmen may be barred after all
By SARAH BETANCOURT

LA Times (Editorial) Trump is taking another whack at screwing up the census. Is he gaslighting, or just desperate?

Chicago Tribune (Editorial) Trump is desperate for a new ‘wall,’ but he won’t find it in Chicago