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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 24, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 24, 2020.

National

Politico He thought he had asylum. Now, he could face a death sentence.
By Betsy Woodruff Swan

McClatchy Military personnel getting U.S. citizenship on the rise for first time in years
BY TARA COPP

Newsy Thousands Of Green Card Lottery Winners Out Of Luck Due To Trump's Ban
By Ben Schamisso

Politico ‘Whiplash’: Trump and his team face an internal struggle over Dreamers
By Anita Kumar

The Hill Poll: Hard-line immigration positions dragging down Trump numbers
By RAFAEL BERNAL

Associated Press Monitor Calls on US to Stop Detaining Migrant Kids in Hotels

The Hill ICE detainees remain in facility during coronavirus outbreak despite judge's order mandating their release
By ZACK BUDRYK

The Hill Watchdog suing ICE, DHS, CBP to release records of deaths in custody
By Rebecca Klar

CNN Nearly 75% of detainees at US immigration facility in Virginia have coronavirus
By Priscilla Alvarez

Politico House Democrats blast DHS request to redirect millions to southern border surge
By CAITLIN EMMA

CBS News Migrant mom faces impossible choice: let her son be released without her or stay in ICE detention together
By CAMILO MONTOYA-GALVEZ

The Intercept IMMIGRANTS AT PRIVATELY RUN ICE DETENTION CENTER WERE THROWN OUT OF WHEELCHAIRS WHEN THEY ASKED FOR MEDICAL HELP
By Gaby Del Valle, José Olivares

Associated Press Surge of Federal Agents Leaves Many Questions Unanswered

New York Times Feds Sending Tactical Team to Seattle, Expanding Presence Beyond Portland
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs, Adam Goldman and Mike Baker

New York Times How Trump’s Use of Federal Forces in Cities Differs From Past Presidents
By Emily Badger

Washington Post Trump’s ‘Operation Legend’ was supposed to combat crime. It’s produced one arrest, and some see a political stunt.
By Matt Zapotosky and Annie Gowen

NPR Border Patrol Response To Portland Unrest: Straying From Mission Or Continuing One?
By John Burnett

Washington Post The twists and turns in Trump’s executive order on immigrants and the census
By Salvador Rizzo

The Hill Trump census order faces logistical challenge
By Reid Wilson

CNN Trump's briefings were meant to show him in charge -- now they are becoming absurd
By Stephen Collinson

CBS Trump says coronavirus response is "working out"
By GRACE SEGERS

Mother Jones Stephen Miller’s Grandmother Died of COVID-19. Her Son Blames the Trump Administration
By David Corn

The Hill Sinking Trump seeks to squash GOP dissent
By JONATHAN EASLEY AND BRETT SAMUELS

The Hill Biden holds 13-point lead over Trump in Florida: poll
By Marty Johnson

Politico Biden beefs up Hill outreach as campaign rides high in final months
By HEATHER CAYGLE, SARAH FERRIS and MARIANNE LEVINE

Politico Magazine 8 Big Reasons Election Day 2020 Could Be a Disaster
By GARRETT M. GRAFF

OZY CAN BIDEN WIN WHILE LEAKING LATINOS?
By Nick Fouriezos

Associated Press Virus Means Mexican Emigrants Send Fewer Dollars to Hometown

New York Times A Rare Look Inside Trump’s Immigration Crackdown Draws Legal Threats
By Caitlin Dickerson

LA Times How Trump’s coronavirus immigration orders affect visas and green cards
By Lila Seidman

Forbes (Opinion) U.S. Immigration Shutdown Looms As Congress Ponders What’s Next
By Andy J. Semotiuk

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s frantic new effort to win back seniors is already failing
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) The House votes to remove the ‘moral stain’ of Trump’s immigration policies
By Jason Rezaian

New York Times (Op-ed) Why the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Is Suing the Trump Administration
By Thomas J. Donahue

Washington Post (Op-ed) Trump’s push to skew the census builds on a long history of politicizing the count
By Paul Schor

Local

New York Times (Texas) Red vs. Red in Texas, With Republicans Battling One Another After Mask Order
By Manny Fernandez and J. David Goodman

WBUR (Massachusetts) After Increasing Its Caseload, Attorneys Say Boston's Immigration Court Is In 'Disarray'
By Shannon Dooling

News12 (Connecticut) Connecticut stands to lose $315 million if DACA is dismantled

Seattle Times (Opinion) Border Patrol has no business in Portland
By Nate Bruggeman

LA Times (Opinion) Trump’s malicious, lawless census change may be just the beginning of new outrages
By Harry Litman