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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 30, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 30, 2020.


Government Executive USCIS Pleads for Money to Avoid Furloughs, Democrats Float Making the Funds Contingent on Policy Changes

Marketwatch Republicans and Democrats both want another round of stimulus checks — but here’s where they disagree
By Andrew Keshner

New York Times Judge Halts Trump’s Wealth Test for Green Cards Over Coronavirus Pandemic
By Neil Vigdor

CNN Judge blocks administration from implementing 'public charge' rule for immigrants during pandemic
By Priscilla Alvarez

BuzzFeed A Judge Blocked Trump's "Public Charge" Policy On Immigrants During The Pandemic
By Hamed Aleaziz

CNN Judge orders DHS to collect all 'inaccurate' or 'misleading' statements it made in Global Entry lawsuit
By Geneva Sands

Inside Higher Ed Judge Rejects Citizenship Restriction on CARES Funding
By Elizabeth Redden

Associated Press ICE-chartered flights carrying less people during pandemic

Wall Street Journal Covid-19 Prompted Purdue University to Shut Its M.B.A. Program. More Closures Are Expected.
By Patrick Thomas

CNN 'Immigration Nation' offers a searing portrait of ICE policy, from inside and out
By Brian Lowry

Newsweek ICE Agents Complain About Nazi Comparisons, Say They're Only Enforcing the Laws

Associated Press US Agents to Pull Back in Portland but Will Stay on Standby

Wall Street Journal Trump Administration, Oregon Agree to Reduce Federal Agents in Portland
By Rachael Levy and Sadie Gurman

Washington Post Oregon governor says federal officers to withdraw from Portland. DHS says not yet.
By Mark Berman and Nick Miroff

CNN Justice Department to send additional federal agents to Cleveland, Detroit and Milwaukee
By Evan Perez

The Hill Democratic mayors raise alarm over deployment of federal officers: 'Really dangerous for America'

Bloomberg Trump’s Power and Limits in Policing U.S. Cities
By Malathi Nayak

CNN DACA changes are temporary, Trump administration officials say
By Priscilla Alvarez

Mother Jones 355 Days After He Was Detained, and Weeks After Recovering From COVID-19, a DACA Poster Child Is Released
By Fernanda Echavarri

Noticias Telemundo 'Very alarmed': Dreamers slam Trump's new limits on DACA program
By Francesco Rodella and María Peña

Washington Post House Democrats grill Census director on Trump order to exclude undocumented immigrants from apportionment
By Tara Bahrampour

CNN Census director says he wasn't involved in Trump citizenship order
By Gregory Wallace

Associated Press Storm Causes Erosion at Trump Backers' Private Border Wall

Vox The Trump administration’s choice for immigrant families in detention: Separate or risk Covid-19
By Nicole Narea

Texas Public Radio Baby Born In U.S. Expelled To Mexico As Government Cites COVID-19 Concerns

KERA In The Middle Of A Pandemic, Asylum Seekers Expelled and 'Left To Their Own Devices'

New York Times A Half-Century After Wallace, Trump Echoes the Politics of Division
By Peter Baker

NBC Lured to America — then trapped
By Suzy Khimm and Daniella Silva

Forbes Trump And Congress Overlook Job-Creating Immigrant Startup Visas
By Stuart Anderson

Associated Press Lujan Grisham builds profile as Biden looks to make VP pick
By Morgan Lee

Washington Post If he gets a presidential Day 1, Joe Biden has a nearly endless list of ways to spend it
By Matt Viser

Washington Post Latinos transformed Arizona. Do campaigns see them?
By Jose A. Del Real

U.S. News & World Report Joe Biden Slams Trump Over Treatment of Latino Workers
By Susan Milligan

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s crackdown sputters as ‘phased withdrawal’ from Portland begins
By Greg Sargent

Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans’ political games are a bust
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) This Republican implosion has been a long time coming
By E.J. Dionne Jr.

Newsweek (Op-ed) Executive Non-Enforcement in the Era of the Trump Presidency | Opinion

By Dr. Heather Ashby


Philadelphia Inquirer After lawsuit and quick naturalizations, 2,200 Philly-area immigrants can vote in November
By Jeff Gammage

Wall Street Journal (New Jersey) New Jersey Coronavirus Relief Program to Help Illegal Immigrants
By Joseph De Avila (New Jersey) N.J. can restrict what information police share with immigration officials, judge rules
By Blake Nelson

Washington Post (Virginia) Northam, U.S. senators ask for CDC’s help with covid-19 outbreak at immigrant detention center
By Antonio Olivo and Gregory S. Schneider

The Hill (Texas) Texas border town to paint 'defund the wall' on street in front of federal courthouse

Chicago Sun Times (Illinois) Chicago man challenges deportation, saying it was ‘retaliation’ for speaking out against conditions in immigration detention
By Elvia Malagón

KTAR (Arizona) Phoenix hotel to stop work with ICE contractor housing detained migrants
By Danny Shapiro