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Daily Immigration News Clips – July 6, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 6, 2020.

National

Law360 Border Search Of Cellphones May Need Justices' Input
By Sarah Martinson

BuzzFeed A Top Immigration Court Official Called For Impartiality In A Memo He Sent As He Resigned
By Hamed Aleaziz

New York Times One Brother Got DACA, One Didn’t. It Made All the Difference.
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times Immigration Officers Face Furloughs as Visa Applications Plunge
By Zolan Kanno-Youngs and Emily Cochrane

Inside Higher Ed What Happens Next for DACA?
By Elizabeth Redden

El Semanario Portrait of a president, autographing a wall
By David Torres

Fronteras Fees Paid By First-Time DACA Applicants Could Help USCIS
By Matthew Casey

Associated Press At Mount Rushmore, Trump digs deeper into nation’s divisions
By Stephen Groves, Darlene Superville and Aamer Madhani 

Associated Press Democrats, Biden Look to Accelerate Southern Political Shift

Reuters Trump Plans New Hampshire Rally as He Works to Re-energize Campaign

New York Times At Mt. Rushmore and the White House, Trump Updates ‘American Carnage’ Message for 2020
By Annie Karni and Maggie Haberman

Washington Post On the country’s birthday, Biden offers hopeful counterpoint to Trump’s message
By Annie Linskey

Washington Post Trump’s push to amplify racism unnerves Republicans who have long enabled him
By Robert Costa and Philip Rucker

New York Times Symone Sanders Bet on Biden, and Herself
By Mark Leibovich

The Hill Trump second-term plans remain a mystery to GOP
By Alexander Bolton

The Hill Poll: Trump's approval on immigration drops 9 points among Republican voters
By Gabriela Schulte

Politico Donald Trump's shrinking electoral map
By GABBY ORR and MARC CAPUTO

LA Times Biden vows to uproot systemic racism in Fourth of July message
By MICHAEL FINNEGAN

Associated Press Virus Fear Prompts Mexican Town to Block Road From US Border

Washington Post Mexican governors want tighter border controls to keep Americans from bringing coronavirus south
By Kevin Sieff

New York Times Protesting U.S. Immigration Policies, Artists Aim for the Sky
By Zachary Smalls

New York Times Black Lives Matter May Be the Largest Movement in U.S. History
By Larry Buchanan, Quoctrung Bui and Jugal K. Patel

New York Times Latinos Back Black Lives Matter Protests. They Want Change for Themselves, Too.
By Jennifer Medina

The Hill Trump administration awards tech start-up contract to build 'virtual' border wall
By Justin Wise

The Hill ACLU calls on Congress to approve COVID-19 testing for immigrants
By Rafael Bernal

Politico 'Complete disaster': Trump's fraught ties with Native Americans on display at Mount Rushmore
By Anita Kumar

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump must comply at once with the order to release all detained migrant children

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump brings Atlantic City-style bankruptcy to America’s immigration agency

LA Times (Editorial) Editorial: With Nov. 3 looming, Trump is more dangerous than ever

Forbes (Opinion) Trump’s Immigration Order Targeted Women And Children
By Stuart Anderson

New York Times (Opinion) Trump’s Re-election Message Is White Grievance
By Michelle Goldberg

New York Times (Opinion) In Trump’s new version of American carnage, the threat isn’t immigrants or foreign nations. It’s other Americans.
By David Nakamura

Washington Post (Opinion) A massive repudiation of Trump’s racist politics is building
By Dana Milbank

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump is running an openly racist campaign
By Max Boot

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s ‘Toe-tally-terry-tism’ speech
By Jennifer Rubin

The Atlantic (Opinion) Trump Is Turning America Into the ‘Shithole Country’ He Fears
By Anne Applebaum

Washington Monthly (Opinion) Why a Movement Like Trumpism Doesn’t Have a Future
By David Atkins

Washington Post (Op-ed) Covid-19 has come to our migrant camp. It makes ending the MPP policy even more urgent.
By Sister Norma Pimentel

Local

Philadelphia Inquirer How Trump’s visa restrictions might hurt Philadelphia’s growing biotech community
By Sophie Burkholder

San Diego Union Tribune What asylum stories teach us about the US response to racial justice protests
By Kate Morrissey

NBC News Palm Springs FURLOUGHS COULD BRING US IMMIGRATION SYSTEM TO A HALT
By Taylor Martinez

LA Times (California) ‘You started the corona!’ As anti-Asian hate incidents explode, climbing past 800, activists push for aid
By ANH DO

San Francisco Public Press (California) S.F. Immigration Lawyers Cut ICE Detention Centers Population By Two-Thirds
By Nuala Bishari

The Seattle Times (Washington) In an ICU at a Yakima hospital, a nurse’s grim final duty with COVID-19 victims
By Hal Bernton

Dallas Morning News (Texas) Dallas-born teen held by Border Patrol, ICE a year ago still fighting to have citizenship recognized
By Obed Manuel

Taunton Daily Gazette (Texas) Trump accelerates border wall construction ahead of election, despite pandemic
By Molly Hennessy-Fiske

Miami Herald (Florida) USCIS has had to slow down during the pandemic. Some immigrants will benefit from this
By DANIEL SHOER ROTH

Naples Daily News (Florida) Safe, for now: DACA recipients face uncertain future in uncertain times
By Andrew Atkins

Detroit Free Press (Michigan) Immigrant workers at Michigan greenhouse: We were cheated, tricked into deportation
By Niraj Warikoo

AZ Central (Arizona) 'We're the laughingstock of the world': Puente holds 4th of July protest in front of Phoenix ICE office
By BrieAnna J. Frank

Click On Detroit (Michigan) Coronavirus pandemic leaves documented immigrants in limbo
By Grant Hermes and Dane Kelly

Chicago Sun Times (Opinion) America’s outdated immigration system won’t let this computer whiz launch a start-up in the U.S.
By Marlen Garcia