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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 10, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 10, 2020.

National

Roll Call DOJ ‘reassigned’ career members of Board of Immigration Appeals
By Tanvi Misra

CNN White House prepares new immigration limits, using coronavirus as cover
By Priscilla Alvarez

CBS News U.S. policy of expelling migrant children during pandemic faces first court challenge
By CAMILO MONTOYA-GALVEZ

USA Today Coronavirus, unemployment, DACA: A 'Dreamer' graduates into an especially uncertain world
By Christine Stephenson

Salon DeVos changes her position on allowing undocumented students to access relief funds twice in one day
By ROGER SOLLENBERGER

Rewire.News While You Protest, the Supreme Court Is Poised to Pummel Your Rights
By Jessica Mason Pieklo

WorkPermit.com DACA immigrants risk US visa status amid George Floyd protests
By Daniel Waldron and Sanwar Ali

Associated Press Trump eyes racial equality debate through economic lens
By Darlene Superville, Aamer Madhani and Jonathan Lemire 

Washington Post Democrats grow bullish on Senate prospects as Georgia voters cast ballots
By Mike DeBonis

Washington Post What’s keeping Senate Republicans from ditching Trump?
By Amber Phillips

Washington Post The partisan divide that threatens progress on racial justice
By Amber Phillips

Wall Street Journal Trump, GOP Seek to Use Police Defunding Issue Against Democrats
By Catherine Lucey and Natalie Andrews

Associated Press US deportation flights to Guatemala resume

The Hill A day in the life of America's contact tracing army
By Reid Wilson

CNN White House is considering a Trump speech to the nation on race and unity
By Kristen Holmes and Sarah Westwood

Roll Call Democrats seek answers on high-tech surveillance of protesters by U.S. agencies
By Dean DeChiaro

Washington Post (Opinion) White voters are turning on Trump, new data shows. Why now?
By Greg Sargent

The Hill (Op-ed) Is the Executive Office for Immigration Review incompetent — or is Trump hiding something?
By NOLAN RAPPAPORT

Forbes (Op-Ed) Trump Jobs Boast Undercuts New High-Skill Immigration Restrictions
By Stuart Anderson

Local

Washington Post (Georgia) Heat, rain, long lines: Georgia election plagued by problems
By Steve Peoples, Ben Nadler and Sudhin Thanawala

WSAV (Georgia) Voters describe Georgia Primary as “a disappointment”
By Kelly Antonacci, Lauren Wolverton, Jessica Coombs

MEAWW (Georgia) Georgia Primary: Voting delays, long lines spark 'voter suppression' accusations by Democrats; probe launched
By Shubham Ghosh

SF Chronicle (California) Trump officials cut immigration court interpreters after misstating costs, report finds
By Tal Kopan

Miami Herald (Op-ed) ‘Latinos must acknowledge our own racism, then we must pledge to fight it’
By STEPHANIE VALENCIA AND DENISE COLLAZO