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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 15, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 15, 2020.

National

Law360 Planned Asylum Overhaul Threatens Migrants' Due Process
By Suzanne Monyak

Vox Trump is quietly gutting the asylum system amid the pandemic
By Nicole Narea

Associated Press Trump admin looking to link US spike in coronavirus cases to Mexico
By Brooke Seipel

Washington Post Border arrests jumped 36 percent in May despite Trump emergency crackdown
By Nick Miroff

The Hill Koch groups ask White House to spare work visas
By Rafael Bernal

CNN Trump administration continues to expel most migrants at southern border, May data shows
By Geneva Sands

Roll Call Administration puts ‘hold’ on green card requests from US
By Tanvi Misra

Politico Supreme Court could force Congress into battle over Dreamers
By MARIANNE LEVINE and SARAH FERRIS

WAMU Supreme Court To Deliver DACA Ruling Amid Protests, Pandemic

RawStory DACA recipients on the coronavirus front line await Supreme Court ruling

New York Times Risking Their Lives in Canada’s Pandemic and Hoping That’s Enough to Stay
By Dan Bilefsky

Washington Post Asylum seekers risk their lives to help Canada fight covid-19. Trudeau could upgrade their status.
By Amanda Coletta

Associated Press For Immigrants, Marching With Black Lives Matter Has Risks

Associated Press Tenants behind on rent in pandemic face harassment, eviction
By Regina Garcia Cano and Michael Casey 

New York Times The Surprising Origin of Our Modern Nation of Immigrants
By Jia Lynn Yang

CNN In the Black Lives Matter movement, immigrants find themselves in a tough position
By Aditi Sengal

Roll Call Immigrants sue government over delayed citizenship ceremonies
By Camila DeChalus

Associated Press Biden's VP List Narrows: Warren, Harris, Susan Rice, Others

New York Times In a Bitter Kentucky G.O.P. Primary, Candidates Trade Charges of Racism
By Catie Edmondson

Washington Post Rep. Riggleman ousted in Virginia GOP convention after presiding over same-sex marriage
By Jenna Portnoy

The Hill GOP struggles to confront racial issues
By Scott Wong

CNN Trump looks out of touch now, but it's too early to say he's doomed in November
By Maeve Reston

Washington Examiner Michelle Lujan Grisham as veep pick unlikely to buoy Biden with Latino Democrats
By Naomi Lim

Law360 (Opinion) Visa Suspension Is Not The Answer To US Unemployment
By Dominique Pando Bucci

Washington Post (Opinion) The Trump administration has all but given up fighting the pandemic
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion) Joe Biden needs a China narrative that refutes today’s political angst
By George F. Will

Politico (Opinion) Trump’s Baggage on Race Will Follow Him to Tulsa
By JACK SHAFER

New York Times (Op-ed) What You Can Learn From a Dreamer in Arizona
By Fernanda Santos

Local

The Hill (Texas) Tight polls put GOP on edge in Texas
By Johnathan Easley

Houston Chronicle (Texas) ‘He knows he has to do more.’ Skeptical Latino voters key to Biden’s campaign in Texas
By Jeremy Wallace

Forbes (Washington) Federal Judge Blocks DeVos Rule In Washington State
By Wesley Whistle

LA Times (California) Vernon has about as many coronavirus cases as residents. That worries its neighbors
By ALEJANDRA REYES-VELARDE, KEVIN RECTOR

LA Times (Opinion) Column: Trump is stuck in a time warp on race
By DOYLE MCMANUS

Daily Utah Chronicle (Opinion) Poma: Trump’s COVID-19 Immigration Policies Are Self-Serving at Best
By Sasha Poma

New York Daily News (Op-ed) An attack on DACA is an attack on CUNY
By FÉLIX V. MATOS RODRÍGUEZ