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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 18, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 18, 2020.


Roll Call Immigration attorneys face courtroom challenges amid pandemic
By Camila DeChalus

Roll Call Immigration agency resumes processing U.S.-based green cards
By Tanvi Misra

New York Times Trump Administration Faces Bipartisan Calls to End Citizenship Delays
By Miriam Jordan

New York Times So You Want to Learn About Juneteenth?
By Derrick Bryson Taylor

The Hill Pew: Three-quarters of Americans support permanent status for 'Dreamers'
By Rafael Bernal

NPR Health Care Workers Await Supreme Court DACA Decision
By David Greene and Danny Hajek

Vox LGBTQ immigrants are waiting on another possibly life-changing decision from the Supreme Court
By Nicole Narea

CBS Morning News DACA recipients assist in COVID-19 fight
By Jan Crawford

Chamber Business News Supreme Court set to rule on DACA fate
By Joe Pitts

New York Times On L.G.B.T.Q. Rights, a Gulf Between Trump and Many Republican Voters
By Lisa Lerer, Giovanni Russonello and Isabella Grullón Paz

New York Times Top Democrats Are Trying to Stop This Man From Becoming the Next A.O.C.
By Jesse McKinley

Politico Senate Democrats weigh shutting down GOP police reform plan
By Burgess Everrett

Politico House Republican leaders condemn GOP candidate who made racist videos

CNN Jamaal Bowman leads progressive charge to oust incumbent Eliot Engel
By Gregory Kreig

LA Times Gorsuch’s Supreme Court opinion for LGBTQ rights sends a shudder through conservative ranks
By David G. Savage

Associated Press Watchdogs Warn of Strain on Agencies From Pandemic Response

Reuters Trump Says U.S. Will Not Lock Down Again Amid Rising Coronavirus Cases

New York Times With the Federal Health Megaphone Silent, States Struggle With a Shifting Pandemic
By Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Noah Weiland, Sarah Mervosh and David E. Sanger

USA Today From California to New York, Latinos are responding to 2020 Census at a slower rate than US average, data shows
By Jessica Flores

Buzzfeed News The Trump Administration Will Soon Deny Work Permits For Asylum-Seekers Who Enter The US Without Authorization
By Hamed Aleaziz

Bloomberg Law Laid-Off H1-B Visa Holders Have Only Bad Options
By Olivia Carville

New York Times (Opinion) Biden and Trump Are Fighting Each Other in a Changed World
By Thomas B. Edsall

New York Times (Opinion) When Antifa Hysteria Sweeps America
By Nicholas Kristof

LA Times (Opinion) Opinion: Aunt Jemima and Uncle Ben aren’t just racist symbols, they flatten culture for white consumption
By Katherine Hu

Washington Post (Op-ed) Social conservatives lost. Trump’s nominee voted the same way Merrick Garland would’ve.
By Michael Wear

New York Times (Op-ed) How the Supreme Court is Quietly Enabling Trump
By Stephen I. Vladeck

CNN (Op-ed) Trump's cold-blooded move to shut out desperate refugees
By Claire McMullen, Yael Schacher, and Ariana Sawyer


Houston Chronicle Cornyn says Congress ‘preparing’ to act on DACA as Supreme Court ruling looms
By Benjamin Wermund

Chicago Tribune Chicago-area immigrants fear Supreme Court decision on child arrivals program, but ready to persevere on immigration law changes

Spectrum News NY DACA Re¬cip¬ients Await Supreme Court Ruling
By Nick Reisman

Washington Post (Virginia) Prince William County ends controversial immigration enforcement agreement
By Antonio Olivo

By Felipe de la Hoz

Miami Herald (Florida) ‘Either he’s dead or he’s been kidnapped’: ICE detainees go ‘missing’ amid coronavirus
By Monique O. Madan

Bay Area News 9 (Florida) Tampa's Immigration Office Holds Delayed Naturalization Ceremonies
By Jason Lanning

Dallas Morning News (Texas) Controversial program allowing transfers of undocumented immigrants to ICE extended in Tarrant County
By Mary Grace Granados