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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 23, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 23, 2020.

National

NBC News Trump signs order freezing visas for foreign workers through the end of the year
By Julia Ainsley

Bloomberg Law Trump’s Incoming Work Visa Freeze Will Be Hit With Lawsuits (1)
By Genevieve Douglas

Financial Times Donald Trump and his immigration crackdown
By Demetri Sevastopulo, Aime Williams, and Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson

CNN Trump extends limits on some work visas through 2020
By Priscilla Alvarez

Associated Press Trump Administration Extends Visa Ban to Non-Immigrants

Reuters Factbox: Who Is Affected by Trump's New Rules on Work Visas?

New York Times Trump Suspends Visas Allowing Hundreds of Thousands of Foreigners to Work in the U.S.
By Michael D. Shear and Miriam Jordan

Washington Post Trump, citing pandemic, orders limits on foreign workers, extends immigration restrictions through December
By Nick Miroff and Tony Romm

Wall Street Journal Trump Moves to Temporarily Suspend New H-1B, Other Visas Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
By Michelle Hackman

The Hill Trump signs executive order suspending certain work visas through 2020
By Brett Samuels

The Hill Graham: Trump visa order will have a 'chilling effect on our economic recovery'
By Rebecca Klar

CNN Tech companies slam Trump's executive order restricting work visas
By Rishi Iyengar and Brian Fung

Politico Trump to impose foreign worker restrictions through end of year
By NOLAN D. MCCASKILL

Associated Press Once Reluctant, GOP's Only Black Senator Now Leads on Race

New York Times In a G.O.P. Stronghold, a Vacant House Seat Gives Democrats Hope
By Jesse McKinley

New York Times There’s a Reason Trump Is Fighting Hard for Arizona
By Jennifer Medina

Politico Trump’s ‘trench warfare’ reelection campaign begins
By DAVID SIDERS

Politico Race to face McConnell hurtles toward unpredictable finish
By James Arkin

CNN Trump's pandemic failing is now directly impacting his campaign
By Stephen Collinson

The Hill Trump seeks to rally base with immigration full-court press
By Brett Samuels

Roll Call 6 things to watch in Tuesday’s primaries
By Bridget Bowman, Niels Lesniewski, Stephanie Akin, and Chris Cioffi

Al Dia The power of the Latina vote in the 2020 election
By Ericka Conant

Washington Post (Editorial) Trump faced a moment of truth in Tulsa. He chose the low road.

Forbes (Opinion) New Trump H-1B Visa Restrictions Will Harm Companies
By Stuart Anderson

The Hill (Opinion) Proposed changes to asylum regs could address biggest immigration problem: the court backlog
By Nolan Rappaport

New York Times (Opinion) A Plague of Willful Ignorance
By Paul Krugman

New York Times (Opinion) America Is Too Broken to Fight the Coronavirus
By Michelle Goldberg

Washington Post (Opinion) The most important thing we learned in Tulsa
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) The unraveling of the rule of law under Trump is picking up speed
By Max Boot

Washington Post (Opinion) What Democrats get wrong about the 2016 election
By Matt Bai

LA Times (Opinion) Opinion: The link between anti-Black racism and Trump’s ‘kung flu’ comment
By Sewell Chan

LA Times (Opinion) Trump says his visa crackdown will help put Americans back to work. It won’t
By Jon Healey

Univision (Opinion) Dreamers, or a lesson in how to lose fear
By Jorge Ramos

New York Times (Op-ed) The White House Is Quietly Deporting Children
By Maria Woltjen

The Hill (Op-ed) In DACA ruling, Supreme Court ignores Trump's racial bias
By Raul Reyes

The Hill (Op-ed) Biden still has a Hispanic voter problem, but does it matter?
By Jessica Tarlov

Local

Associated Press (Arizona) After Tulsa, Trump Heads to Virus Hotspot Arizona and Border

AZ Central (Arizona) Trump to visit Yuma on Tuesday to mark completion of 200 miles of new border wall
By Rafael Carranza

AL.com
(Alabama)
Sessions blasts Tuberville for ‘being wrong on immigration’; calls it a top issue
By John Sharp

Yakima Herald (Washington) Latino agricultural workforce a focus of county officials’ campaign to slow virus spread
By Hal Bernton