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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 25, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 25, 2020.


Roll Call USCIS informs 13,000 federal employees of potential furloughs without emergency funding
By Camila DeChalus

The Hill Immigration agency to furlough nearly 70 percent of its workforce
By Rebecca Klar

Law360 US Immigration Agency Risks Furloughs Amid Financial Woes
By Suzanne Monyak

Law 360 Not So Fast: Dems Ask EOIR To Prove It's Ready For Hearings
By Jennifer Doherty

Law360 Immigration Court Fee Hikes Sent To White House For Review
By Suzanne Monyak

Law360 Trump's Judicial Picks To Sway Immigration Law For Years
By Suzanne Monyak

CBS News Federal judge skeptical of Trump order used to expel migrants at border

ABC As Trump visits wall, fears at the border with uptick in coronavirus cases
By Soo Rin Kim

Time As His Poll Numbers Slump, President Trump Returns to Arizona and the Border Wall
By Brian Bennett

Associated Press Q&A: Harris Says Democrats Need to Listen to Young Voters

New York Times Trump, Out of Step
By Lisa Lerer

New York Times Trump’s False Attacks on Voting by Mail Stir Broad Concern
By Maggie Haberman, Nick Corasaniti and Linda Qiu

Washington Post With ‘kung flu,’ Trump sparks backlash over racist language — and a rallying cry for supporters
By David Nakamura

The Hill GOP: Trump needs a new plan
By Alexander Bolton

Politico Progressives snatch much-needed wins in primary gauntlet

Politico Dems warm to Biden’s bunker strategy

The Atlantic Trump Is Struggling to Run Against a White Guy
By Adam Serwer

Bloomberg Biden now leads in 6 states key to Trump’s 2016 victory

Associated Press Mexican President's Plan to Meet With Trump Draws Criticism

Wall Street Journal U.S. Fails to Prevent Deportation of Migrants Infected With Covid-19, Guatemalan Officials Say
By Juan Montes

Reuters Triple Threat for Refugees: Conflict, COVID-19 and Cash, Says IRC's Miliband

Washington Post Groups break with José Andrés’s humanitarian group over alleged ties to police and ICE
By Tim Carman

Politico How police reform collapsed in the Senate

Bloomberg Trump Says DACA Deal Will Get Done While Visiting Border Wall

LA Times In the COVID-19 era, they become U.S. citizens in a drive-through

Al Jazeera US immigration agency proposes job cuts that could halt system

Forbes (Opinion) Trump May Attempt To Force Long-Time H-1B Visa Holders Out Of U.S.
By Stuart Anderson

New York Times (Opinion) Can We Call Trump a Killer?
By Charles M. Blow

Washington Post (Opinion) Progressive candidates of color are leading the Democratic Party
By Henry Olsen

The Hill (Op-ed) Don't cut H-1B visas, increase them
By Jerry Harr

The Hill (Op-ed) We can't let Georgia's election disaster happen again

The Hill (Op-ed) A new age of lies?
By Albert Hunt


Tucson Local Media Trump tours, touts border wall; critics blast his ‘little pep rally’ in midst of pandemic
By Farah Eltohamy

LA Times Trump campaigns on border wall progress. There’s not much of it
By Eli Stokols

Latin Times Trump Claims His Mexico Border Wall ‘Stopped’ Coronavirus
By Guneet Bhatia

ABC 15 Arizona's governor makes time for politics, not questions on COVID-19
By Nicole Grigg

KGET Trump’s Arizona visit ‘adds insult to injury,’ longtime border wall opponent says
By Salvador Rivera

Associated Press (California) California Voters to Decide Fate of Affirmative Action Ban

Associated Press (Kentucky) Kentucky Democrats Begin Wait for Senate Election Results

Washington Post (Virginia) Virginia poised to create first pandemic workplace safety mandates in nation, as Trump labor agency sits on sidelines
By Eli Rosenberg

RA News (Texas) How Likely is it Texas Attorney General Paxton Can Kill DACA?
By Jef Rouner

Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania) Immigration advocates gather to stop Philly hospital from shipping undocumented man with severe brain injury back to Guatemala
By Jeff Gammage

Sonoma Index-Tribune (California) DACA recipients in Sonoma County happy after Supreme Court ruling but say there’s more work to be done

LA Times (Opinion) Trump isn’t selling anything but noise and resentment
By Doyle McManus

Miami Herald (Op-ed) Supreme Court gave DREAMers a fragile victory — and Trump a way to crush it | Opinion
By Charlton Copeland