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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 26, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 26, 2020.


CNN Trump administration's swipe at legal immigration puts thousands of lives in limbo
By Priscilla Alvarez

Daily Beast Lawyers Petition to Spring Asylum Seekers From Detention Amid Houston COVID Surge
By Scott Bixby

CGTN America Neena Dutta discusses new U.S. visa restrictions on foreign workers

Reuters U.S. Supreme Court Bolsters Trump's Power Over Rapid Deportation

New York Times Supreme Court Says Rejected Asylum Seekers Have No Right to Object in Court
By Adam Liptak

Washington Post Supreme Court agrees with Trump administration on limits for asylum seekers
By Robert Barnes and Nick Miroff

Wall Street Journal Supreme Court Eases Path to Deport Asylum Seekers
By Jess Bravin

The Hill Supreme Court permits fast-track removal of asylum-seekers
By John Kruzel

The Hill Trump administration to extend troops at the border through 2021

Politico Supreme Court OKs fast-track deportations
By Josh Gerstein

Roll Call Screening of unaccompanied minors amid pandemic questioned
By Camila DeChalus

LA Times Supreme Court OKs government’s quick removal of immigrants who cross border illegally
By David G. Savage

Voice of America Pentagon Will Deploy 4,000 Troops to Southern Border, Starting in October
By Carla Babb

Politico Canadian tech world eyes foreign workers as Trump limits visas
By Lauren Gardner

Associated Press Census shows white decline, nonwhite majority among youngest
By Mike Schneider

New York Times Many Latinos Couldn’t Stay Home. Now Virus Cases Are Soaring.
By Shawn Hubler, Thomas Fuller, Anjali Singhvi and Juliette Love

Washington Post Why are H-1B visas so controversial?

CNN Fact check: Breaking down Trump's false claims about DACA and the Supreme Court's ruling
By Daniel Dale

Politico Business groups fear Trump's extended curb on foreign workers will backfire
By Rebecca Rainey

USA Today Fact check: Supreme Court decision doesn’t give DACA recipients jobs over U.S. citizens
By Matthew Brown

Newsweek Exclusive: Marco Rubio Introduces Bill to Give Citizens in Mixed-Status Families Stimulus Checks

Politifact Republicans and Democrats claim to support Dreamers. So why can’t they pass a law?
By Miriam Valverde and Amy Sherman

PRRI Generation Z, Immigration, and the Fall Election
By Melissa Deckman, Stella M. Rouse

Associated Press Trump Zeroes In on Base to Overcome Reelection Obstacles

New York Times Madison Cawthorn Wants to Defuse the G.O.P.’s ‘Generational Time Bomb’
By Maggie Astor

Washington Post A massive shift away from Trump in six key states indicates serious trouble for his reelection bid
By Philip Bump

CNN Trump's post-Covid bubble is popping
By Stephen Collinson

Politico Trump undercuts his own campaign’s minority outreach
By Anita Kumar

The Atlantic The Sun Belt Spikes Could Be a Disaster for Trump
By Ronald Brownstein

Reuters Mexican President Makes Economic Case for Risky Trump Visit

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) The Trump Referendum

Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Court Closes Asylum Loophole

Washington Post (Opinion) It’s almost as if Trump is determined to destroy the Republican Party
By Eugene Robinson

New York Times (Op-ed) Free Produce, With a Side of Shaming
By Andrew Coe

New York Times (Op-ed) Who Are the Key Voters Turning Against Trump?
By Ruy Teixeira

Washington Post (Op-ed) Science is better when we open our doors to immigrants
By Ubadah Sabbagh

CNN (Op-ed) Trump is desperate -- and dangerous
By Michael D'Antonio

The Atlantic (Op-ed) Trump Turns the U.S. Into a Pariah
By Juliette Kayyem

Above The Law (Op-ed) The Trump Administration Is Trying To Cancel Asylum. Yes, All Of It.


Associated Press (Texas) 7 People Die in Car Crash During Texas Border Patrol Chase

New York Times (North Carolina) Three N.C. Officers Fired After Police Find Racist Comments on Video
By Christine Hauser

New York Times (Arizona) Another Nightmare Video and the Police on the Defensive in Tucson
By Simon Romero, Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio and Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs

New York Times (Florida) Florida Smirked at New York’s Virus Crisis. Now It Has Its Own.
By J. David Goodman and Patricia Mazzei

Washington Post (Maryland) Montgomery County can keep giving emergency funding to undocumented residents, judge rules
By Rebecca Tan