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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 30, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 30, 2020.


Law360 Visa Seekers Rip Trump's Bid To Duck Insurance Rule Row
By Mike LaSusa

NPR 1A What Trump’s Restrictions On Work Visas Could Mean For The Future Of Work

BuzzFeed An Immigrant Detained By ICE Fears She Will Catch COVID-19 Before She’s Reunited With Her Daughter
By Adolfo Flores

By Russell Brandom

Federal News Network Furlough notices arrive for some 13,400 USCIS employees
By Nicole Ogrysko
Long-term H1B visa holders may be forced out of US by Trump
By Daniel Waldron and Sanwar Ali

Associated Press Roberts a Pivotal Vote in the Supreme Court's Big Opinions

Reuters U.S. Supreme Court Spurns Environmental Challenge to Trump's Border Wall

Reuters 'The Roberts Court': U.S. Chief Justice Cements Pivotal Role

Washington Post With abortion ruling, Roberts reasserts his role and Supreme Court’s independence
By Robert Barnes

The Hill Supreme Court won't hear border wall challenge

Associated Press Distancing From Trump? Some Republicans Step Up Critiques

New York Times Trump’s Self-Inflicted Wound: Losing Swing Voters As He Plays to His Base
By Adam Nagourney

New York Times ‘It’s More Than a Seat at the Table’
By Jennifer Medina

New York Times Trump Is Running on the Courts Again. Should Biden Do the Same?
By Matt Flegenheimer

Roll Call What full Democratic control of Washington could mean in 2021
By Peter Cohn

The Nation A Driving Force
By Ed Morales

Slate How Biden Plans to Undo Trump’s Nativist Agenda

Wall Street Journal China Strikes Back at U.S. Move to Restrict Visas for Party Officials Over Hong Kong
By Chao Deng

The Hill Mexican president: Trump 'has been more respectful' toward Mexico
By Rafael Bernal

Associated Press GOP Lawmakers Urge Action After Russia-Afghanistan Briefing

Washington Post Trump ‘white power’ tweet set off a scramble inside the White House — but no clear condemnation
By Ashley Parker and Toluse Olorunnipa

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s visa suspensions may permanently damage America’s reputation
By Catherine Rampell

Washington Post (Opinion) Once again, John Roberts tries to save the Republican Party from itself
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion) Why Trump can’t convince voters that Biden is a ‘puppet of the radical left’
By Paul Waldman

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s diminished moral capacity is on full display
By Michael Gerson

Washington Post (Op-ed) Trump wants to limit immigration to protect jobs. Will that work?
By Margaret Peters

The Hill (Op-ed) DACA remains in place, but Dreamers still in limbo

CNN (Op-ed) A Dreamer hero whose life story tells us a lot
By Dick Durbin

The Hill (Op-ed) Trump demonstrates compassion for immigrant children
By Nolan Rappaport


VT Digger (Vermont) Vermont immigration agency workers facing furlough notices
By Sawyer Loftus

Lakeshore Public Radio What The DACA Victory Means For Immigration Advocates

WPTA21 (Indiana) Fort Wayne man facing deportation after Black Lives Matter protest arrest
By Corinne Rose

Waxahachie Daily Light Fact-check: How high is public support for ‘Dreamers’?
By Miriam Valverde

Salt Lake Tribune (Op-ed) Commentary: An easy-to-fix immigration reform
By Sharlee Mullins Glenn, Marti L. Jones, James Winings and Jennifer Fuentes Langi