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Daily Immigration News Clips – June 5, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on June 5, 2020.

National

Law360 Postgrad Visa Restrictions Likely To Curb Economic Growth
By Suzanne Monyak

The New York Times Why Most Americans Support the Protests
By Giovanni Russonello

NBC 'We are tired of it': Latinos denounce police violence as they protest George Floyd death
By Suzanne Gamboa

HuffPost Curfews Make Life Even Harder For Essential Workers
By Jeffrey Young

PopSugar Should You Join the Black Lives Matter Protests If You're Undocumented?
By MARIA G. VALDEZ

Arizona Republic For immigrants who want to show solidarity, is it safe to go out and protest?
By Javier Arce

Associated Press Immigrants Anxious as They Await Supreme Court DACA Decision

San Antonio Express-News Rep. Joaquin Castro, House Democrats call on Senate to pass DACA bill
By Benjamin Wermund

Colorado Public Radio The Question Of Whether DACA Students Can Get Coronavirus Aid Is At The Center Of Congressional Debates
By Caitlyn Kim

Associated Press Citizenship Concerns Remain as Immigration Agency Reopens

The New York Times Trump Administration Sets Demographic Requirements for Coronavirus Reports
By Noah Weiland and Apoorva Mandavilli

The Washington Post People are sawing through and climbing over Trump’s border wall. Now contractors are being asked for ideas to make it less vulnerable.
By Nick Miroff

The Washington Post GOP criticism of Trump grows, suggesting opposition has grown beyond his usual adversaries
By David A. Fahrenthold, Paul Kane and Josh Dawsey

BuzzFeed The Trump Administration Said It Didn’t Change Policy To Deny Housing Loans To DACA Recipients. Emails Show Otherwise.
By Nidhi Prakash and Hamed Aleaziz

Business Insider Report finds ICE detention centre is using a disinfectant over 50 times a day that causes bleeding and pain
By CANELA LÓPEZ

CNN Because of the pandemic, the US postponed citizenship ceremonies for months. That could keep thousands from voting in 2020
By Catherine E. Shoichet

Reuters Stranded in Central America, Migrants Demand Passage to U.S. Border
By Elida Moreno, Gustavo Pelencia and Stefanie Eschenbacher

The Wall Street Journal Remittances, a Lifeline for El Salvador, Plummet Amid Pandemic
By Santiago Pérez

Border Report Advocates fear ‘catastrophic’ COVID-19 crisis at migrant camps if ‘Wait in Mexico’ not terminated
By Julian Resendiz

The Wall Street Journal For Some Minority-Owned Businesses, Their Lenders Are Now Their Defenders
By Emily Flitter

Politico CDC head apologizes for lack of racial disparity data on coronavirus
By BRIANNA EHLEY

NBC Latino immigrant advocates bring crucial support to families during COVID-19 pandemic
By Jesse Vad and Luca Powell

Voice of America Efforts Launched to Help Immigrants Ineligible for US Federal COVID-19 Assistance
By Aline Barros

Associated Press Judge: Tennessee must allow vote by mail for all amid virus

Associated Press GOP reckons with polarizing candidates amid civil unrest
By Alan Fram

The New York Times Why Some Democrats Worry About the Whiteness of Biden’s Inner Circle
By Shane Goldmacher

The New York Times (Opinion) Tom Cotton’s Fascist Op-Ed
By Michelle Goldberg

The New York Times (Opinion) The Supreme Court, Too, Is on the Brink
By Linda Greenhouse

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s latest eruption just showed that Jim Mattis is entirely right
By Greg Sargent

The Washington Post (Opinion) The lawless law-and-order president
By Catherine Rampell

The Washington Post (Opinion) Tom Cotton’s ugly screed hints at the terrible backlash to come
By Paul Waldman

The New York Times (Op-ed) ‘México Lindo y Querido, Should I Die Abroad …’
By Jorge Ramos

The New York Times (Op-ed) When Cleaning Is the Only Option
By Sarah Chaves

The Washington Post (Op-ed) Salman Rushdie: I’ve seen dictators rise and fall. Beware, America.
By Salman Rushdie

The Washington Post (Op-ed) The Floyd protests will likely change public attitudes about race and policing. Here’s why.
By Michael Tesler

Politico (Op-ed) Worried Trump Will Disrupt Voting This Fall? Here’s What to Watch For
By KIMBERLY WEHLE

The Hill (Op-ed) COVID-19 deaths in ICE detention demands medical action now
By CAROLINE LEE, NISHANT UPPAL, PARSA ERFANI, KATHERINE PEELER

The Hill (Op-ed) Keeping Dreamers, TPS holders in our workforce and communities is essential to the nation's economic recovery
By REPS. LUCILLE ROYBAL-ALLARD (D-CALIF.), NYDIA M. VELÁZQUEZ (D-N.Y.), AND YVETTE D. CLARKE (D-N.Y.)

CNN (Op-ed) Law enforcement leaders are essential to overcoming systemic racism
By Kevin K. McAleenan

The Atlantic (Op-ed) One Week to Save Democracy
By David W. Blight

Ms. Magazine (Op-ed) How Racism Impedes Reform—and the Need to Address it Head-On
By MARY GIOVAGNOLI

Local

The New York Times (California) 2,000 Free Meals a Night, Seasoned By Silicon Valley Chefs
By Matt Richtel

Los Angeles Times (California) She’s an essential worker, helping the homeless. But ICE plans to deport her next week
By CINDY CARCAMO

Miami Herald (Florida) ’Alone but finally free:’ Citizenship ceremonies resume in Miami amid COVID-19
By MONIQUE O. MADAN

CalMatters (Op-ed) Dreamers have been political pawns for far too long
By Joseph I. Castro

San Antonio Express-News (Op-ed) Commentary: History repeats as the U.S. turns away asylum-seekers
By Roger C. Barnes