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Daily Immigration News Clips – March 10, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on March 10, 2020.

National

Law360 Broken Promise: Visa Program Leaves Crime Victims In Limbo
By RJ Vogt

Associated Press The Preventable Death of an Asylum Seeker in a Solitary Cell

Reuters Guatemalan Migrant Dies in U.S. Custody After Gallbladder Operation
By Sofia Menchu

Politico White House points fingers as it plots coronavirus stimulus
By NANCY COOK

Roll Call Road ahead: Surveillance powers deadline approaches amid coronavirus concerns
By Katherine Tully-McManus

Vox Trump’s immigration policy could cause a coronavirus disaster in migrant border camps
By Nicole Narea

Quartz ICE changed an algorithm to prevent the release of detained immigrants
By Ephrat Livni

The Nation Family Separation Is Torture, According to Physicians for Human Rights
By Sasha Abramsky

Miami Herald ‘If you’re going to rape me, kill me’: Woman says U.S. immigration agents assaulted her
By MONIQUE O. MADAN AND ROMINA RUIZ-GOIRIENA

The Wall Street Journal Mexico Grinds to a Halt as Women Strike to Protest Gender Violence
By Juan Montes

The New York Times New York City Museums Teach the History of Immigration
By Liz Robbins

Politico State pushes to list white supremacist group as terrorist org
By NATASHA BERTRAND, NAHAL TOOSI and DANIEL LIPPMAN

CNN Immigration judges want to know how to handle coronavirus
By Priscilla Alvarez

Voice of America Coronavirus Treatment Urged for Immigrants Regardless of Legal Status
By Aline Barros

The New York Times In Divided Michigan District, Debbie Dingell Straddles the Biden-Sanders Race
By Jeremy W. Peters

The New York Times The People Who See Bernie Sanders as Their Only Hope
By Jennifer Medina and Sydney Ember

Politico Democrats launch major Florida organizing effort
By MARC CAPUTO

Los Angeles Times Sanders camp is pulled in different directions as defeat inches closer
By EVAN HALPER, JANET HOOK

USA Today (Editorial) America 'is desperate' for labor yet is taking in fewer legal immigrants each year

Los Angeles Times (Editorial) Editorial: When the U.S. uses migrants’ therapy disclosures against them

The Washington Post (Opinion) Elizabeth Warren could be the lioness of the Senate
By Jennifer Rubin

The New York Times (Op-ed) Colombia Is Dealing With a Terrifying Refugee Crisis. Will Wealthy Nations Step Up to Help?
By Jorge G. Castañeda

The New York Times (Op-ed) When ‘Gentefied’ Straddles More Than One Culture, It Feels Real
By Maira Garcia

The Washington Post (Op-ed) The unique incompetence of Donald Trump in a crisis
By Daniel W. Drezner

The Hill (Op-ed) Not a monolith: The diverse Latinx vote 2.0
By LOURDES TORRES

The Hill (Op-ed) Women are refusing to take the backseat in politics, especially Latinas
By MARÍA TERESA KUMAR

NBC (Op-ed) Matthew Lee Coronavirus fears show how 'model minority' Asian Americans become the 'yellow peril'
By Matthew Lee

Local

Miami Herald (Florida) FL Senate OKs ‘compromise’ E-Verify bill
By SAMANTHA J. GROSS

Boston Globe (Massachusetts) Immigration activist sentenced to jail for protesting jail conditions
By Stephanie Purifoy

WREX (Illinois) Ogle, Stephenson county sheriffs sue Illinois Attorney General over state immigration law
By Breane Lyga

Post Register What does the Latino vote look like in Idaho?
By RACHEL SPACEK

Charlotte Observer (Op-ed) For Dreamers, their future is on the ballot this November
By JUAN DIEGO MAZUERA