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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 11, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on May 11, 2020.

National

Law360 Immigration Board Picks Under Trump To Set Lasting Policy
By Suzanne Monyak

The Wall Street Journal Immigration Courts Are Closed, but Cases for Children Continue
By Alicia A. Caldwell

CNN Inside the campaign to cut immigration to the United States amid the coronavirus pandemic
By Priscilla Alvarez, Nick Valencia and Kevin Liptak

Daily Beast Trump DHS Violated Federal Rules by Outing Immigrants to Right-Wing Media Outlets, Activists Claim
By Maxwell Tani

Roll Call House Democrats outline immigration priorities for next coronavirus relief measure
By Lindsey McPherson

Miami Herald He says he has COVID and has never been to Haiti. But ICE still wants to deport him there.
By MONIQUE O. MADAN AND JACQUELINE CHARLES

Miami Herald Haiti coronavirus panel demands that ICE halt deportations until pandemic is controlled
By JACQUELINE CHARLES AND MONIQUE O. MADAN

Associated Press Coronavirus complicates safety for families living together
By Sophia Tareen

Associated Press Harvesters Struggle to Recruit Foreign Crews During Pandemic

Associated Press Some Blame Meatpacking Workers, Not Plants, for Virus Spread

Associated Press Job Market Meltdown Hits Most Vulnerable Workers Hardest

Reuters U.S. Joblessness Slams Latinos, Less Educated With Brutal Force

Reuters As U.S. Meat Workers Fall Sick and Supplies Dwindle, Exports to China Soar
By Karl Plume and Dominique Patton

The Washington Post In D.C. schools, spring was ravaged by covid and disconnection. Fall will be about catching up.
By Perry Stein

The Washington Post This is how economic pain is distributed in America
By Tracy Jan

The Washington Post Federal rescue money is helping keep many airport workers on the job — but not all of them
By Lori Aratani

CNN Latino communities in the US devastated by Covid-19
By Omar Jimenez

CNN The coronavirus pandemic is hitting black and brown Americans especially hard on all fronts
By Harmeet Kaur

Associated Press US Awards Border Wall Contract in Texas to Begin in 2021

The New York Times U.S. Hits Back at China With New Visa Restrictions on Journalists
By Vivian Wang and Edward Wong

Politico Meadows learns to navigate Kushner’s sprawling White House influence
By ANITA KUMAR

Politico Trump sticks with positive messaging as coronavirus misery piles up
By NANCY COOK

The Hill McEnany blames 'naively believing' CNN headlines for past anti-Trump comments
By LAUREN VELLA

The New York Times Anxious About the Virus, Older Voters Grow More Wary of Trump
By Annie Karni and Maggie Haberman

The Wall Street Journal Democratic Women Audition to Be Joe Biden’s Running Mate
By Ken Thomas and Sabrina Siddiqui

Politico Democrats are on verge of the unthinkable: Losing a swing district in California
By ALLY MUTNICK

CNN Latinx activists want Joe Biden to pick a Latina as his VP
By Caroline Kenny and Daniella Diaz

CBS Catherine Cortez Masto might be a veepstakes dark horse, but does she want the job?
By CARA KORTE

The New York Times (Editorial) The Cities We Need

The Washington Post (Editorial) Trump is withholding relief from U.S. children — just to spite their undocumented parents

Forbes (Op-ed) Populism Threatens The American Dream Warns Economist
By Stuart Anderson

The Washington Post (Opinion) She’s a U.S. citizen. He’s not. Their family can’t get a stimulus check.
By Joe Davidson

The Washington Post (Opinion) Other countries are winning against the virus. We are quitting.
By Dana Milbank

The Atlantic (Opinion) The Coronavirus Was an Emergency Until Trump Found Out Who Was Dying
By Adam Serwer

The New York Times (Op-ed) Trump Is Using the Pandemic to Flout Immigration Laws
By Lucas Guttentag and Stefano M. Bertozzi

The New York Times (Op-ed) Latinos Face Crisis Upon Crisis
By Jorge Ramos

Local

Arizona Republic Trump's immigration freeze is hurting U.S. citizens waiting to reunite with loved ones
By Daniel Gonzalez

Associated Press (Texas) Texas Man Accused of Online Threat Mentioning Walmart

The New York Times (Iowa) Pork Chops vs. People: Battling Coronavirus in an Iowa Meat Plant
By Ana Swanson, David Yaffe-Bellany and Michael Corkery

The Washington Post (Massachusetts) In an immigrant community battling coronavirus, ‘essential’ means ‘vulnerable.’
By Jose A. Del Real

The Hill (New York) NY Churches aid in COVID-19 testing for communities of color
By KAELAN DEESE

CNN (New York) Blacks and Latinos are overwhelmingly ticketed by NYPD for social distancing violations
By Mark Morales and Elizabeth Joseph

Orange County Register (California) Supreme Court ruling on DACA soon could alter So Cal lives; coronavirus might play role
By ROXANA KOPETMAN

KLKN-TV (Nebraska) Protesters take a second stand at the Smithfield Foods meat factory
By Taylor Trujillo