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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 18, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on May 18, 2020.

National

Law360 Trump Admin Tries To Clarify Muddled 'Remain In Mexico' Plan
By Suzanne Monyak

Associated Press Virus rules tighten illegal immigration on northern border
By Wilson Ring

Associated Press Immigration agency asks for emergency funds, will raise fees

New York Times Immigration Agency That Issues Visas, Green Cards Struggles to Stay Afloat
By Miriam Jordan

Wall Street Journal USCIS to Add Surcharge to Immigration Applications
By Michelle Hackman

Washington Post House Democrats pass $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill despite Trump’s veto threat
By Erica Werner

The Hill House defeats effort to prevent stimulus checks for undocumented immigrants
By JULIEGRACE BRUFKE

CNN Trump's turn to the economy leaves a vacuum when it comes to controlling the pandemic
By John Harwood

Vox A US immigration agency could run out of money by the end of summer without a $1.2 billion bailout
By Nicole Narea

Associated Press Guatemalans Angered by US Tweet Warning of Migration Dangers

Associated Press More Guatemalan deportees from US test positive for virus

New York Times Few Minority-Owned Businesses Got Relief Loans They Asked For
By Emily Flitter

Washington Post Transit workers are paying a heavy price during the pandemic
By Justin George and Greg Jaffe

Washington Post Asian American businesses face racism, economic pressures as they reopen amid coronavirus
By Hannah Knowles and Kim Bellware

In These Times Being an “Essential Worker” Won’t Save You From Deportation
By Maurizio Guerrero

El Semanario $500 million to paint border wall black?
By David Torres

Washington Post Biden to go after Trump in November in Republican states such as Arizona, Texas and Georgia, campaign says
By Annie Linskey

Washington Post Faced with a Trumpian barrage of attacks, Joe Biden chooses to look the other way
By Michael Scherer and Josh Dawsey

Politico Trump team searches for a strategy to aid voters of color ahead of November
By GABBY ORR

The Hill Sanders adviser warns of 'alarming trends' that could lead to Biden's defeat
By JONATHAN EASLEY

The Hill California AG Becerra: Criticism of Biden Latino outreach is 'hogwash'
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Biden campaign says it can compete in Texas, Georgia, Arizona
By JONATHAN EASLEY

The Hill Hispanic Caucus makes major ad buy for New Mexico Democratic candidate for House
By Rafael Bernal

CNN Biden campaign ramps up battleground operations and eyes a wide 2020 map
By Eric Bradner, Arlette Saenz and Sarah Mucha

Axios Doug Sosnik on Biden's best path to 270
By Doug Sosnik

New York Magazine If Biden Wants to Win in the Sunbelt, He’ll Need Latinos
By Ed Kilgore

Forbes (Op-ed) Low Unemployment Rate In Tech Harms Trump H-1B Visa Plans
By Stuart Anderson

New York Times (Op-ed) America’s Obsession With Cheap Meat
By Jane Ziegelman

The Hill (Op-ed) California race shows why the election for president is close
By DOUGLAS SCHOEN

CNN (Op-ed) The fate of Dreamers is under siege. They need us now, more than ever
By Jennifer J. Raab

Local

San Francisco Chronicle (California) Immigration courts in ‘chaos,’ with coronavirus effects to last years
By Tal Kopan

New York Times (California) Why So Many Filipino Californians Are on the Front Lines
By Jill Cowan

Los Angeles Times (California) Latino essential workers bear brunt of coronavirus
By HAILEY BRANSON-POTTS, ALEJANDRA REYES-VELARDE, MATT STILES, ANDREW J. CAMPA

The Houston Chronicle (Editorial) Editorial: Coronavirus stimulus policy unfairly punishes citizens, children

Yakima Herald (Opinion) Immigrants deserve legal representation, too
By Esther J. Cepeda

Times of San Diego (Op-ed)) Opinion: In About-Face, Trump Finds Immigrant Meat Packing Workers Essential
By Steve Rodriguez