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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 21, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on May 21, 2020.

National

NPR Immigration To The U.S. Comes To A Standstill During The Pandemic
By Ari Shapiro

Courthouse News Service Immigrants Work Essential Jobs on Front Lines of Coronavirus Crisis
By Cameron Langford

The Hill Hundreds of migrant children, teens deported under pandemic border policy: report
By JOHN BOWDEN

NBC News Child deportations surge amid pandemic, but plans to speed them up date from 2017
By Julia Ainsley

Wall Street Journal For Citizens Denied Stimulus Checks, Immigration Fight Clouds Hopes
By Siobhan Hughes and Lindsay Wise

The Hill Conservative lawmakers press Trump to suspend guest worker programs for a year
By JULIEGRACE BRUFKE

Politico GOP leaders rebuke Republican House candidate over insulting social media posts
By ALLY MUTNICK

The Hill Minority lawmakers gain unprecedented clout amid pandemic
By Rafael Bernal

USA Today Fact check: House bill would only temporarily protect essential workers in U.S. illegally
By Devon Link

Roll Call Asylum seekers could ‘Remain in Mexico’ for years amid pandemic
By Camila DeChalus

Roll Call DHS indefinitely extends, expands border asylum ban
By Tanvi Misra

Vox Cory Booker’s new bill would expand immigrants’ health care access during the pandemic
By Nicole Narea

Newsweek ICE, CBP Criminal Referrals Saw Major Drop in March Following Coronavirus Outbreak
By CHANTAL DA SILVA

PBS News Hour How the Trump administration is leveraging COVID-19 to tighten immigration
By Judy Woodruff

Law360 Immigrant Deported Right As Judge Halts ICE's Removal Plan
By Alyssa Aquino

Washington Post Trump-Biden voters could decide the 2020 election
By John Halpin and Ruy Teixeira

Politico House Dems clash over DCCC's refusal to back a Latina in Texas primary
By LAURA BARRÓN-LÓPEZ and ALLY MUTNICK

The Hill Trump campaign says it is gaining black and Hispanic supporters

The Hill Poll: National Latino support for Biden sees slight increase
By J. EDWARD MORENO

CNN Trump uses coronavirus call to rally Hispanic support for his reelection
By Maegan Vazquez

Associated Press US starts flights to take deported migrants to Mexico City

New York Times The Striking Racial Divide in How Covid-19 Has Hit Nursing Homes
By Robert Gebeloff, Danielle Ivory, Matt Richtel, Mitch Smith and Karen Yourish, Scott Dance, Jackie Fortiér, Elly Yu, and Molly Parker

Washington Post In some nations, government isolation centers helped reduce coronavirus infections. The U.S. has resisted the strategy.
By Chelsea Janes

NBC News 1 in 4 Latinos know someone who has been infected with COVID-19, poll says
By Nicole Acevedo

NPR As Latinos Are Among Hardest Hit By Pandemic, Leaders Expect Federal Census Undercount
By JAMES E. GARCIA

Newsweek 85% of Latinos Want All Immigrants Included In Next Stimulus Package, Poll Finds
By ADRIAN CARRASQUILLO

Miami Herald Majority of Latinos lack trust in federal response to COVID-19, new poll shows
By Bianca Padró Ocasio

New York Times (Opinion) As the Restaurant Industry Struggles, the President Talks About Butter
By Tejal Rao

Washington Post (Op-ed) Will the Texas Supreme Court let Republican state leaders deny our right to vote?
By Mimi Marziani

Washington Post (Op-ed) I believe in American exceptionalism. That’s what makes this crisis so hard to accept.
By Joe Scarborough

Local

Associated Press (New Jersey) Lives Lost: Pakistani immigrant helped others in Jersey City
By Deepti Hajela

Associated Press (Illinois) Latinos overwhelmingly test positive for virus

Associated Press (Utah) Detective, nurse, confidant: Virus tracers play many roles
By Brady McCombs

Associated Press (South Dakota) Workers cheered as they enter South Dakota pork plant

Associated Press (New York) A pastor fights for flock in war against an invisible enemy
By John Minchillo

Associated Press (New York) Sabres sue US over denial of strength coach’s green card
By John Wawrow

Reuters (New York) New York City's Low-Income, Minority Areas Hit Hardest
By COVID-19, Cuomo Says

The Hill (Ohio) Ohio officials declare racism a public health crisis 'highlighted' by COVID-19
By Rebecca Klar

LA Times (Editorial) Editorial: Stop discriminating financially against taxpayers without Social Security numbers

Hartford Courant (Op-ed) I am an undocumented immigrant, and I help keep this state running
By ANGHY IDROVO

Cite as AILA Doc. No. 20052134.