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Daily Immigration News Clips – May 6, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the United States on May 6, 2020.

National

Al Jazeera America Senate bill seeks more visas for foreign health workers in US

The Washington Post U.S. citizen children with undocumented parents unfairly denied coronavirus relief, federal lawsuit asserts
By Spencer S. Hsu

Politico ICE chief tangles with White House over political appointees
By BETSY WOODRUFF SWAN and DANIEL LIPPMAN

The Hill Hispanic Caucus Chairman Castro offers Cinco de Mayo message commending Latino resiliency amid coronavirus
By JUSTINE COLEMAN

The Hill House Democrats push for virtual naturalization ceremonies in next coronavirus relief package
By J. EDWARD MORENO

CNN Trump admin monitoring coronavirus conditions in Latin America, weighing next steps
By Priscilla Alvarez and Geneva Sands

MSNBC How coronavirus created an opening for Stephen Miller

Vox For immigrants without legal status, federal coronavirus relief is out of reach
By Nicole Narea

HuffPost Donald Trump Doesn’t Care If You Die From The Coronavirus
By Amanda Terkel

Al Jazeera Contours of next US coronavirus aid bill emerge on Capitol Hill

The Wall Street Journal U.S. Factories Face a Hitch in Reopening: Mexico’s Shutdown
By Bob Tita and Santiago Pérez

The Wall Street Journal ICE Partners With Amazon, 3M to Identify Counterfeit Coronavirus Gear
By Austen Hufford

The Washington Post ‘We the people’ means all of us, ACLU director says
By KK Ottesen

The Washington Post Americans are told to wash hands to fight coronavirus. But some don’t trust the tap.
By Frances Stead Sellers

CNN Latino stars head up Cinco de Mayo event for coronavirus relief
By Lisa Respers France

HuffPost Muslim Doctors Fight COVID-19 — And Islamophobia — On The Front Lines
By Rowaida Abdelaziz

Arizona Public Media Border Patrol soliciting contractors to take over meals for detainees
By Michel Marizco

The Statesman Silicon Valley emloyers use H-1B visas to pay workers far below market wages: Report

Associated Press Vote-By-Mail Debate Raises Fears of Election Disinformation

Reuters Judge Reinstates New York Presidential Primary Canceled By State
By Kanishka Singh

The New York Times Trump Gives Phoenix Mask Factory Visit a Campaign Feel
By Michael Crowley

Newsweek JOE BIDEN TO LAUNCH $55 MILLION LATINO VOTE CAMPAIGN AS FIGHT WITH DONALD TRUMP TO WIN OVER HISPANIC MEN HEATS UP
By ADRIAN CARRASQUILLO

The New York Times (Opinion) Why Isn’t Trump Riding High?
By Thomas B. Edsall

The Washington Post (Opinion) The pandemic has made the Poor People’s Campaign virtual — and vital
By Katrina vanden Heuvel

The Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s unhinged rant about a new attack ad shows his weakness
By Greg Sargent

The Washington Post (Opinion) The moment when Trump’s schtick finally failed
By Michael Gerson

The New York Times (Op-ed) If They’re ‘Essential,’ They Can’t Be ‘Illegal’
By Alfredo Corchado

The Hill (Op-ed) For Latino voters, vote by mail is not enough
By IRENE ORIA, KATHERINE CULLITON-GONZÁLEZ AND JORGE LUIS VASQUEZ, JR.

The Hill (Op-ed) Now is the time to stand up for DACA recipients and Dreamers
By JANINE DAVIDSON

CNN (Op-ed) What we owe undocumented workers during Covid-19
By Saket Soni and Marielena Hincapie

Local

Associated Press (South Dakota) 'A Resume for Future Office': Virus Tests a GOP Governor

Associated Press (Maryland) Mfume rejoins House, in vacant seat of late Elijah Cummings

The Wall Street Journal (California) Some Communities Try New Approach to the Coronavirus: Test Everybody
By Deanna Paul

Newsweek (California) ICE DETAINEES IN CALIFORNIA LAUNCH HUNGER STRIKE OVER CORONAVIRUS FEARS, LAWYERS SAY
By Chantal Da Silva

Los Angeles Times (California) Judge who ordered ICE to immediately release California immigrants overruled; detainees will stay put
By ANDREA CASTILLO

Desert Sun (California) Judge's order to release immigrants at Adelanto detention center amid pandemic put on hold
By Rebecca Plevin

The Washington Post (New York) A pastor in the Bronx thought he knew hardship. Then his church saw 13 coronavirus deaths.
By Sarah Pulliam Bailey

The Intercept (Georgia) ICE’S IMMIGRATION DETAINEES PROTESTED LACK OF CORONAVIRUS PRECAUTIONS — AND SWAT-LIKE PRIVATE-PRISON GUARDS PEPPER-SPRAYED THEM
By José Olivares

San Antonio Express-News (Op-ed) Commentary: Immigration suspension hurts America
By Laura Collins