Daily Immigration News Clips – November 8, 2019

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 8, 2019.

National

Politico Trump’s immigration policy is in disarray
By Anita Kumar

BuzzFeed Under Trump’s New Project, Border Patrol Agents Have Approved Fewer Than Half Of Asylum Screenings
By Hamed Aleaziz

NBC DACA has transformed young immigrants' lives, a new report says. Will the Supreme Court save it?
By Nicole Acevedo

Forbes “We Are Americans. We Were Raised Here.” A DACA Recipient’s Story

Phoenix New Times Deployed, Then Deported: How a US Navy Vet from Phoenix Was Exiled to Mexico
ALI SWENSON

Dallas Morning News DACA at the Supreme Court: What arguments will justices hear? How are Dallas beneficiaries feeling?
By Obed Manuel

Associated Press House Democrat criticizes Mississippi chicken plant raids
By Jeff Amy

CNN A girl who begged for her dad's release after the Mississippi ICE raids reunited with her father
By Nicole Chavez, Dianne Gallagher and Maria Cartaya

CBS Lawmakers grill ICE official on family separations after Mississippi immigration raids
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

HuffPost Trump Administration Prosecutes Single Mothers Arrested In Mississippi ICE Raid
By Roque Planas

Newsweek FAMILIES 'LIVING IN FEAR, DEPRESSED AND ANXIOUS' AFTER MISSISSIPPI ICE RAIDS, HOMELAND SECURITY COMMITTEE HEARS
By Chantal Da Silva

The Washington Post Understanding the ‘mess’ at DHS

Politico Senate starts clearing path for DHS designee Wolf
By Ian Kullgren

NBC Watchdog group: Trump DHS pick made false claims about role in family separation policy
By Julia Ainsley

The Washington Post ICE refuses to turn over internal documents on facial recognition tech and detention tactics, lawsuit says
By Taylor Telford

The Washington Post Trump ‘violates all recognized democratic norms,’ federal judge says in biting speech on judicial independence
By Katie Shepherd

The Hill GOP senator: House Democrats using Space Force as leverage in border wall fight
By Rebecca Kheel

Bloomberg Immigration Judges Say Millions of Records Have Gone Missing
By Peter Blumberg

Bloomberg Green Card Backlog Unlikely to Get Senate Hearing, Durbin Says
By Genevieve Douglas

Vox Exclusive: State Department officials warned Trump not to revoke protections for immigrants
By Nicole Narea

Cronkite News Border-state voters poll shows dim view of border policy, Border Patrol
By Vandana Ravikumar

Associated Press Travelers Mull Safety Amid Arizona-Mexico Border Violence

The Washington Post Laura Ingraham tried to blame immigrants for Democratic success on Tuesday. It’s a bad argument.
By Philip Bump

The Washington Post Man charged with a hate crime in acid attack that left a Latino man with second-degree burns
By Katie Mettler and Hannah Knowles

The Washington Post A prosecutor asked if a victim was ‘illegal,’ police union says. Then he refused to file sexual assault charges.
By Meagan Flynn

CNN Controversial nominee gets through Senate Judiciary Committee
By Ariane de Vogue

Associated Press Report: Trump migrant crackdown weighed impact on 2020 race
By Joshua Goodman 

The New York Times ‘Tío Bernie’ Is Courting the Latino Votes He Needs to Win
By Jennifer Medina

The Hill Sanders campaign manager thanks Castro for 'leadership' on immigration
By Zack Budryk

The Hill Top Senate Dem: Officials timed immigration policy around 2020 election
By Rafael Bernal

The Hill Sanders campaign names Hispanic activist Iowa co-chair
By Tal Axelrod

Des Moines Register Latino Iowans are playing a bigger role in the caucuses — and Democrats are paying attention
By Robin Opsahl, Stephen Gruber-Miller and Barbara Rodriguez

The New York Times (Opinion) How to Beat Trump on Immigration
By David Brooks

The Washington Post (Opinion) Democrats can win these key states if they play it smart
By Jennifer Rubin

The Washington Post (Op-ed) Trump has spread more hatred of immigrants than any American in history
By Tyler Anbinder

The Washington Post (Op-ed) Why do governments think border walls work?
By Bryn Upton

The Washington Post (Op-ed) How Latinos saved American cities
By A. K. Sandoval-Strausz

The Hill (Op-ed) Trump's refugee crackdown threatens US security
By Lawrence J. Haas

The Hill (Op-ed) Will Florida's Hispanics end Trump's presidency?
By Raoul Lowery

The Hill (Op-ed) The current administration seems bent on killing the American system of asylum
By Gilberto Rosas

USA Today (Op-ed) Privacy at risk: Trump plan to collect DNA from detained immigrants should alarm all of us
By Vera Eidelman

Local

HuffPost (New York) New Yorkers Alarmed After ICE Uses Military Vehicle In Criminal Arrest
By Ja’han Jones

NBC (California) How an anti-immigrant ballot initiative mobilized Latinos — and turned California blue
By Suzanne Gamboa

Los Angeles Times (California) Videos show Camp Pendleton arrests of Marines suspected of human smuggling
By Andrew Dyer

Miami Herald (Florida) The U visa is supposed to help solve crimes and protect immigrants. But police are undermining it
By Laura C. Morel

Dallas Morning News (Texas) Recession is unlikely in 2020, but Texas faces other economic risks, Dallas Fed president says
By Melissa Repko

The New York Times (New Jersey) In Blue New Jersey, a Conservative Backlash on Immigration
By Tracey Tully

Los Angeles Times (Op-ed) Opinion: Californians fell victim to nativist rhetoric 25 years ago. They can’t fool us again
By Antonia Hernandez and Alex Padilla

Los Angeles Times (Op-ed) Opinion: Proposition 187’s anti-immigrant cruelty was a California tradition
By Natalia Molina