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Daily Immigration News Clips – October 14, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 14, 2020.

National

Buzzfeed News Department Of Homeland Security Employees Have Been Told To Report Colleagues Suspected Of Leaking Information
By Hamed Aleaziz

The Week DHS warned employees against leaking, urged them to report leakers. The memo leaked immediately.
By Peter Weber

Associated Press Cameroonian asylum-seekers accuse US of forcing deportation
By Elliot Spagat and Deepti Hajela

National Geographic We depend on essential workers. Many are on DACA—and face a precarious future.
By HÉCTOR TOBAR

Washington Post Supreme Court says Trump administration can shut down census count now, despite fears of an undercount
By Robert Barnes and Tara Bahrampour

Rolling Stone Why Trump’s Immigration Policies Will Be So Hard to Undo
By TESSA STUART

Haitian Times Amy Coney Barrett’s Views On Immigration Worry Legal Experts
By Jonathan Greig

The Hill US agents in Guatemala detained Honduran migrants in unauthorized operation: Senate report
By Rafael Bernal

New York Times The Macho Appeal of Donald Trump
By Jennifer Medina

Washington Post After recent surge, Trump is outpacing Biden on Facebook ad buys in battleground states
By Jeremy B. Merrill and Kevin Schaul

CNBC Immigration was a dominant issue in the 2016 election, but not this time
By Hannah Miao

HuffPost Essential Workers Are Aiming To Turn Out Infrequent Voters To Back Joe Biden
By Tara Golshan

NBC News Biden campaign's microtargeting of Latino communities takes on a new twist
By Marianna Sotomayor

Forbes (Opinion) Immigrants, Nobel Prizes And The American Dream
By Stuart Anderson

Forbes (Opinion) What Is The Key To Fixing America’s Immigration Program
By Andy J. Semotiuk

New York Times (Opinion) Biden Is Not Out of the Woods
By Thomas B. Edsall

LA Times (Opinion) Latino Republicans face a tough task: turning blue Orange County red again
By GUSTAVO ARELLANO

The New Yorker (Opinion) It’s Hispanic Heritage Month, and the Latinx Vote Is Still Being Ignored
By Graciela Mochkofsky

Teen Vogue (Opinion) Trump Has Failed the U.S. Working Class and Only Helped the Rich
By Kim Kelly

Local

WBUR Boston Immigration Court Set To Resume Large-Scale Hearings With Little Guidance From Feds
By Shannon Dooling

Associated Press (Virginia) Feds appeal restriction at Virginia immigrant detention site

New York Times (South Carolina) South Carolina Is Changing. Is It Enough to Put Jaime Harrison in the Senate?
By Richard Fausset

Washington Post (Texas) Early voting begins in Texas with high turnout, despite new legal developments on voting access
By Michelle Ye Hee Lee, Amy Gardner and Brittney Martin

Washington Post (California) Los Angeles County votes to pay $14 million to former immigrant detainees
By Maria Sacchetti

The Hill (South Carolina) Supreme Court battle acts as lifeline for Lindsey Graham
By ALEXANDER BOLTON AND JONATHAN EASLEY

CNN (Florida) Fact check: At Florida rally, Trump continues his attacks against imaginary version of Joe Biden
By Daniel Dale

The New Yorker (Wisconsin) Can Latino Voters Tip Wisconsin in Biden’s Favor?
By Stephania Taladrid

Kare11 (Minnesota) University of Minnesota launches research project, 'Immigrants in COVID America'
By Sharon Yoo