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Daily Immigration News Clips – September 28, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 28, 2020.


Law360 Judge On Fence About Immigration Application Fee Hikes
By Sarah Martinson

Documented Growing USCIS Backlogs Could Be Worsened by Spending Cuts
By Manyu Jiang

USA Today 'You're not wanted': Trump's proposed college student visa changes worry international students – again
By Lindsay Schnell

Vox Amy Coney Barrett has a years-long record of ruling against immigrants
By Nicole Narea

Washington Post Court sides with House Democrats in challenge to Trump’s border wall spending
By Ann E. Marrow

CBS News Why a private section of the border wall is allegedly failing
By Sharryn Alfonsi

Associated Press Lawmakers who toured Georgia detention site raise concerns
By Don Babwin

Desert Sun What we know so far: 114 COVID-19 cases among detainees and staff at Adelanto ICE facility
By Rebecca Plevin

Border Report Trump’s pick to lead Homeland Security pressed on origins of family-separation policy
By Fernie Ortiz

CNN Trump's border wall vs Biden's focus on asylum

The Nation Undocumented Immigrants Are Still Suffering With No Federal Relief
By Mary Ann Koruth

Desert News What happens when someone spends decades in America legally on ‘temporary’ status?
By Mya Jaradat

New York Times With Nominee Set, Senate Republicans Plan Swift Supreme Court Confirmation
By Nicholas Fandos

Associated Press New US citizen refugees excited for first presidential vote
By Anita Snow 

Washington Post ‘All in’ for Trump: These White men, the strongest Trump supporters, say they can’t be swayed
By Jenna Johnson

The Hill Fears grow of chaotic election
By Alexander Bolton

The Hill Former GOP lawmakers on endorsing Biden: Trump is no Republican, 'lacks basic self-control'

Forbes (Opinion) Disputed Immigration Policy On Foreign Students Uses Flawed Report
By Stuart Anderson

Law360 (Opinion) Immigration Appeals Proposal Would Erode Due Process
By Lynn Pearson

New York Times (Opinion) Will Amy Coney Barrett Cost Republicans the Senate?
By Michelle Cottle

New York Times (Opinion) The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Meet Donald Trump
By Gail Collins and Bret Stephens

Washington Post (Op-ed) This is the Supreme Court’s tipping point
By David Cole

Washington Post (Op-ed) Trump’s race-based patriotism damages patriotism itself
By Austin Sarat

CNN (Op-ed) As Covid-19 rages on, countries need to support migrant workers
By Saad Quayyum and Roland Kangni Kpodar

Boston Globe (Op-ed) Biden, Trump should court Latinx voters
By Marlin Ramos


New York Times (Arizona) Why Arizona Is Tilting Blue: ‘The State’s Clearly in Motion’
By Giovanni Russonello

New York Times (Georgia) How Could Voter Suppression Affect the Presidential Election? Look at Georgia
By Kassie Bracken and Alexandra Eaton

New York Times (Maine) In Maine, a Race About the Issues Has Become a Referendum on Susan Collins
By Sarah Lyall

The Hill (Florida) Trump courts Hispanic voters in Florida amid tight race with Biden
By Morgan Chalfant

Ocala Star Banner Other Voices: Immigrant women face atrocities at Georgia detention center
By Elizabeth Ricci

Boston Herald (Op-ed) ‘Safe Communities Act’ is anything but safe for Massachusetts
By John Thompson

Fresno Bee (Op-ed) Farm workers in Fresno County need more than PPE to survive the COVID-19 pandemic