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Daily Immigration News Clips – September 4, 2020

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 4, 2020.

National

Vox How Trump made it that much harder to become a US citizen
By Nicole Narea

Law360 NJ Immigration Attys Can't Stop In-Person Hearings For Now
By Jeannie O'Sullivan

Wall Street Journal U.S. Pulls Back on Quickly Returning Migrant Children to Home Countries
By Michelle Hackman and Alicia A. Caldwell

CNN The US detained hundreds of migrant children in hotels as the pandemic flared
By Catherine E. Shoichet and Geneva Sands

The Intercept AMID CORONAVIRUS, TRUMP MOVED TO EXPEL IMMIGRANTS — BUT BORDER PATROL DIDN’T TEST ANY OF THEM
By Malaika Tapper

Reuters Defying critics, U.S. security chief pushes Trump's law-and-order message
By Ted Hesson

CNN Trump 'anarchist' city punishment plan is all politics, experts say
By Priscilla Alvarez and Katelyn Polantz

Politico What we learned when the 2020 campaign came through Kenosha
By Ryan Lizza

Politico Biden jokes that Kenosha audience would 'shoot me' if he didn't wrap up his remarks
By CAITLIN OPRYSKO

ABC News Trump's rhetoric on protests seen as detrimental
By majority of Americans: POLL

By Kendall Karson

NBC News The results are in: Trump isn't winning his 'law and order' fight
By Chuck Todd, Mark Murray, Ben Kamisar and Melissa Holzberg

Mother Jones Trump’s Law-and-Order Harangues Are About More Than Just Law-and-Order
By Kevin Drum

The Atlantic The Huge Snag in Trump’s Reelection Pitch
By Ron Brownstein

Associated Press Attorneys Argue Trump's Exclusion Order for Count Is Illegal

Reuters Judges Skeptical Toward Trump Plan to Exclude Many Immigrants From Representation

New York Times An internal Census Bureau document lends weight to worries of a hasty 2020 count.
By Michael Wine

The Hill Judges grill Trump administration over excluding undocumented immigrants from census data
By Harper Nedig

Courthouse News Service Feds Fight to Lift Block of Trump Immigration Restriction
By Karina Brown

Courthouse News Service Secretary’s Illegal Appointment Gives DACA Challenge New Edge
By MEGAN MINEIRO

Refinery29 No Matter What Happens To DACA, Our Joy Is Ours
By JULISSA ARCE

Washington Post After Trump’s remarks, election officials warn that trying to vote twice is a crime and could undermine the system
By David Nakamura, Matt Zapotosky and Colby Itkowitz

Politico Trump team plots how to bust Biden in the debates
By NANCY COOK and GABBY ORR

Politico Biden lags among Florida Hispanic voters
By Marc Caputo

Al Jazeera 'They may stay home': Chuck Rocha on 2020 Latino voter outreach
By Creede Newton

Washington Post (Opinion) Republicans never get to complain about these things again
By Jennifer Rubin

Washington Post (Opinion) Trump’s trying to scare up a win in November. Don’t assume it will work.
By Eugene Robinson

CNN (Opinion) After wild week, Trump looks close to full derailment
By Stephen Collinson

New York Times (Op-ed) There Is No Route to the White House Without Latino Voters
By Jorge Ramos

The Hill (Op-ed) Biden cannot keep letting Trump set the agenda
By Albert Hunt

Local

WNYC NJ Lawyers Sue Over In-Person Immigration Court Hearings In Newark
By Karen Yi

Documented Burden of Proof Reversed in Immigration Bond Hearings at Batavia
By Mazin Sidhamed

Hartford Courant POLITICS Backlogs and delays in naturalizations will keep many Connecticut immigrants from voting this year
By KATSURI PANANJADY AND ANA RADELAT

Associated Press (Pennsylvania) Trump hones law and order message in Pennsylvania
By Jill Colvin and Zeke Miller 

Wall Street Journal (Arizona) The Door-to-Door Election Battle to Swing an Arizona County
By Eliza Collins and Chad Day

Chicago Sun Times (Illinois) ICE postpones controversial ‘Citizens Academy’ in Chicago
By Elvia Malagón

KXAN (Texas) El Paso suffers when Fort Bliss money is taken for border wall, lawyer argues in federal court
By Fernie Ortiz

LA Times (Opinion) Are conservatives actually OK with Trump taking over local law enforcement?
By Jon Healey

LA Times (Op-ed) Hard lessons we learned from the COVID-19 tragedy at San Quentin prison
By HAIYAN RAMIREZ BATLLE AND JOHN GRANT