Derek Reinbold // 4/2/17 //
CNN reported that ICE is targeting sanctuary cities with increased enforcement operations.
Despite ongoing legal challenges, President Trump’s immigration policies—from the travel ban to threatening sanctuary cities—are exacting immediate harm, argues Heather Digby Parton (Salon).
The United States settled for $1 million with an undocumented migrant’s family after border agents beat the family member to death (WaPo).
The Knight First Amendment Institute has sued DHS and ICE over cellphone and laptop record searches at the border (US News and World Report).
Leah Litman explains, on Take Care, how President Trump’s recent executive orders make the Supreme Court’s decision in Jennings v. Rodriguez even more important.
Individuals who relied on Obama-era immigration and marijuana non-enforcement policies should be protected against sudden enforcement by the Trump Administration, writes Zachary Price at Take Care.
Los Angeles should provide attorneys to immigrants in the wake of escalating immigration raids, argues Bruce Einhorn (LA Times).
Hundreds of churches are ready to fight the Trump Administration to prevent immigrants living legally in the U.S. from being deported, as Adrian Florido explains on an NPR podcast.
Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) beneficiary Daniel Ramirez Medina was released from ICE detention on Wednesday (Rewire).
Legislation in Texas could license private prison companies to operate family detention centers as child-care facilities (Rewire).
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has proposed building a border wall on the Mexican side of the Rio Grande (WaPo).
A podcast on the Washington Post breaks down the dangers of using eminent domain to seize the large amount of property that would be necessary for President Trump’s proposed border wall.