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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on July 15, 2021.
Associated Press Biden pitches huge budget, says Dems will 'get a lot done'
By Alan Fram and Lisa Mascaro
The New York Times Democrats Roll Out $3.5 Trillion Budget to Fulfill Biden’s Broad Agenda
The Washington Post Senior Democrats prepare Medicare and climate initiatives as well as tax increases on wealthy as details of $3.5 trillion budget deal emerge
By Jeff Stein and Tony Romm
The Wall Street Journal Centrist Democrats Take Wait-and-See Stance on $3.5 Trillion Budget Plan
By Kristina Peterson and Andrew Duehren
Politico Climate, immigration, Medicare lead progressive highlights in Dems' $3.5T budget plan
By Caitlin Emma, Sarah Ferris, and Anthony Adragna
The Hill Manchin signals support for immigration in budget deal
By Rafael Bernal and Al Weaver
Roll Call Senate Democrats begin push-pull process on budget
By Lindsey McPherson, Paul M. Krawzak, and Jennifer Shutt
Bloomberg Key Democrats Hold Back on Budget Deal Until Details Offered
By Erik Wasson
The New York Times Biden’s Nominees to Lead ICE and Border Patrol Signal Sharp Departure From Trump Era
By Eileen Sullivan
The Washington Post Houston-area sheriff nominated to run ICE faces Senate confirmation hearing Thursday
By Maria Sacchetti
Associated Press US to begin evacuating Afghans who aided American military
By Aamer Madhani and Darlene Superville
The Washington Post Biden administration could bring Afghan interpreters to military bases in U.S.
By Missy Ryan, Felicia Sonmez, and Alex Horton
Politico Biden directs evacuation flights for Afghan interpreters to begin late July
By Lara Seligman
Associated Press 'God opened the door': Mystery surrounds US asylum picks
By Elliot Spagat
Los Angeles Times Immigrant victims of rape or gang violence now have a better shot at getting asylum
By Cindy Carcamo
The Hill DACA recipients losing jobs as pandemic paperwork backlog leads to expired permits
By Mychael Schnell
The Washington Post Cuba and Haiti upheaval could mean twin migration crises
By Adam Taylor and Claire Parker
The Miami Herald Democrats call on Biden to pause Haitian deportations after Moïse assassination
By Alex Daugherty
The Hill GOP senators urge Biden to keep Trump-era border restrictions
By Rebecca Beitsch
Los Angeles Times News analysis: U.S. expands fight against Central American corruption. Will it stem immigration?
By Tracy Wilkinson
Forbes (Opinion) House Immigration Chair Warns U.S. Is Losing Talent To Canada
By Stuart Anderson
Los Angeles Times (California) California’s immigrant crackdown propelled Latinos to Washington. After Trump, could it happen again?
By Sarah D. Wire
Colorado Politics Polis calls on congressional leaders to take up comprehensive immigration reform
By Pat Poblete
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