Daily Immigration News Clips – November 15, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 15, 2021.


The Washington Post Once more unto the breach: Pelosi strives to deliver an agenda that has divided her caucus, testing her power
By Marianna Sotomayor

Politico Senate likely to take up social spending bill in December as Dem slog continues
By Burgess Everett

Roll Call Top areas of House budget package that could see changes
By CQ Roll Call Staff

The Hill Jonathan Krohn: 'Unclear' whether migrant caravan will see more violence with Mexican government

The Hill Trump CDC official: No 'public health reason' for border closure, Title 42
By Rebecca Beitsch

CBS News Top CDC official told Congress migrant expulsion policy was not needed to contain COVID
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez

Inside Higher Ed How the Build Back Better Act Would Help Dreamers in College
By Alexis Gravely

The Washington Post Thousands of Afghan children and teenage refugees will soon be enrolled in America’s public schools
By Donna St. George

Vox Why Biden has disappointed on immigration
By German Lopez

MSNBC The joyful post-covid family reunions serve as a reminder of the importance of immigration reform

The New York Times (Op-Ed) It’s Time to End the Pandemic Emergency at the Border


Nevada Current Watered down immigration proposal prompts more calls to sidestep parliamentarian
By Jennifer Solis

The Dallas Morning News (Op-Ed) Immigrant detention is expensive, and alternatives are just as effective
By Jordana Signer