Daily Immigration News Clips – November 17, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 17, 2021.

National

CNN DHS stops releasing some migrants without providing immigration court dates
By Priscilla Alvarez

USA Today DHS inspector general declines review of horse-mounted agents in Haitian migrant confrontation
By Kevin Johnson and Rebecca Morin

The Washington Post House eyes vote this week on $2 trillion spending plan backed by Biden
By Tony Romm and Marianna Sotomayor

The Hill Mexican president says he will call out US lawmakers who vote against immigration reform
By Rafael Bernal

CBS News What's next for the Build Back Better Act?
By Kathryn Watson

UPI Care workers rally in D.C., call on Congress to pass Biden's $1.75T social spending bill
By Danielle Haynes

The Wall Street Journal U.S. Border Arrest Numbers Drop After Summer Peak
By Alicia A. Caldwell

Roll Call Mayorkas defends border policies against GOP attacks
By Suzanne Monyak

Spectrum News U.S. senators grill head of Homeland Security over border migrant surge
By Reena Diamante and Sabra Ayres

NBC News 'Shameful for America': Two Latino Vietnam veterans fight deportation
By Raul A. Reyes

The Wall Street Journal (Op-Ed) Border Crisis Has Biden’s Presidency on the Edge
By Jason L. Riley

Local

Miami Herald DHS watchdog declined to investigate Border Patrol horseback conduct with Haitian migrants
By Michael Wilner, Bryan Lowry, and Jacqueline Charles

Colorado Newsline The pandemic has been hard. It’s been harder on immigrants.
By Faith Miller

Houston Chronicle Beto O'Rourke criticizes Biden's immigration policies on first day of campaign for governor
By Jasper Scherer

Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) The labor shortage is here to stay - bipartisan immigration reform is the answer
By Steve Stephens