Daily Immigration News Clips – November 3, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 3, 2021.


Politico Dems aim to squeeze immigration into social spending bill — without path to citizenship
By Sarah Ferris, Nicholas Wu and Marianne Levine

Roll Call Democrats closer to deal on budget reconciliation package
By Lauren Clason, David Lerman, Mary Ellen McIntire, Lindsey McPherson, and Laura Weiss

The Hill Hispanic Democrats at odds on immigration as deal nears
By Rafel Bernal and Rebecca Bietsch

Axios Immigrants could help fill America's millions of job openings
By Kate Marino

Bloomberg Immigrant Benefits Axed in Latest Congress Talks on Undocumented
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Daily Beast The Quiet Red Line That Could Complicate Biden’s Agenda
By Sam Brodey and Scott Bixby

New York Times Democratic Panic Rises as Virginia Loss Exposes the Party’s Failures
By Lisa Lerer

Washington Post Reeling Democrats see threat to House and Senate control as Republicans crack their 2020 coalition
By Sean Sullivan

Washington Post Youngkin’s balancing act with Trump pays off in Va. governor’s race
By Michael Scherer and Josh Dawsey

New York Times (Op-Ed) The ‘Third Rail of American Politics’ Is Still Electrifying
By Thomas B. Edsall

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Glenn Youngkin crafts a winning formula for Virginia Republicans

Washington Post (Op-Ed) Glenn Youngkin’s repulsive final push reveals a dark truth for Democrats
By Greg Sargent

Ms. Magazine (Op-Ed) I Lived in Terror as an Undocumented Youth. Now Second Lady of Pennsylvania, I’m Standing With U.S. Dreamers
By Gisele Barreto-Fetterman

Star Tribune (Op-Ed) We’re still failing Afghan allies. Why no outrage?
By John T. Medeiros

Ms. Magazine (Op-Ed) The U.S. Is at Risk of Failing Our Afghan Allies. Here’s How the Biden Administration Can Prevent That
By Mahsa Khanbabai and Parastoo Zahedi


CBS 4 (El Paso) CBP outlines upcoming border reopening to non-essential travel

Arizona Republic (Op-Ed) Democrats' broken immigration promise could cost them Latino votes - and the 2022 election
By Elvia Díaz

Arizona Mirror (Op-Ed) Common-sense immigration reform is popular and will drive economic security. Congress must act quickly.
By Dr. Michael M. Crow and John W. Graham