Daily Immigration News Clips – November 4, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on November 4, 2021.


Associated Press House Democrats add paid-leave, immigration, tax changes to Biden bill
By Lisa Mascaro, Mary-Clare Jalonick and Farnoush Amiri

Wall Street Journal House Democrats Include Provisions Protecting Immigrants
By Siobhan Hughes and Michelle Hackman

Politico House Democrats are still planning to include immigration provisions in their social spending bill. They fall well short of a pathway to citizenship.
By Nicholas Wu

The Hill Manchin says he won't vote to overrule Senate parliamentarian
By Jordain Carney

The Hill House outlines immigration provisions in latest Build Back Better package
By Rebecca Beitsch

Roll Call Divisions among Democrats threaten immigration plan
By Caroline Simon and Suzanne Monyak

Bloomberg Immigration Benefits Back in House Deal After Senate Push
By Ellen M. Gilmer

Associated Press Inside Biden's Border Plan: From Optimist to Chaos
By Elliot Spagat and Valerie Gonzalez

The Hill Biden administration formally ends 'metering' policy at US-Mexico border
By Rafael Bernal

Roll Call Biden administration rescinds Trump-era ‘metering’ at border
By Caroline Simon

Politico Inside Virginia’s Latino vote mystery
By Sabrina Rodriguez and Marc Caputo

New York Times (Op-Ed) Youngkin’s Victory in Virginia Is a Warning. It’s Also a Roadmap.
By Tom Perriello

New York Times (Op-Ed) Republicans Are Going to Use Dog Whistles. Democrats Can’t Just Ignore Them.
By Tory Gavito and Adam Jentleson

New York Daily News (Op-Ed) Immigration reform, at last? Senate Democrats should fight to keep immigration provisions in the reconciliation bill
By Editorial Board

Newsweek (Op-Ed) Biden Contemplates a Terrible Immigration Idea
By Jonathan Tobin


El Semanario (CO, NM) Immigration reform is well worth 11 million jobs
By Maribel Hastings and David Torres