Daily Immigration News Clips – October 5, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on October 5, 2021.


Latino Rebels Manchin: Immigration Reform Likely ‘Too Big’ for Budget Reconciliation Bill
By Pablo Manriquez

The Washington Post Immigration activists follow Sinema into bathroom, demanding action on reconciliation bill
By Bryan Pietsch

The Hill Immigration activists follow Sinema into bathroom in Phoenix
By Monique Beals

NBC News Arizona Sen. Sinema denounces immigration activists who followed her into restroom
By Teaganne Finn and Sahil Kapur

The Arizona Republic Activists ambush Sen. Kyrsten Sinema at ASU over immigration, Build Back Better Act
By Julie Luchetta

Newsweek Dreamer Confronts Kyrsten Sinema on Plane: 'This Is My Life and the Life of Millions'
By Aila Slisco

Associated Press Refugee admissions hit record low, despite Biden's reversal
By Julie Watson

The New York Times After Pastor Evicts Nearly 200 Migrants, His Brother Welcomes Them All
By Natalie Kitroeff

The Hill Supreme Court remands border wall challenge following 'changed circumstances' under Biden
By Rebecca Beitsch

The Hill Law schools pressured to cut ties with research firms over ICE, CBP
By Chris Mills Rodrigo

The Washington Post Senior legal adviser at State Dept. calls administration policy toward expelling migrants ‘inhumane’ and ‘illegal’
By John Hudson

Politico Top State adviser leaves post, rips Biden’s use of Trump-era Title 42
By Alex Thompson and Alexander Ward

The Hill Top State official quits post, calling Biden's use of Trump-era border policy 'inhumane'
By Joseph Choi

The Guardian Senior state department official calls Biden’s deportation of Haitians illegal
By Julian Borger

The New York Times What America Owes Haitian Asylum Seekers
By Michael Posner

The New York Times (Opinion) What’s Wrong With Kyrsten Sinema?
By Michelle Goldberg

The Palm Beach Post (Op-Ed) "Great replacement" fears reek of racism
By William Natbony