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Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 13, 2021.
The New York Times Senate Aides Try to Sway Rules Enforcer Over Including Immigration Overhaul in Budget Plan
By Luke Broadwater
The Wall Street Journal ‘Dreamers’ Await Senate Parliamentarian’s Ruling on Reconciliation Package
By Michelle Hackman and Siobhan Hughes
The Hill Democrats make case to Senate parliamentarian for 8 million green cards
By Jordain Carney
Roll Call Democrats make immigration case to Senate parliamentarian
By Suzanne Monyak and Caroline Simon
CNN Inside Democrats' efforts to include immigration in their economic agenda bill
By Lauren Fox and Daniella Diaz
CBS News Democrats try to push forward with plan to legalize 8 million immigrants through budget bill
By Camilo Montoya-Galvez
NBC News Democrats haggling to get immigration changes into spending bill
By Leigh Ann Caldwell
Associated Press US gives 1st public look inside base housing Afghans
By Farnoush Amiri
The Washington Post CIA-trained Afghan forces who helped Americans and others evacuate now await resettlement in the U.S.
By Shane Harris
The Wall Street Journal U.S. Grapples With Hundreds of Unaccompanied Minors Among Afghan Evacuees
By Raja Abdulrahim
Slate Republicans Want to Help Afghans—As Long As They Don’t Come to the U.S.
By William Saletan
The New York Times Trump May Be Gone, But the Fight Against His Border Wall Goes On
By Edgar Sandoval
The Hill Court rulings put Biden in tough spot with Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policy
By Rebecca Beitsch
The Hill Biden administration appeals Texas ruling blocking new DACA applications
By Rebecca Beitsch
The Washington Post They risked their lives on the covid front line. Now France has made 12,000 of them citizens.
By Ellen Francis
Axios France grants citizenship to 12,000 COVID frontline workers
By Shawna Chen
The Washington Post (Editorial) Afghans arriving in the U.S. are stuck in limbo. Congress must help.
The Wall Street Journal (Editorial) Those Still Left Behind in Afghanistan
Forbes (Opinion) Dreamers And Legal Immigration Changes Highlight New House Bill
By Stuart Anderson
The New York Times (Op-Ed) The Unnecessary Cruelty of America’s Immigration System
By Lauren Markham
The Washington Post (Op-Ed) The worst Catch-22 of all for Afghans who helped Americans
By Elise Martel
The Hill (Op-Ed) Fixing our bureaucracy would have saved Afghan lives
By Chris Richardson and Elizabeth Shackelford
AZ Mirror (Arizona) AZ Dems, youth call for historic pathway to citizenship package
By Laura Gomez
Houston Chronicle (Op-Ed) Don't close border to asylum seekers.They are not a public health threat.
By S. Patrick Kachur and Leslie (“Les”) Roberts
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