Daily Immigration News Clips – September 30, 2021

Aggregated local and national media coverage of major immigration law news stories being discussed throughout the U.S. on September 30, 2021.

National

The Hill Senate parliamentarian rules out Democrats' immigration plan B
By Jordain Carney

USA Today Democrats' 'Plan B' on immigration in reconciliation bill rejected by Senate parliamentarian
By Rebecca Morin

Law 360 Dems Seek Plan C After Immigration Budget Goal Nixed Again
By Mike LaSusa

Associated Press Senate parliamentarian deals fresh immigration blow to Dems
By Alan Fram

The New York Times Democrats Move to Avert Shutdown, but Divisions Imperil Biden’s Agenda
By Emily Cochrane and Jim Tankersley

The Wall Street Journal Democrats’ Bid to Include Immigration Change in Budget Package Again Rejected
By Michelle Hackman and Siobhan Hughes

Los Angeles Times Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats’ Plan B for Dreamers and other immigrants
By Jennifer Haberkorn

Roll Call Parliamentarian rejects Democrats’ Plan B on immigration
By Caroline Simon

CNN Senate parliamentarian rejects Democrats' second attempt to include immigration in economic bill
By Daniella Diaz, Priscilla Alvarez and Ali Zaslav

The New York Times Thousands of Haitians Are Being Allowed Into the U.S. But What Comes Next?
By Miriam Jordan

The Hill Deportations of Haitians spark concerns over environmental refugees
By Rachel Frazin and Rebecca Beitsch

Associated Press Biden caught between allies and critics on border policy
By Ben Fox and Will Weissert

Politico Biden administration says it will again try to end Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy
By Myah Ward

The Hill Biden administration moves to scrap 'Remain in Mexico'
By Rafael Bernal and Rebecca Beitsch

USA Today Texas state troopers arrest thousands of migrants crossing the border. Critics call it unconstitutional.
By Rick Jervis

EdSource Biden administration takes steps to protect DACA as universities call for path to citizenship
By Zaidee Stavely

The New York Times Greyhound Agrees to Pay $2.2 Million Over Immigration Sweeps on Buses
By Michael Levenson

Roll Call Pressure builds to address climate-induced migration
By Caroline Simon

The Atlantic (Opinion) The Filibuster Crisis Is Peaking
By Ronald Brownstein

The Washington Post (Op-Ed) Avoiding past mistakes is key to Congress passing immigration reform that works
By Elizabeth Cohen

Local

El Semanario (CO, NM) The Roots of Haitian Exodus and the New Fuse of Racism
By David Torres

The Arizona Republic (Opinion) Democrats will 'keep trying' on immigration reform? That's code for 'not worth the trouble'
By Elvia Diaz

Chicago Sun Times (Opinion) U.S. needs to make its asylum policy clear
By Jesse Jackson