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The Internet Responds to Immigration Being Included in Biden’s “Build Back Better” Framework

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Today, President Biden announced the Build Back Better framework. In it, this Administration makes it clear that immigration will be included in reconciliation: 

In addition, the framework includes a $100 billion investment to reform our broken immigration system, consistent with the Senate’s reconciliation rules, as well as reducing backlogs, expanding legal representation, and making the asylum system and border processing more efficient and humane.

This is huge news for immigration advocates that have organized, protested, and demanded that the Biden Administration finally deliver on their promises. It has been 35 years since major immigration legislation, and now Democrats must do their part to deliver for America.

This is how the internet reacted: 

Immigration advocacy organizations commended this development and are ready to fight for next steps. 



Frank Sharry, Executive Director of America’s Voice made it clear that immigration is still on the table, despite what certain media outlets irresponsibly reporting on the issue: 

Overall, the news of immigration reform in the reconciliation package was met with positivity: 


This moment would not be possible without the immigrants and advocates that have fought tirelessly for years!