As the border heats up, Dems fracture over a migration solution
Sherrod Brown is a stalwart progressive who doesn’t often partner with the likes of Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema.
On the hot-button issue of immigration, though, the Ohio Democrat is siding with his caucus’ two most famous centrists.
As the Biden administration deals with the expiration of its pandemic-era power to expel migrants at the southern border, Brown is signing onto a moderate proposal to extend that authority for two more years. Though he wants to see comprehensive immigration reform enacted, Brown said that “I don’t think you can get something comprehensive now, under the...