Obama-era guarantees for those immigrants were cancelled by US President Donald Trump and are set to become invalid next month.
In a statement, U.S. Representative Katherine Clark of Melrose applauded the bill's spending measures, including funding for community health centers, but indicated she voted against it because Ryan "refuses to bring any immigration legislation forward even though there are bipartisan immigration bills drafted and waiting".
Trump echoed those concerns but said that in order to secure Democratic votes for the package, more spending "on things we do not like or want" was necessary. "You know, we could have moved forward with a responsible spending package that had amendments that we could all offer on the floor, an open amendment process and a debate".
The proposal would raise the U.S. debt ceiling until March 2019.
Paul, a budget hawk from Kentucky, defended his one-man protest, arguing that the fresh commitments to extra spending in the Bill were reckless. Whatever happens, this week's budget battle dealt a clear immigration defeat to Democrats, who'd initially vowed to block spending bills until there was a deal to help the Dreamers.
The deal was long expected to have bipartisan support to pass in the Senate.
The House minority leader, Nancy Pelosi, planned to oppose the bill, and despite suggesting that she would not pressure her colleagues to follow suit, appeared to be doing just that.
"To anyone who doubts my intention to solve this problem and bring up a DACA and immigration reform bill: Do not", Ryan said at a news conference.
Paul objected to the fact that deal would result in a significant increase in the federal budget deficit without any corresponding cuts to spending.
For Democrats like Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio), a member of the Congressional Black Caucus, the decision was simple: "I can not in good conscience go home and say to my [hospitals that serve low-income patients] that I didn't vote for this because of DACA".
But the administration has said that deporting Dreamers would not be a priority. The upper chamber of Congress closed up shop late Thursday and reopened in the dark of night for a new session at 12.01 am (0501 GMT) Friday, launching a new effort to pass a bill to extend federal funding for six more weeks. Three weeks ago, Senate Democrats dug in and chose to use a deadline to try to force Republicans to work with them on a deal for "Dreamer" immigrants, whose protections from deportation are due to expire in March. "I think it's important that we have this debate", he said.
Turkey fulfills all obligations to EU
AP reported that it could not immediately reach the European Commission, which verifies compliance, for comment. The EU Commission will assess Turkey's position paper in terms of meeting its requirements.
Instagram will soon tell who is talking your Stories
Until now, users have been able to record or screenshot other people's Stories posts secretly, without being detected. It will work with accounts which are public , and is apparently being tested with only a small number of users.
Dow Plunges Again, Closes Down More Than 1000 Points
This follows the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's decision to leave interest rates unchanged this morning, as widely expected. Corrections are normal occurrences during bull markets, and there hasn't been one in two years, an unusually long time.