Some activists and Democrats have criticised Georgia Senate Bill 202 because they say it will suppress votes, including those of ethnic minorities.
The Republican Senate Minority Leader said the White House is "not interested in doing anything on a bipartisan basis."
"This is, however, not going to be solved overnight," the vice president said.
The president is facing growing backlash as the number of migrants attempting to reach the border has already hit a 20-year high, while the amount of unaccompanied children crossing over increased by 63 percent in February.
"If we really want something that is going to be lasting, we need to pass legislation," the vice president said.
Republicans say the Biden administration's border policies are encouraging a surge in new arrivals, particularly of unaccompanied minors.
President Joe Biden is strongly rebuking the surge in racist attacks against Asian Americans that has been stoked by the coronavirus pandemic and highlighted after a gunman killed eight people in Georgia this week—six of them Asian women.
On Thursday, Biden said: "Now when President Harris and I took a virtual tour of a vaccination center, in Arizona..."
The president made the mistake during a press conference in which he described the coronavirus vaccine rollout.
Members of the Secret Service detained an armed suspect near the home of Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday.
"It speaks to a larger issue, which is the issue of violence in our country and what we must do to never tolerate it and to always speak out against it," Harris said.
A majority (64 percent) of women polled by Gender on the Ballot expressed excitement over having a woman vice president for the first time in history.
"Some supporter of women, huh? A woman paraded around as a champion of women, quick to believe all women unless it doesn't work to her political advantage," the Fox News host said in comments about the vice president.
Critics of the Texas senator took the opportunity to express satisfaction with having less chaos in the White House.
The Michigan Republican congressman told Fox Business that COVID relief should help individuals more than states.
The U.S. Senate voted 51-50 on Thursday to advance President Joe Biden's coronavirus relief bill, bringing the sprawling $1.9 trillion package one step closer to being passed.
At the conference on February 28, the former president once again refused to acknowledge that he lost November's election.
Moderate Democrats oppose eliminating the Senate's controversial legislative rule, but there are less drastic options lawmakers could consider.
Sanders has also vowed to force a vote on the measure in the Senate this week.
As House members prepare for the anticipated vote on President Joe Biden's nearly $2 trillion coronavirus relief package on Friday, Republicans have spent much of their time lamenting the massive amount of money that it will cost taxpayers.
If Harris refuses, Democrats will have to introduce the wage hike as a standalone bill. The bill would likely require at least 10 Republican Senators' support. Thus far, Republicans haven't supported the measure.
President Joe Biden, Vice President Kamala Harris, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez(D-N.Y.) were the only national politicians to receive net positive favorability ratings in a new poll.
What would a Mayor Yang do? The entrepreneur-turned-politician on the pandemic, the police, universal basic income—and bicycle lanes. He'd be the city's first Asian-American mayor.
Harris has leaned into being the first woman and first woman of color in the role to connect with groups that will be key to the administration's success as the recovery unfolds.
The vice president was asked on NBC's Today what assurances she could give unvaccinated teachers returning to the classroom.
The former president has only served a single four-year term, but the constitution allows presidents to serve for a maximum of two, meaning he could enter office for another term if he won again.
"We've opened Pandora's Box here, and I'm sad for the country," said the Republican senator from South Carolina on Sunday.
"It wasn't a riot at the capital (sic) it was a Crusade against baby murderers," suspected insurrectionist and former Marine Michael J. Lopatic Sr. allegedly wrote in a Facebook post.
Since Kamala Harris appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2018, social media allegations against Harris have been recurring, criticizing a joke she made on the show.