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Today in Black America - March 12

POSTED: March 12, 2009, 6:10 am

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The Christian Science Monitor

Is Obama taking on too much?

Unions’ dilemma on layoffs: to compromise or not?

Controversial ‘card check’ bill back for fourth time

US states step up efforts to help jobless


The New York Times

When Banks Say No, Microlenders Say Yes

Obama Signs Spending Bill as He Criticizes Earmarks

Voting Rights Elude Some Florida Ex-Felons, Study Says


The Washington Post

Steele’s Rocky Road

More Need, Less Help

Choice of Drug Czar Indicates Focus on Treatment, Not Jail

Hard Line on Guns Could Set Back D.C. Voting Rights

Area Jobless Rate Climb to Levels Not Seen in More Than a Decade


Baltimore Sun

More furloughs debated in state budget talks

City health official reported headed to FDA

Prepaid tuition plan deficit hits $80 million


Los Angeles Times

Plan could lead to reopening of King hospital

Coleman vs. Franken Senate contest drags on in Minnesota



Detroit Free Press

When will the Detroit City Hall probe end?

Bing claims mix-up over degree

Bing must be accountable for his fibs and address Detroit’s issues



Atlanta Journal Constitution

SunTrust helps 17,000 stay in their home


Boston Globe

City to funnel stimulus cash to housing

Sick flocking to in-store clinics

State deficit may hit $1b again


Chicago Tribune

10th-grader is 26th Chicago Public Schools student slain this year

Illinois unemployment hits 7.9%


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