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Today in Black America - March 25

POSTED: March 25, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Plan Seeking Expanded Power in Seizing Firms

Gunman Followed a Familiar Path in the Months Before a Fatal Shooting

To Cut Costs, States Relax Prison Policies

A Health Plan for All and the Concerns it Raises


The Washington Post

President Points To Progress on Economic Effects

The Very Face of Victory

Democrats Take Knife To Obama’s Budget

Job-Related Stimulus Funds Fuel Debate

Debating a Ceiling on Credit Card Fees


Baltimore Sun

8% of Md. seniors at risk of not graduating

City officer to face attempted murder charge, police say


Detroit Free Press

New Kilpatrick-Beatty texts may emerge in dancer’s suit

Bing and Cockrell to face off tonight in debate to be shown on freep.com

Specter’s opposition could doom union card-check bill


Los Angeles Times

BofA chief Ken Lewis says he plans to repay bailout funds soon

National Urban League ‘State of Black America’ report asks Obama to address black disparities


San Francisco Chronicle

Big turnout at East Oakland vigil for police

Cop-killer suspected of raping 12-year-old

Flawed system strains to monitor ex-prisoners


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Insurers offer to stop charging sick people more

Growth in Georgians’ income among slowest in U.S.


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