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November 27, 2013

Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - April 1

POSTED: April 01, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Plan Sees Easing of G.M. to Bankruptcy

Justices Limit the Reach of Apology to Hawaiians

Franken Wins Ruling in Minnesota Senate Race

Workers Share in the Pressure on Carmakers


The Washington Post

A Split At Justice On D.C. Vote Bill

High Court to Weigh Relevance Of Voting Law in Obama Era

Federal Plan to Aid Small Businesses Is Flawed, Lenders Say

EEOC Willfully Violated Pay Law, Arbitrator Rules


The Christian Science Monitor

Bailout tab: $3 trillion so far

On European trip, rock-star Obama faces skeptical allies

GM installs new CEO, announces new incentives for consumers

For three US cities, a lost decade in real estate


Los Angeles Times

U.S. home prices show record drop in January

Health nominee Sebelius reveals tax troubles


Detroit Free Press


A surprise for the rich: You're just like the poor

School chief: Mayors need control of urban schools

Like a recovering patient, prison health care needs vigilance


Baltimore Sun


Dixon prosecutor told to provide full list of trial issues


Chicago Tribune

Obama gets hazy on reefer economics

Romney says Obama will help bring Olympics to Chicago


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