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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 - September 1

POSTED: September 01, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

White House to Shift Efforts on Civil Rights

Massachusetts Cuts Back Immigrants’ Health Care

Democrats Focus on Health Care in California Election

Albany Leader Fires Aide Over Real Estate Woes

There Goes the Meritocracy

Doubts About Scare Tactics on Drivers Who Text

The Christian Science Monitor

Key Republicans bail on ‘Obama-care’; Dems’ options narrow

Kennedy name looms large in bid to replace late senator

For more hard-pressed Americans, a campsite is home

Baltimore Sun

Dunbar High reopens after $28 million renovation

Study finds prostate cancer test may expose men to unnecessary treatment

O'Malley to appoint two to Cabinet posts Tuesday

The Washington Post

One Thing's Clear on Economy: Mixed Signals

Obama's Health-Care Realism

Bravely Revisiting a Tearful Chapter

London's Calling: From Cop to Coach

Governor's Race Erupts Over McDonnell's Past Views

Pastor Redoubles Efforts vs. Same-Sex Marriage

Detroit Free Press

Bobb aims to sue Detroit school board over superintendent post

Bing: Bus cuts coming in Detroit

Detroit teen charged in shooting of girl, 13

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Audit slams Atlanta water billing, shutoffs

Authors of Atlanta ‘black mayor’ memo come forward

At Cobb forum, Gingrey's attack on health care bill delights most attendees

Boston Globe

Businesses uneasy without Kennedy

Jan. 19 set for Senate election

Senator left war chest of $4.55 million

Stuck on Senate seat

After 35 years, Atlanta voters could put a white in mayor’s office

Cheney’s dark side - and ours

Los Angeles Times

Tentative ruling against governor on some furloughs

Gasoline prices hold steady before Labor Day


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