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The National Negro Medical Association, now known as the National Medical Association, was founded in 1895.

Today in Black America - September 24

POSTED: September 24, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senator Tries to Allay Fears on Health Overhaul

I.R.S. Severs Acorn Ties; Group Sues Over Video
 
Immigrants Cling to Fragile Lifeline at Safety-Net Hospital
 
Obama Makes Gains at U.N. on Iran and Proliferation
 
A Plan to Add Supermarkets to Poor Areas, With Healthy Results
 
The Numbers and Health Care Reform
 

The Baltimore Sun

Annapolis mayoral candidate drops out — again

Dixon details $12 million in spending cuts

ACORN files lawsuit against makers of hidden-camera video


The Christian Science Monitor

Fed statement: interest rates won’t go up anytime soon
 
Obama UN speech: all nations have responsibility to act

Health reform has a new messenger: Biden


The Washington Post

Medicare Is Focus on Day 2 of Health-Care Negotiations

Counting On A Shorter Form To Improve Census Tally

'Horrorcore' Music Adds to Mystery Of Slayings in Va.

Metro Steps Up Patrols After School at Troubled Spots


Atlanta Journal Constitution

AP source: Hanged Census worker had 'fed' on chest


Los Angeles Times

Mandate minus price controls may add to cost of healthcare

Mainstream media and ACORN-like video stings

Anti-abortion black ministers to endorse Obama's healthcare plan

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