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Today in Black America - September 28

POSTED: September 28, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Reid the Quarterback May Call on Obama to Referee
 
Taking Health Care Courtship Up Another Notch
 
U.S. Job Seekers Exceed Openings by Record Ratio
 
Young and Suburban, and Falling for Heroin
 
On TV, Paterson Repeats His Pledge to Run
 
Fed Up With War
 

The Christian Science Monitor

A ‘right-wing conspiracy’ against Obama? Clinton says yes.

Health reform: why stakes for women are especially high

Baucus’s Senate panel whacks away at healthcare amendments


The Washington Post

On Medicare Spending, a Role Reversal

Unions Criticize Obama's School Proposals as 'Bush III'

How They Voted on God, Guns And Gays

Measuring Progress At Shaw With More Than Numbers


Baltimore Sun

For more, 'affordable' isn't so

Dixon lawyers back in court


Detroit Free Press

$25 million in U.S. aid on the way

Policing kids' online behavior

Cop-turned-teacher Foy seeks to rebuild city block by block

Vision, work ethic backed as business woes dog

Cross: 'I want us to be a place of destination'

African-American bishop to make history


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayoral candidates lobby for gay vote

Watchdog tells Atlanta candidates to stop e-mailing city employees


Los Angeles Times

Undercurrent of culture clash emerges at GOP convention

If Sen. Wright lives outside his district, it may not matter


Chicago Tribune

Weatherization: Illinois gets $97 million in stimulus funds for homes

Chicago flunks when it comes to special ed

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