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Today in Black America - September 29

POSTED: September 29, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

In Some States, a Push to Ban Mandate on Insurance
 
President Obama Will Go to Copenhagen to Lobby I.O.C.
 
The Case of the Plummeting Supreme Court Docket
 
A Brooklyn of Wealth and Needs Gets a Major Charity All Its Own

N.Y. Poverty Data Paint Mixed Picture

Peering at the Future


Baltimore Sun

The hidden loss for primary care

Putting politics over justice


The Washington Post

In Delivering Care, More Isn't Always Better, Experts Say

More Help Coming To Clean Up Crisis

Secret Service Probing Facebook Poll on Obama

Whole Foods to Food Banks

D.C. Data On Poverty Grim but Unchanged

Time to Act Like a President


The Christian Science Monitor

Honor student beaten to death: Can Chicago curb youth violence?

‘Kill Obama’ Facebook poll: latest sign of healthcare anger?

GOP pins comeback on anger at ‘big government’ healthcare

How Washington lobbyists peddle power


Detroit Free Press

Detroit's fight against vacant land gets tougher

Metro Detroit may not be perfect, but more of us like where we live


Atlanta Journal Constitution

26,000 families slip into poverty

2 Georgia districts sue over charter school money


Chicago Tribune

Mothers of 2 suspects react to murder of Fenger student

Fenger High School: Fear, frustration come to campus

Chicago 2016: Michelle Obama details Olympic bid in Copenhagen


Boston Globe

Gone nuts over ACORN, but for the wrong reason

A child uprising on education

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