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E. Frederic Morrow, the first Black to serve in an executive position on a President's staff, was born on this date in 1909 in Hackensack, NJ.

Today in Black America - October 23

POSTED: October 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Leader Takes Risk Pushing Public Insurance Plan
 
Behind the War Between White House and Fox

Reports Run Hot and Cold

Economic Adviser Predicts 10% Jobless Rate
 
Lots of Stimulus Money — and Concerns About Where to Put It to Work
 
Final New Jersey Debate Turns Into a Free-for-All

Bloomberg Foe’s Campaign Shows Lax Management
 


The Washington Post

Lawmakers warm to the public option

In Massachusetts, Obama won't promote state's plan

Deeds ignored advice, White House says

Partisan anger in House brings lockout of committee Republicans

Arlington goes its own way in lawsuit over HOV lanes



Baltimore Sun

Fire unions to vote on cuts



The Christian Science Monitor

Wall Street pay cuts ordered by Treasury

BBC TV sparks outrage by hosting far-right leader Nick Griffin



Detroit Free Press

Michigan schools are reeling after funding blow

Top execs at rescued auto firms to get 25% pay cut

Beating victim testifies in homeless men's murders

Officials: Detroit Public Schools overpaid for property



Los Angeles Times

H1N1 vaccine a tough sell to pregnant women

Swine flu surges in California, but vaccine remains scarce

Sebelius calls for updated vaccine-making process



Chicago Tribune

Teens told to dress for success

Fate of legendary black publications unknown

Refugee teens make film about their confrontations with violence in Chicago

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