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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - December 9

POSTED: December 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Reid Says Deal Resolves the Impasse on the Public Option

Year-End Audit Finds TARP Program Effective

Prison Population Up, Despite Drop in 20 States

Obama Offers Help for Small Businesses
U.S. Will Settle Indian Lawsuit for $3.4 Billion
Muslim Prayers and Renewal Near Ground Zero

Baltimore Sun

Md. expands swine flu vaccine availability

Baltimore 4th-graders score better than expected on math

The Christian Science Monitor

Why Obama job creation plan focuses on small business

Obama jobs plan: big ideas, but a big hole to fill in hiring

Obama offers aid package to small business
Obama splits the difference on job creation

Was Obama’s promise of a post-partisan era ever possible?

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed begins search for Atlanta's next police chief

The Washington Post

Action on job proposals may wait till next year

Black Caucus calls on Obama for more help for African Americans

District leaps forward in math

Government to settle suit over Indian land trusts

Lawmakers growing frustrated with mortgage-relief failures

Mr. Obama's jobs plan

Detroit Free Press

Rescue Detroit's children

Do something: Don't let kids take the fall

Calls for government help in school reform growing

Kilpatrick returns to witness stand as restitution hearing resumes

Kilpatrick, Civic Fund could face penalties

Chicago Tribune

Daley announces plans for small business loans

Students fight youth violence

Stimulus II? Stop

Los Angeles Times

Job growth in California is going green

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