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Today in Black America - February 22

POSTED: February 22, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama to Urge Oversight of Insurers’ Rate Increases

Obama to Propose New Reading and Math Standards

With the Senate Set to Vote on Jobs Bill, Governors Say They Still Need Assistance

Health Executive to Lead N.A.A.C.P.

Millions of Unemployed Face Years Without Jobs

City’s New Plan on Affordable Housing: Build Less, Preserve More

Paterson, Before Meeting Obama, Hones Message

City’s Public Hospitals Fear Huge Loss in Subsidies

Open the Door

Falling Further Behind

The Christian Science Monitor

Joe Stack IRS attack and the growth of the tax resistance movement

Mortgage delinquencies may be peaking, but housing market far from normal

'Torture memos' authors: Rebuked but won't be disbarred

Baltimore Sun

Md. woman selected as NAACP chairman

Growing minority enrollment forces schools to adapt

Facing the fear of foreclosure

Hilbert D. Stanley

The Washington Post

'Cadillac tax' on health plans would hit union and nonunion jobs equally

Obama proposal targets insurance-rate increases

Young can benefit from a Roth IRA

Democratic senatorial candidates vie to be seen as outsiders

For summer jobs, teens flock to Six Flags in Md.

Detroit Free Press

Feds have evidence ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick took bribes

Designed to take out Mafia, RICO can be a lethal weapon

Charged so far in U.S. corruption investigation

Riddle is back on tether after contact with ex

Detroit native educates African Americans at Yosemite about role in West

Detroiter to spread gospel of international relations

Los Angeles Times

Study on religion finds young adults less affiliated but not less believing

Arnold Schwarzenegger criticizes fellow Republicans

Community colleges must share in higher education recovery

UC San Diego officials meet with students angry about off-campus 'Compton Cookout'

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Spelman trial: Benton gets life plus 25 years in murder of Jasmine Lynn

McEachern HS creates fund to provide funeral assistance for Rajaan Bennett’s family

Community helping family of slain McEachern football star

Chicago Tribune

Census rule change fuels debate about counting inmates

Changing the hard cases

Lesson from the street: Don’t back down

Star Ledger

Newark's Paradise Baptist Church promotes minority applications to police, fire jobs

Civil rights leader, Montclair resident subject of new film

Vacant lots in Newark to be turned into housing, education complex


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