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Today in Black America - March 4

POSTED: March 04, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

No-Child Law Is a Highlight of Hearing on Education

Rangel Steps Aside From Post During Ethics Inquiry

Many Potential Successors if Rangel Retires

House Votes to Protect Pupils Against Abusive Discipline

Teacher Firings on the Table in Rhode Island

Paterson’s Ethics Breach Is Turned Over to Prosecutors

Bad Science and Bad Policy

Baltimore Sun

Md. prosecutors, police urge tightening of anti-gang laws

Archdiocese to close 13 schools in city, county

3 reputed cult members convicted in toddler's death

The Christian Science Monitor

Why Charlie Rangel stepped down as Ways and Means chairman

As scandal mounts, New York Governor David Paterson urged to step down

Healthcare reform: Obama nudges Congress toward reconciliation

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Low count in census cost DeKalb $41 million

Detroit Free Press

DPS, Bobb told to stop squabbling or risk losing $115M in U.S. grants

DPS workers denounce $81K raise for Bobb

Detroit Public Schools gets $4 million for 11 properties

Judge: 8 cops can review Tamara Greene files

The Washington Post

Obama tries to remain calm during political storm

Karl Rove's memoir takes to the defense of the Bush legacy

Obama says home-retrofitting plan would save energy, create jobs

Republican fundraising document portrays Democrats as evil

New formula to give fresh look at U.S. poverty

Barry says he can still be effective force on D.C. Council

Landmark gun curb faces test in Virginia Senate

Los Angeles Times

Jerry Brown says he offers 'insider's knowledge' and an 'outsider's mind'

Team overseeing national database of dangerous or incompetent caregivers is removed

L.A. Mayor Villaraigosa endorses former Assembly Speaker Karen Bass for Congress

Chicago Tribune

Truth and Soul still bringing positive change

CPS offers elite spots to best students in worst elementary schools

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