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Today in Black America - March 17

POSTED: March 17, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Consider New Moves for Health Bill

Senate G.O.P. Leader Finds Weapon in Party Unity

States’ Rights Is Rallying Cry of Resistance for Lawmakers

Administration Seeks Converts to Education Plan

Obama to Take Questions From Fox News
 
Paterson Aide Is Said to Ignore Subpoena

Bibi’s Tense Time-Out


Baltimore Sun

Street A-rabs might get seized horses back

Ehrlich speaks of Md.'s problem as 'Annapolis'

Dixon sends city bill for $260 in hair styling


The Christian Science Monitor

'Deem and pass': Democrats' new tactic for healthcare reform bill

Eric Holder: US does not expect to capture Osama bin Laden alive

Inside Al Shabab: How the Somalia militant group rules through fear

FCC national broadband plan: a vision for the nation


The Washington Post

Obama's health-care reform speech in Ohio convinces a few skeptics

House Democrats scramble to ensure adequate deficit reduction in health bill

U.S. Chamber of Commerce sets sights on Democrats ahead of midterm elections

How the FCC's new national broadband plan is expected to affect consumers

Immigrants vulnerable as recession spurs more bosses to shortchange workers

Senate votes against reopening D.C. voucher program

The administration keeps the right principles in amending No Child Left Behind


Atlanta Journal Constitution

‘Where are our children going to go?'

Alleged Crips gang members indicted in killing of 11-year-old


Detroit Free Press

5-year plan's goal: Save DPS

What plan would mean for schools, students

Data on city, neighborhoods back up district plan

Bobb charts path to a stronger DPS


Los Angeles Times

California's prison population falls for the third straight year

More homeowners are opting for 'strategic defaults'

Schwarzenegger to veto Democrats' public transit cuts

Few blacks serve in top U.S. diplomatic posts

Charles Moore dies at 79; photojournalist's work brought national attention to civil rights movement


Star Ledger

N.J. Gov. 'Wrecking Ball' Christie swings budget ax, misses tax cut for wealthy

Reactions to N.J. Gov. Chris Christie's budget proposal


Chicago Tribune

Daley secretly questioned by FBI in 2008 over real estate controversy

Health reform: Would it ease challenges for medical centers serving Chicago’s poor?

Census resisters cite distrust of government

Who has the right to collect and store your DNA?

Have you no shame, Ms. Cheney?

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