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Today in Black America - March 22

POSTED: March 22, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

House Approves Health Overhaul, Sending Landmark Bill to Obama

For Consumers, Clarity on Health Care Changes

Another Long March in the Name of Change

Big Win for Obama, but at What Cost?

At Rally, Call for Urgency on Immigration Reform

Nonprofit Groups Foresee Tough Year

Promised Land

A Ruinous Meltdown

Ex-Offenders and the Vote
 

The Christian Science Monitor

Haiti races to house post-quake homeless before the rainy season

Health care vote results: bill passes, Obama to sign it into law

Health care reform bill 101: Who gets subsidized insurance?

Wal-Mart ‘All black people leave’ arrest a media wake-up call

ACORN sliding toward bankruptcy?


Baltimore Sun

After the fall

Report: City population has dipped since 2000

State's present increasingly at odds with its Southern legacy

Douglass society signs agreement with sculptor

City council to get bill on hiring union workers


Atlanta Journal Constitution

House boosts college aid for students in need

Appointee plans big changes for King Center

Obama makes a deal to close Gitmo


Detroit Free Press

Metro cities look at layoffs, closures

The Kilpatricks and the feds: A game of cat and mouse

FBI sting leads from N.J. to Kilpatricks

Detroit city officials hopeful deal will bring jobs

Plea offer in works for Riddle, trial set in domestic violence case


The Washington Post

House passes health-care reform bill without Republican votes

Stupak called 'baby-killer' on House floor

Republican lawmakers stir up the 'tea party' crowd

Michael Steele's disgraceful comments on Tea Party epithets

House approves huge changes to student loan program

Three closed D.C. schools won't reopen soon


Los Angeles Times

House passage of a comprehensive reform bill puts the nation on the path to universal health insurance.

Healthcare fight was Obama's proving ground

Democrats vie for union endorsements

Whitman's conservative core


Star Ledger

N.J. Assembly votes on public employee pension changes

N.J. lawmakers play key roles in passing U.S. health care bill

FAQs on New Jersey and the U.S. health care system

Gov. Chris Christie's budget cuts add to Newark's economic hardships


Chicago Tribune

Muslim leaders urge census participation

Stroke can’t keep single father from trying to care for son

Panelists urge Obama to address blacks’ needs





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