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Today in Black America - March 23

POSTED: March 23, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

G.O.P. Faces Drawbacks of United Stand on Health Bill

Lessons for the Democrats, Some Perhaps Cautionary, After a Signal Triumph

Health Measure’s Opponents Plan Legal Challenges

How the Health Care Overhaul Could Affect You

For Democrats, a Win Is a Win
An Absence of Class

Justices to Weigh Law on Gaining Citizenship via Parents

Bank Panel Clears Bill on Overhaul

State Senate, Trying to Trim Deficit, Offers Budget Plan Cutting $1.4 Billion From Schools

Baltimore Sun

Panel points to waste, inefficiencies in analysis of Baltimore government

Recession hits Baltimore, but employers cut far fewer jobs in '09

Coverage could be years off for Md.'s uninsured

The Christian Science Monitor

Health care reform bill 101: what the bill means to you

Health care bill victory: Obama's historic moment

Health care reform law is only half a loaf

Mexicans skeptical of US immigration reform in wake of DC march

At Washington's immigration reform march, a warning from Latinos

Detroit Free Press

A health vote falls in place after phone call from Obama

Health care trumps pettiness, politics

The Washington Post

How Obama revived his health-care bill

For historic vote on heath-care reform, Pelosi wielded potent symbol: The gavel

GOP state leaders vow to fight health-care legislation

White House to open a public debate on housing finance reform

ACORN disbanding because of money woes, scandal

D.C. Council questions Rhee's plan to reassign Hardy principal

The health-care bill: A glorious mess


State aid reductions force N.J. school boards to cut staffs, including teachers

N.J. panel takes comments on Gov. Chris Christie's proposed $29.3B spending plan

Two men are charged with killing five teens who vanished 30 years ago in Newark

Irvington teen wins scholarship as she overcomes adversity

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Trial begins to decide whether DeKalb County discriminated against white managers

Reed says he'll come after absentee landowners

Los Angeles Times

Governor, lawmakers agree to early budget package

Student aid overhaul passes House

Meg Whitman sets record spending pace in campaign for governor

Chicago Tribune

State House backs 4-day school week

Chicago high schoolers to demand better food at board meeting

Beck’s gospel of extreme paranoia

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