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Today in Black America - March 25

POSTED: March 25, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

After Health Vote, Threats on Democrats

G.O.P. Forces New House Vote on Package of Health Bill Changes

A Grand Achievement, or a Lost Opportunity?

Attorney General Moves to Forefront of Virginia Conservative Resurgence

Free Speech Debated After Ann Coulter Cancels Appearance

A ‘Jail’ for Children Stirs a Ruckus in Brooklyn

From Mrs. Obama’s Garden
 
Escaping From Poverty

House of Anger


The Christian Science Monitor

Gallup: Healthcare reform a 'political victory' for Obama

Was Rep. Tom Perriello targeted for his vote on healthcare bill?

Health care reform bill 101: rules for preexisting conditions

US 'report card' on reading: 8th-graders gain, 4th-graders don't

Busing to end in Wake County, N.C. Goodbye, school diversity?


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County schools chief wins praise for raising achievement despite rise in poverty

O'Malley creates group to oversee health care reforms in Md.

Worst-case city budget cuts police, fire, recreation

Businesses to get tax credits for hiring unemployed


Detroit Free Press

Beatty got $100K from Kilpatrick civic fund

Judge to rule April 20 on Kilpatrick's probation case

Riddle to get a new lawyer in bribe case

Parents heed call to see what they should expect from schools

Ex-Detroit police chief considers run for judge


The Washington Post

Lawmakers concerned as health-care overhaul foes resort to violence

Rep. Artur Davis seeks to become Alabama's first African American governor

We have something to fear from fear-mongering itself

John Dingell's health-care moment

Health care and the New Nullifiers

After 100 years, Urban League still focused on housing, jobs

ACORN's Capitol Hill office shutting down

Report finds rise in D.C. poverty to nearly 1 in 5 residents


Chicago Tribune

Illinois school budgets at the breaking point

Students lament state of school meals

Edward Vrdolyak to take fight to Supreme Court


Los Angeles Times

Regents apologize for racist incidents at UC San Diego

Southern California counties rebounding from population declines

California Legislature's approval rating hits record low


Star Ledger

Opposing candidates stand together against budget cuts at Newark school board debate

Missing Newark teen's brother may have 'mischaracterized' alleged confession by suspect, officials say

Without bodies of five missing Newark teens, prosecutors face challenges

Newark cocaine kingpin pleads guilty, faces up to 20 years prison

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