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Today in Black America - March 29

POSTED: March 29, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Lawmakers Face Fallout at Home From Health Vote

Coverage Now for Sick Children? Check Fine Print

Democrats Defend Appointments

With No Jobs, Plenty of Time for Tea Party

Rift Exposes Split in Views on Mideast

Overqualified? Yes, but Happy to Have a Job

Count Us in Favor

The Legal Assault on Health Reforms


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City playing catch-up on Internet speed

Neighborhood pauses to mark resurgence

Cars put them on the road to upward mobility

Dixon calls budget draft a 'scare tactic'

50 years ago, department store lunch counters opened to blacks


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's surprise Afghanistan trip begins life after healthcare

Sarah Palin's gun-imagery takes aim at political targets

Human Rights Watch says Lord's Resistance Army rampage killed 321 in the Congo


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cheryl King: former head of Transit Planning Board now aboard MARTA

Reed: City will boost small business contracts

Home ownership program helps neighborhoods


Detroit Free Press

Alleged militia members to appear before judge

DPS: Scam cost $57M

Kilpatrick campaign fund money a mystery

Jackson: Our quest is the same

Tensions grow as schools plan more cutbacks


Star Ledger

Report says fears of job loss hit southern N.J. public-sector workers

U.S. Sen. Frank Lautenberg, visibly changed by cancer, returns to Washington

Haitians in New Jersey take in relatives, friends affected by earthquake


Los Angeles Times

U.S. officials eager to climb aboard Villaraigosa's L.A. transit plan

Parents fear students may lose placement outside L.A. Unified

Mobile clinic's return puts focus on follow-up care


Washington Post

Obama presses Karzai for cooperation

The president's ratings on Afghanistan

Defense investigates information-operations contractors

Bricks thrown through GOP office windows in Charlottesville

Bus riders see inequities in proposed Metro fare increases

Renewal, not restoration, should be the goal for Haiti


Chicago Tribune

Sleep-related deaths higher among African-American infants in Cook County, study finds

Housing crisis drives families into overcrowded living conditions

Sheila Simon vows to campaign for lieutenant governor on her own merits

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