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Today in Black America - March 30

POSTED: March 30, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Companies Push to Repeal Provision of Health Law

Spurt of Home Buying as End of Tax Credit Looms

U.S. Names Education Grant Winners

G.O.P. Opens Inquiry on Club Expenditure

Militia Charged With Plotting to Murder Officers

9 Teenagers Accused of Bullying That Led to Suicide

The Magic Potion

The Christian Science Monitor

Is any work better than no work? Not for unemployment benefits.

Beyond Haiti relief, UN looks at building outside Port-au-Prince

Five months of higher spending, six months of flat income

Obama toughens up

Baltimore Sun

Judicial elections bill stalled in committees

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Developer H.J. Russell counts on variety for survival

Detroit Free Press

Feds: Michigan-based religious militia group plotted to kill cops

It's children crooks in DPS are robbing

Radio star Tom Joyner starts recruiting for DPS

The Washington Post

Obama shifts focus from foreign populations to leaders

RNC expense report renews criticism about Steele's spending

Palin steps up rhetoric against her detractors

Under shadow of 1957, Arkansas stays out of health-care fight

FDA pressured to combat rising 'food fraud'

U.S. prep schools push to recruit foreign students

Red tape holds up federal funding for local AIDS programs

Md. lawmakers consider tax credit to aid private schools

Gray says he'll take on Fenty for D.C. mayor's job

Los Angeles Times

From bucolic bliss to 'gated ghetto'

Instead of an economic shot in the arm, a shot in the foot

Mayor backs Alarcon's plan to OK DWP rate increase

Bill would cap payday loan interest for jobless

Star Ledger

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie's approval rating drops 9 points after budget proposal

Herbert Glenn, Marcella Wilson are expected to be named GOP's candidate for Essex County positions

Ras Baraka among Newark candidates to get top positions on election ballot

All Stars Project of N.J. announces $9M fundraising project for Newark after-school programs

Chicago Tribune

New Democratic team greets voters

Daley’s beleaguered ethics aide quits

Reliance on local money drives school funding imbalances

Right’s anger could backfire

Obama polling starting to become suspect ---numbers may be flawed, but need to attack misconceptions is real

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