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Today in Black America - March 31

POSTED: March 31, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Insurers to Comply With Rules on Children

Census Day Is Near, Carrying a Weight Far Beyond the Raw Numbers

Justices Set Aside Ruling on Mutual Fund Fees

Georgia Attorney General Spurns Suit on Health Care

Uproar Over School Cafeteria That Doubled as a Nightclub

9th Member of Militia Arrested

City to End Program Giving Cash to the Poor

Paterson Delays School Aid, Citing State’s Lack of Money

Baltimore Sun

Ehrlich announces run for governor

Ehrlich 'missed being part of the debate'

Minority leadership lagging at nonprofits, report says

Budget cuts would eliminate four of 10 Main Streets projects

The Christian Science Monitor

GOP fires Allison Meyers as strip-club scandal taints party
Student loan reform: What will it mean for students?

Opinion polls: Obama's health care reform law not a winner so far

Haiti reconstruction starts at home, groups say ahead of UN donor conference

Atlanta Journal Constitution

10 schools remain on DeKalb closure list

House GOP lawmakers file bill of impeachment against Thurbert Baker

Critics complain Atlanta police chief search is too 'secretive'

The Washington Post

In blueprint for Haiti, U.S. takes new approach to aid

U.S. forces set sights on Taliban bastion of Kandahar

Fired RNC staffer led program to recruit young donors

The party's over for RNC head Michael Steele

Holding back job growth? Workers' awesome output

White House to seek input on roles of private contractors, federal workers

FDA reviewing whether to ban menthol cigarettes

Vincent Gray officially enters race for D.C. mayor

District shooting kills three, wounds at least six others

Detroit Free Press

Hutaree militia member charged weeks after getting hitched

Ex-official facing DPS suit loses job offer

Court won't force district to repay taxpayers

Kids make passionate, teary pleas for schools

The Los Angeles Times

California should seek to block healthcare plan, Whitman says

L.A. council votes to increase DWP rates

'MLK: A Call to Conscience' displays a more radical Martin Luther King Jr.

Latino groups to release voting score card on immigration issues

Star Ledger

HIV, AIDS cases rise sharply for N.J. senior citizens in recent years

N.J. Gov. Chris Christie defends school cuts, gears up to fight teachers union

U.S. Census Bureau officials alarmed by low response from N.J. residents

Gov. Chris Christie gets chilly reception at Montclair High School visit

Chicago Tribune

McDonald’s exec rose from poverty to golden arches

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