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The National Negro Medical Association, now known as the National Medical Association, was founded in 1895.

Today in Black America - April 5

POSTED: April 05, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Tea Party Groups Make Harry Reid Target No. 1

New Health Initiatives Put Spotlight on Prevention

Contesting Jobless Claims Becomes a Boom Industry

Is President Obama Fulfilling Clinton’s Promise?

Greenspan Cites Economic ‘Momentum’

For Haitian-American Doctors, a Call to Return

We Still Don’t Hear Him

Healthy, and Safe, School Lunches

The Christian Science Monitor

Amid harsh criticisms, 'tea party' slips into the mainstream

Guardians of the free Republics looked to Gandhi, King, and Mandela

On jobs vs. high unemployment, Obama has political balancing act

Jobs growth in March seen throughout the economy

Baltimore Sun

Many bills, little time for legislators

Ehrlich to keep his radio show until he files for governor's race

Md. tea party group might qualify as lobbyist

The Washington Post

Obamas celebrate Easter in SE Washington church

Jobless rate may rise as many are drawn back to labor force

Obama's uphill battles continue

Halter challenges Arkansas' Lincoln from left in Senate race

After years as justice, John Paul Stevens wants what's 'best for the court'

Budget-cutting Md. counties hear complaints within ranks

Detroit Free Press

Census battling fear, confusion with aid at stake in metro Detroit

Big plans for the future Detroit

Volunteers work on bits of beauty for Detroit

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Path appears clear for property tax reform bill

Budget cuts likely to last beyond 2010, Atlanta school officials say

Drum Major Awards honor several for carrying MLK legacy

Star Ledger

N.J. Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver forges her own style

Unbowed, Sharpe James is set to return to Newark
Newark Central Ward Councilman Charlie Bell acknowledges biographical errors

Newark Mayor Cory Booker kicks off re-election campaign

Los Angeles Times

Assault charges filed against deputies accused of punching and kicking inmate

Californians take generally positive view of healthcare reform

Meg Whitman's deep pockets put her ahead of Jerry Brown

Chicago Tribune

Illinois tea party at a crossroads

Civil rights lessons from James Armstrong’s barber chair

A Chicago job crisis

Work at home? Not so darn fast

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