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Today in Black America - April 12

POSTED: April 12, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrat Predicts Speedy Court Confirmation. Republicans Sound Note of Caution.

G.O.P. Weighs Political Price of Court Fight

At G.O.P. Conference, Steele Admits ‘Mistakes’

1994 Republican Rout Is Casting Shadow in 2010

A Rise in Violent Crime Evokes City’s Unruly Past

First, They Get Rid of the Law Clinics

The Christian Science Monitor

Confederate History Month fight: Obama rebukes Virginia governor

McDonnell Confederate history storm: slavery, treason, and true Southern courage

Justice Stevens retirement portends long, hot political summer

Filling John Paul Stevens Supreme Court vacancy big test for Obama

Baltimore Sun

Thorny city budget season looms

Atlanta Journal Constitution

State lawmakers return with plenty left to do

Metro Atlanta foreclosure notices decline in April

Detroit Free Press

Embattled DPS contractor spent lavishly, lawsuit shows

The key partners

The Washington Post

Mississippi Gov. Barbour defends McDonnell's Confederate proclamation
Republicans say Obama's Supreme Court pick must be mainstream

Bill to extend jobless benefits faces Senate showdown

State, local government budgets hamper census outreach

Hispanics skeptical that Obama, Democrats will deliver immigration overhaul

Monday will be a cliffhanger day for Md. assembly

Star Ledger

Gov. Christie's budget could cost state millions in federal grants

New Essex County College president comes with passion to improve school

Newark police department strives to improve community relations

Fewer N.J. school districts asking voters for money in extra ballot questions

Chicago Tribune

Recovering skinhead tries to open eyes of closed minds

It’s not hate, it’s hateful history

Los Angeles Times

Thousands of Anthem Blue Cross customers await decision on rate hikes

These debates may be dry, but the settings aren't

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