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Today in Black America - July 7

POSTED: July 07, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Justice Dept. Sues Arizona Over Its Immigration Law

Arizona Law Causes Split for Governors Sharing Border

Obama to Bypass Senate to Name Health Official

Racial Motive Alleged in a Justice Dept. Decision

Language Help for City’s Immigrants Falls Short


Baltimore Sun

N.Y. official to lead Baltimore's health department

Technology comes to Baltimore's public libraries

City schools food director to go part-time, but promises full-time commitment

Maryland attorney general to run unopposed


The Christian Science Monitor

BP oil spill: Claims can't make up losses for many Gulf residents

Should Kenya lawmakers earn $175,000 a year salary?

In land of few burqas, France debates a ban

US-Israel relationship is as tight as ever, Obama and Netanyahu say


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Group asks FBI to probe suspected arson at Marietta mosque

Next governor faces shaping up schools


Detroit Free Press

Harvey Fuqua was mentor to Marvin Gaye

Racial threats investigated by Eastpointe police

Riddle requests temporary release from jail to visit his ill mother

Students picking major by matching passion, demand


The Washington Post

Many Republican leaders bypassing RNC chief Steele ahead of midterms

Democrats digging harder than ever for dirt on Republicans

Netanyahu hears no discouraging words from Obama

Oil in Lake Pontchartrain stokes worries in New Orleans

Maryland prison guard among 15 accused of helping Black Guerilla Family gang

Student fatally shot in D.C. was 'ready for the next chapter'


Philadelphia Inquirer

Uproar follows new Pa. budget

Philadelphia collects more than expected from tax-amnesty program

Camp teaches black and Latino children to make healthy choices


Star Ledger

N.J. lawmakers' plan for 2 percent property tax cap inches closer to reality

Audit shows public land leases to private firms continue to trouble N.J.

Hundreds of Jersey City residents ask governor to void superintendent's contract extension


Chicago Tribune

Concerns rise as strike continues

Blagojevich told FBI of 'firewall'

Race cases win gun rights for all


Los Angeles Times

Boxer opens her campaign with an emphasis on jobs

Fremont High's grand experiment begins

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