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Today in Black America - July 20

POSTED: July 20, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Set to End Stalemate and Extend Jobless Aid

Polls Find Wide Support For Jobless Benefit Extension

California Blacks Split Over Marijuana Measure

Remarks About N.A.A.C.P. Leader Cause Feud Within Tea Party

New York Will Make Standardized Exams Tougher

Stricter Rules Likely to Make Fewer Eligible for City Rent Subsidies

We're Not Ready

Baltimore Sun

Focus on shootings contributed to neglect of city rape claims, Bealefeld says

Health care reform task force passes interim plan

In tough times, fewer jobs for teens

Volunteers, advocates offer day of free HIV testing

Biden comes to town for O'Malley

The Christian Science Monitor

Beyond unemployment insurance: Six ideas to lift the economy

Elena Kagan denies 'substantive' discussion of health-care case

Why Israel is leaning on Egypt's Hosni Mubarak to nudge peace process

Star Ledger

Atlanta CEO fatally shot in Newark park by Essex sheriff's detective flew in for school reunion

West African man to face sentencing today in Newark human trafficking case

All three Camden city libraries face closure due to budget cuts

Years-long probe into Trenton gang warfare cases led to indictment of 15

N.J. faces $10.5B budget deficit heading into next year

N.J. health chief is questioned about Christie's $7.5M grant cut for family planning clinics

Newark council defers vote on creation of municipal utilities authority

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Resigned USDA official says racial story misconstrued

City Hall East: one-stop shopping for the office?

Atlanta City Council approves leases with AirTran, other airlines

Philadelphia Inquirer

Pennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Corbett dogged by jobless comments

Prosecutors: Philadelphia officer says drug rip-off was not his first

Rendell calls on lawmakers to act on road maintenance

Advocates decry New Jersey changes in AIDS, HIV assistance

Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick, wife, father to give depositions in Greene suit

Detroit Public Schools security officers rally

The Washington Post

Novice lawmaker's vote for stimulus stirs anger in conservative Pa. district

To Congressional Black Caucus, Rep. Steve Cohen remains an admired outsider

Republican immigration position likely to alienate Latinos, Obama officials say

Gel found to reduce AIDS risk in women

D.C. mayor names new chief of juvenile justice agency

Readers jump in to rescue basketball league for NE youths

The Tea Party must purge racism from its ranks

Chicago Tribune

'No one knows the pain' of slain police officers' families

'Mystery patients' help uncover medical errors

Los Angeles Times

Obama's man of faith has dual roles

Oakland could go to pot in a big way with four proposed factory farms

Residents irate as Bell council requests report on salaries

Los Angeles' plan to outsource Fire Department billing draws heat

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