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Today in Black America - March 2

POSTED: March 02, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Tax Cut May Carve Into the Budgets of 19 States

Governors Seek Help on Medicaid Costs

Spokesman Loses Job for Sharing His E-Mail


Union Pay Isn’t Busting State Budgets

Wisconsin Budget Would Slash School and Municipal Aid

Police Departments Turn to Volunteers

More College Graduates Take Public Service Jobs

Assembly Will Push to Keep Tax Increase on High Earners, Defying Cuomo’s Wishes

Cuomo Seeks Speedy Change in Teacher Evaluations


The Detroit Free Press

Analysis: Why Glenn Beck is wrong about Detroit

Stephen Henderson: Blame game won't solve Detroit's problems

Gov. Snyder extends Robert Bobb's DPS contract through June


Precincts on way back as Detroit restructures police

'This is not Wisconsin,' Gov. Snyder tells building trades group

Michigan religious leaders oppose Arizona-like immigration bill


The Christian Science Monitor

White House marks Women's History Month with 50-year progress report

If Gov. Scott Walker prevails, will Wisconsin look more like the South?

Supreme Court: Hospital punished worker for being in Army Reserves

Is Obama unbeatable in the 2012 presidential election?


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Bill targets Obama citizenship claims

Parents blast DeKalb school closures


Pre-k succeeding in Ga., study says

Atlanta board picks firm to find next superintendent



The Star Ledger

Report: Immigrants living in N.J. healthier than their native counterparts


First municipal budget database is launched by N.J. nonprofit organization

Security guards, custodians at Newark's Gateway complex rally for better pay, benefits


Schools Development Authority CEO mum on spending plan for poor districts

Democratic scuffle in N.J. Senate delays approval of acting education chief Cerf



The Baltimore Sun


County executives, Baltimore mayor line up behind gas tax

Baltimore County seeks tougher penalties for graffiti vandals


Chicago Tribune


Weis out as police boss; Hillard back as interim


Lisa Madigan says gun owners' names should be public

Quinn under pressure on death penalty

State probes religious foster care agencies over discrimination

Rapper Rhymefest picks up endorsement of three former foes in South Side aldermanic contest


The Washington Post

Congress avoids a shutdown for now

Protests grow in Ohio as vote on union rights draws near

Poll: Scott Walker losing P.R. battle

Supreme Court ruling: No 'personal privacy' for corporations


D.C. economy helps city's budget, Gray says

Federal workers union gathers uneasily for conference

Brown vows to 'win back trust'

UDC president expenses questioned


The Los Angeles Times

Hospitalized Calif. inmates costing taxpayers millions

California teachers' supplemental pension plan criticized


L.A. school board to close six charter schools caught cheating

Clutching at hope during hard times

Candidates for L.A. Community College District board urge greater scrutiny of system

Gov. Jerry Brown talks pensions, prisons at police chiefs meeting

L.A. school board to close six charter schools caught cheating


USA Today

Holder: No favoritism to New Black Panther Party


Spread between bank deposit and loan rates still high








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