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Today in Black America - March 4

POSTED: March 04, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Open Talks by Offering $6.5 Billion More in Cuts

Judge Stays Own Ruling Against Health Care Law

House Votes to Help Small Businesses Comply With Health Bill, but Relief Is Held Up

Wisconsin Governor Says He Will Begin Issuing Layoff Warnings to Unions

Without Loan Giants, 30-Year Mortgage May Fade Away

Braun E-Mails Suggest Factors That Led to Loss

Education Secretary Cautions Districts About Layoffs

CUNY Adjusts Amid Tide of Remedial Students

Newly Free, Man Recalls Encounter With Police

The Detroit Free Press

Poll: Michigan voters cool to Gov. Snyder K-12 cut

Voters are OK with Gov. Rick Snyder's cuts to revenue sharing for cities

Detroit Police seek warrant in Aiyana Stanley-Jones's fatal shooting

More health help is coming to Detroit

Soon, a talk with Detroit City Council could be no farther than your computer

The Christian Science Monitor

Ohio's union bill is tougher than Wisconsin's, so where is the outrage?

Newt Gingrich: What's he 'exploring,' anyway?

Budget cuts: White House says it has come halfway to meet GOP

As world focuses on Libya, more than 100 killed in Sudan border town

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Grady to close clinics

Democrats, students challenge HOPE bill

Hundreds line up for mortgage help

The Star Ledger

Five Irvington teens are charged with attacking teacher, face expulsion from high school

N.J. union officials at rally say public safety workers are unfairly blamed for budget problems

Rutgers professor is appointed as tie-breaking 11th member on N.J. redistricting commission

N.J. Senate is unable to override 5 job creation bills Gov. Christie vetoed

Paterson to cut 267 additional jobs from city payroll

Chicago Tribune

Emanuel wants top cop and schools chief by start of term

Emanuel says secretly funded group should reveal donors in election

Coalition asks what parents know about youth drug abuse

IIT alums redouble efforts to recruit African-Americans

Hillard's return just warm-up for real drama

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore lawyer admits to rigging tax sales in property lien auctions

High court hears corruption case vs. Councilwoman Holton

O'Malley wind plan draws questions

Maryland shows increase in economic activity

The Washington Post

Obama administration prepares for possibility of new post-revolt Islamist regimes

Americans angry and ignorant about the budget

Unemployment report may hint at recovery

Democrats embrace new strategy: fleeing

Judge: States must continue implementing health-care law

Gray orders new checks on appointees; source says Sulaimon Brown had thorough vetting

Hospital, union brace for nurses' strike

The Los Angeles Times

Rizzo ordered pay split, Bell clerk testifies

DWP has been slow to spend millions in federal stimulus funds, L.A. audit finds

Markups by 'body shops' inflate the public's cost

Limiting unions is just part of Wisconsin governor's agenda

U.S. gun-tracing operation let firearms into criminal hands

Ivory Coast violence could point to civil war

USA Today

Economic recovery colors federal budget debate

President Obama tells Libya's Gadhafi to step down

Judge orders protesters out of Wisconsin Capitol

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