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Today in Black America - March 10

POSTED: March 10, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Wisconsin Senate Limits Bargaining by Public Workers


Illinois Governor Signs Capital Punishment Ban

Christie’s Talk Is Blunt, but Not Always Straight

Amid Battle to Cut Spending, Republicans Turn Spotlight to Jobs

Resignation Comes at Sensitive Time for NPR

Most Public Schools May Miss Targets, Education Secretary Says

Police in Los Angeles Step Up Efforts to Gain Muslims’ Trust

New York City Fared Better in Recession Than Thought

Cuomo Vows Personal Push to Legalize Gay Marriage


The Detroit Free Press


Sisters who died in house that was fire-bombed were good, responsible kids, principal says

Rochelle Riley: Educator tells legislators that teacher tenure hurts children

Ordinance would give felons break

Detroit cops, ex-police chief deny ever having or destroying e-mails related to Tamara Greene


The Christian Science Monitor

Did Wisconsin Senate choose nuclear option in collective-bargaining fight?

Bell, Calif., vents its anger in recall vote, then asks: What now?


Illinois abolishes death penalty, will other Midwest states follow?


Just what did South Africa's Zuma tell Qaddafi in a phone call?



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Metro Atlanta unemployment rises to 10.4 percent in January

Reed to unveil pension plan


The Star Ledger


N.J. local governments' spending on lobbyists drops by more than half in past year

Obama nominates Monroe resident as U.S. marshal for N.J.

N.J. files complaints against 11 mortgage firms in crackdown on unlicensed businesses

Witness testifies against reputed Bloods gang member in Irvington quadruple killing trial


The Baltimore Sun


Md. Senate gives initial approval to in-state tuition for illegal immigrants

Science education lacking in Maryland


The Washington Post


Wis. Senate strips public workers' union rights

Florida Republicans target ex-felons' voting rights

King's House hearing to bring debate on Islam to the fore


Peter King was vocal IRA supporter

NAACP to King: Drop effort to stereotype Muslims

Award-winning journalist David Broder dies


Columnist David Broder's remarkable life and career

Gray consultant Brooks linked to lottery dispute


Henderson named D.C. chancellor


Baker to unveil Pr. Geo.'s budget


Chicago Tribune

Ban about accuracy, not morality

Gov. Pat Quinn turned to Bible and writings of late Cardinal Joseph Bernardin for difficult death penalty decision

Burke: No 'Council Wars' repeat


Colleges urged to screen more for depression

Stroger seeks jobless benefits; what he really needs is advice

Video shows Streamwood cop striking man at traffic stop


The Los Angeles Times


Rizzo stole more than $5 million, prosecutors say

L.A. council race renews debate on labor's clout

Gov. Jerry Brown's prophecy isn't pretty


Gov. Jerry Brown pitches his budget plan on Republican turf

Merger of 2 organizations would create California's largest charter school operation


USA Today


Man arrested in MLK Day bombing attempt

Report: Spokane bomb suspect is Army vet, white supremacist

For teachers, many ways and reasons to cheat on tests

Population drastically declines in Ohio cities




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