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Today in Black America - September 20

POSTED: September 20, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Proposes $320 Billion in Medicare and Medicaid Cuts Over 10 Years

Obama Draws New Hard Line on Long-Term Debt Reduction

A Call for Fairness

Republicans Sought Clean-Energy Money for Home States

2010 Data Show Surge in Poor Young Families


Public Schools Face the Rising Costs of Serving Lunch

Moving Jobs Across Hudson, Company Wins Tax Breaks From Both Sides



The Christian Science Monitor

Obama deficit plan: Is there ever a good time for a tax increase?


Troy Davis makes 'unprecedented' bid for clemency. Will it save his life?

Violent crime falls again: why some experts are 'stumped'

Obama trip to UN: why it's not all about Palestinian statehood


The Washington Post

Obama proposes new taxes on wealthy for half of debt plan


Old debate on taxes in new landscape

Obama eyes federal retirement plans

Obama’s tax plan is common sense, not class warfare

Bowie State student held in roommate’s death

D.C. Council prepares to raise taxes on wealthy

Barry-backed candidate loses in Ward 8


The Star Ledger


After a dip in 2009, N.J. homicides spiked in 2010, FBI report shows

Sen. Loretta Weinberg requests 24-hour notice prior to governor's out-of-state political travels

In town hall meeting, Gov. Chris Christie challenges N.J. Legislature to advance his agenda

Newark corruption trial: Contractor says businessman didn't bribe ex-deputy mayor


N.J. Senate panel approves bill to spare minors from prostitution charges

U.S. Court of Appeals orders rehearing on Carl Lewis' eligibility to run for N.J. Senate


The Detroit Free Press


Ex-DPS exec Stephen Hill gets prison in kickback scheme

Former Ecorse official headed to prison in pay-to-play scheme

Gov. Snyder promotes Detroit workforce partnership


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Parole board delays decision on Troy Davis' fate

Ga. appeals No Child Left Behind

Leaders look to business community for $500,000 to fund health care study


Judge in jail case modifies requirements


The Baltimore Sun

City schools launch attendance campaign

Study: Crime cameras a cost-effective deterrent

O'Malley administration opposes Constellation-Exelon deal

Md. student held without bond in fatal stabbing

Howard panel supports revamping school board


The Chicago Tribune


CPS to launch website for input on longer school day


African-American aldermen propose new Chicago ward map

Oak Park high school struggles to narrow ACT gap between whites, blacks


The Los Angeles Times


Calif. won't slip back into recession, study predicts

Obama's deficit proposal marks a move away from compromise


USA Today

Black-white marriages rising

Poll: Perry leads GOP field, ahead of Romney


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Seven cutting-edge nonprofits to be spotlighted during social innovation conference










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