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Today in Black America - November 9

POSTED: November 09, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Cain Speaks Out to Deny Charges; 2nd Voice Heard

Ohio Turns Back a Law Limiting Unions’ Rights

Mississippi Voters Reject Anti-Abortion Measure


F.C.C. Push to Expand Net Access Gains Help

Grand Experiment Meets an Inglorious End


Health Law Survives Test in Court of Appeals


Head Start Is Given New Rules for Grants

Democrats Expand Their Hold on New Jersey Legislature, Despite Christie’s Efforts

Occupy Movement Inspires Unions to Embrace Bold Tactics


The Christian Science Monitor

Health care in court: Obama leading 3-1, but it ain’t over til it’s over


Herman Cain: Accuser is someone 'I didn't recognize'

Why Congress is suddenly finding common ground on jobs bill

Mississippi 'personhood' measure: why support waned as Election Day neared


The Star Ledger


N.J. legislative elections results: Democrats fend off GOP funding, Christie campaigning

Sitting Mt. Laurel Mayor James Keenan defeated in Burlington Assembly race

Sports betting backed by N.J. voters

Photos released of 'individuals of interest' in fatal shooting of Newark cop in Paterson

Number of Americans in poverty hits 49.1M; new study takes health costs into account


The Washington Post

Poll: Most see a growing wealth gap

Republicans offer tax deal to break debt impasse; Democrats dismiss it

Herman Cain dismisses accusations as ‘baseless, bogus and false’

Virginia as warning sign for Obama?


The key to Obama’s reelection: Ohio

Federal judges to draw Texas map

Supreme Court worries that new technology creates ‘1984’ scenarios

Currie acquitted in corruption case

Gray’s birthday wish: Statehood


The Detroit Free Press

Revised Detroit charter sails through

Bing to unions: Detroit needs concessions

Mayor Dave Bing's $750,000 plan to fix Detroit streetlights OK'd

Charles Pugh defends Detroit City Council's closed-door meeting with Mayor Dave Bing

Rep. Paul Scott recalled, concedes defeat


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

State revenues continue climb

2 faces of an accused terrorist

Hank Aaron, others get Emory civil rights awards

State, debt collector reach $4.3 million settlement

Black MBA association awards scholarships


The Chicago Tribune

Emanuel defends parking fee increase

Arizona immigration crackdown leader trails in recall

Star restored to slain police officer

Supporters propose monument to Ida B. Wells


The Los Angeles Times

Elections may signal a pause in conservative trend

Author of Ariz. immigration law loses recall fight

FCC launching $4-billion program to narrow digital divide

Heavy D dies at 44; singer who shaped rap music

Early results hint at election of S.F.'s first Asian mayor

UC to seek state funds to avoid tuition hike next year


USA Today


2011 voters give a glimpse into 2012

Ohio voters reject Republican-backed union limits


Democratic Kentucky Gov. Beshear re-elected



The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Senate Bill 5 repeal sets table for Democrats and President Barack Obama in 2012: Analysis

Ohio voters say no to health insurance mandates, older judges


Voters renew school taxes, but reject requests for additional money

Ohio voters overwhelmingly reject Issue 2, dealing a blow to Gov. John Kasich

Cuyahoga County wants young adults to apply for Next Generation Council



The Houston Chronicle

Parker avoids runoff, Stardig, Jones not so lucky

Rodriguez, two other incumbents win re-election to HISD board


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