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Today in Black America - February 22

POSTED: February 22, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Justices Take Up Race as a Factor in College Entry


Obama Offers to Cut Corporate Tax Rate to 28%

Tax-Cut Bill Includes Updates to Jobless Benefits System

New Ruling Puts Limits on Warning to Prisoners

Romney Facing Unexpected Hurdles in Michigan

Hershey’s Packer Is Fined Over Its Safety Violations

Bloomberg Defends Police’s Monitoring of Muslim Students on Web

Stop-and-Frisk Opponents Set Sights on Mayoral Race


The Christian Science Monitor


High gas prices: How big a problem for Obama?


Is Obama 'dangerous' because he wants you to buy a Chevy Volt? Newt says yes.

How Supreme Court ruling on Texas could reduce affirmative action across US

Can silence before an arrest be used at trial? Supreme Court refuses case.


The Star Ledger


Highlights from Gov. Christie's proposed 2012-13 budget

In Elizabeth, Al Sharpton urges black voters to stop 'running scared'

Newark city website attacked by hacker group

Westfield cemetery where Whitney Houston is buried remains closed to public


The Detroit Free Press


GM chief gives $1M to help Habitat for Humanity project on Detroit's east side


Detroit shooting that killed baby may have stemmed from gang fight


City Council says Bing is silent about union pacts, financial rescue plan

Mitt Romney, Rick Santorum neck and neck in Michigan, new poll shows


Mitt Romney peppered with questions at Michigan plant

Detroit Black Chamber of Commerce launches membership drive


The Washington Post


The men behind the GOP’s millions

GOP primary race is about to get real


Romney’s zombie bogus jobless claim


Va. governor shifts stand on abortion measure


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

DFCS: We failed to protect child


Hit-run victim remembered


The Chicago Tribune

Quinn to seek prison, human services closures

School closing foes, board set for showdown


Emanuel, Bill Daley to be Obama co-chairs


Malcolm X College to get new campus


The Los Angeles Times

LAUSD substitute kept teaching after 3 abuse allegations


Community colleges hit by $149-million shortfall


USA Today

New museum focuses on black history

25% of super PAC money coming from just 5 donors

Colleges deferring more students


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


George Anthony Moore, barrier-breaking reporter, TV producer: Black History Month

Cleveland mayor presents this year's budget, casts eye to next year


New poll shows majority of Ohio voters would repeal controversial elections law

Spotty enforcement of protection orders means domestic violence victims can't count on police, advocates say





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