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Today in Black America - March 9

POSTED: March 09, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

White House Works to Shape Debate Over Health Law

Democrats Are Warming to Obama Connection


Obama Campaign Video Highlights First Term

With November in Mind, House Passes a Jobs Bill


The Parallels Between Mitt Romney and George H.W. Bush


The N.Y.P.D. and Muslims

City Is Ordered to Provide Back Pay in Fire Department Bias Case


2 Spins Offered by Latest City Jobs Data



The Christian Science Monitor

'It's the economy, stupid.' Can Mitt Romney woo South with that pitch?

Tale of two jobs bills: a parable of gridlock in Congress

Obama campaign video: what it may say about his reelection strategy

GOP strategist: Appeal to Latino voters is party's 'great challenge'


Right-wing 'patriot' groups girding for actual class warfare, report says

Kony 2012: Campaign against African warlord goes viral, now who is he?


The Star Ledger

'Hot spots' of HIV infection remain despite high-tech advances, UMDNJ research finds

N.J. appeals court overturns Christie's decision to abolish Council on Affordable Housing

Former Navy SEAL booted from Gov. Christie town hall after heated exchange


Prosecutor says Garfield teen was not shot in back by police; case will go before grand jury

Christie administration adopts rule allowing businesses to bypass N.J. environmental regulations


The Detroit Free Press

State lawmakers willing to help get Detroit out of trouble


No more Head Start cash for City of Detroit

Detroit teen: I was tired of name-calling


HUD approves house rehab for 101-year-old evicted last fall

Lawyer in Tamara Greene death case drops appeal over award



The Washington Post

Obama steps up efforts on housing crisis


South offers little hope for Romney, opportunity for Santorum, Gingrich


House Republican leaders facing pressure to make budget cuts

Parties unite in lopsided House vote for measure to help small businesses


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Court puts parts of Alabama's anti-illegal immigration law on hold


Atlanta Daily World sold

Hearings first step to firing educators

MARTA bill blasted as racist



The Chicago Tribune

Emanuel to push for trust on projects

Hugs no more in Illinois 2nd Congressional District


National agency: Cook County must reform juvenile justice

Number of Illinois registered voters down for primary

U. of I. president blames 'poor communication' for tension

Judge cites unethical conduct in police abuse case, orders new trial



The Los Angeles Times

Ethics panel raises donation limits in city campaigns


California writes $602-million check for local jail construction


California Supreme Court upholds sex abuse suits against school districts


L.A. Unified board games


USA Today


'Kony 2012' viral video stirs debate


NAACP to press U.N. panel on voting rights


Limbaugh drowns out 'religious liberty' calls


Mississippi Supreme Court rules Barbour pardons valid

Federal prosecutor disbarred for misconduct in murder cases


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Schools from across Northeast Ohio, nation offer support to Chardon students


Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson gives state of the city speech, seeks support for schools plan


Teach for America recruits to work for Cleveland charter schools this fall

Colleagues in Congress bemoan the loss of Rep. Dennis Kucinich

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