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Today in Black America - Dec. 15

POSTED: December 15, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

In Georgia, Stir Over Plan for Black Colleges

Gov. Paterson to Propose $4 Billion in taxes and Fees to Close Deficit

Illinois is Trying. It Really is. But the Most Corrupt State is Actually…


Washington Post

Voter Turnout Rate Said to be Highest Since 1968

Roads, Trains Can’t Handle Jan. 20 Droves

Charter Schools Make Gains on Tests


Baltimore Sun

A ‘staggering problem’

Report shows big racial gap in colon cancer deaths

State’s electoral votes to go to Obama today


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama and the weary left

Tough line on auto bailout may extend to other industries


Chicago Tribune

Behind Greek drama of protests, a lack of confidence in the future

Jackson Jr.’s entanglement


Detroit Free Press

Bush signals that auto deal is not far away

Acres of barren blocks offer chance to reinvent Detroit

Cities deserve a strong leader in Washington


Los Angeles Times

Is California too unwieldy to govern?

Settlement opens up amnesty for tens of thousands of immigrants

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