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Today in Black America - Feb. 12

POSTED: February 12, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama’s Battle on Stimulus Shows Threats to His Agenda

Lawmakers Challenge Bankers on Bailout

Mugabe Swears In His Rival as Prime Minister of Zimbabwe

4 Years After Black History Panel’s Creation, Its Work Is Still Deferred

The Washington Post

Employers Fighting Unemployment Benefits

Lawmakers’ Goal to Cap Executive Pay Meets Resistance

Senate Committee Passes (DC Voting Rights) Bill

The Next Chapter

Baltimore Sun

At 100, NAACP reviews its mission, priorities

O’Malley ready to use all stimulus funds

PSC orders utilities to account for spike in energy bill rates

The Christian Science Monitor

Accord reached on final stimulus bill: $789 billion for 3.5 million jobs

Bank CEOs defend their use of taxpayer money

Detroit Free Press

Obama puts onus on U.S. automakers for plan

GM to cut retiree health care for salaried workers under 65

Kilpatrick is expected to get job with affiliate of Compuware

Three strikes against Conyers

Chicago Tribune

Ailing S.C. school sees Obama stimulus plan as lifeline

Obama homecoming visit not the usual presidential visit

Atlanta Journal Constitution

NAACP lists priorities for Obama’s 1st year in office

NAACP president pitches ‘human rights’ focus

Boston Globe

40 years’ worth of thanks

Patrick taps real estate developer to oversee federal stimulus spending in Mass.

Lincoln and the former slave

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