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Today in Black America - Feb. 17

POSTED: February 17, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

G.M. Presses Union for Cuts in Health Care

G.O.P. Governors Support Obama

For Education Chief, Stimulus Means Power and Risk

Obama Riding the Wave


The Washington Post

President of Everything

Big-City Leaders Call Stimulus a Fine Start

After Stimulus Battle, Liberals Press Obama

UDC, Citing Stimulus Help, Will Phase In Tuition Hikes

Va. Budget Shortfall Reaches $3.7 Billion


Los Angeles Times

Legislature adjourns with no budget; governor prepares to lay off 10,000

Stimulus would offer relief to California’s jobless

A lot is riding on GM and Chrysler’s plans


Baltimore Sun

Md. schools stand to gain $1.1 billion from stimulus

Dixon’s pull in session critical


The Christian Science Monitor

Should US take over weak banks?


Detroit Free Press

GM, Chrysler race to meet U.S. deadline

Economic bill brings hope, say those at Troy forum


Chicago Tribune

Burris inquiries urged

Truth and Roland Burris


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Morris Brown hits water bill deadline

Coretta Scott King named to Alabama hall of fame


Seattle Times

Fort Lewis grasps for answers in teen girl’s death


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