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Today in Black America - July 1

POSTED: July 01, 2022, 8:00 am

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The Associated Press

Court leaves dwindling paths for Biden’s climate mission


Trump’s vulnerabilities for 2024 mount after new testimony


Abortion, women’s rights grow as priorities: AP-NORC poll


The New York Times

E.P.A. Ruling Is a Milestone in the Pushback Against Regulating Business


Russia has hinted at tying the case of Brittney Griner to the fate of a Russian arms dealer.

Is Baltimore Big Enough for the Two of Them?


USA Today

Woman fatally shot in the head while pushing her baby in a stroller in New York City

'Joy and pride': Black women celebrate Ketanji Brown Jackson joining Supreme Court

Biden backs change to filibuster rules to codify abortion and privacy rights into law


The Washington Post

How Trump World pressures witnesses to deny his possible wrongdoing


Voting patterns in major rulings of 2022 reflect conservative ascendance

Emmett Till’s family calls for woman’s arrest after finding 1955 warrant


NJ.com

Pursuit of equity, not ‘equality,’ should drive American policy | Opinion

Murphy touts ‘historic and direct property tax relief’ as he signs $50.6B N.J. budget

Jersey City schools’ business administrator files lawsuit, claiming discrimination by superintendent, HR officer


The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore judge finds ‘presumption of vindictiveness’ in Keith Davis Jr. attempted murder case, sets evidence hearing


Prosecutors: Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby’s arguments to dismiss charges ‘Orwellian,’ should be rejected


Expanding abortion access, plugging loopholes in police accountability among the new Maryland laws taking effect Friday



The Los Angeles Times

How California will fight Supreme Court’s limits on EPA climate enforcement

California’s eviction moratorium is expiring, despite rent relief concerns

Pressure builds on Biden to turn to executive action despite its limits and risks


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia abortion clinics say demand has surged amid legal limbo

OPINION: Women, it’s time to run for something

Georgia’s new education laws take effect July 1


The Chicago Sun-Times

Trailblazing Illinois women ‘beyond thrilled’ for Justice Jackson: History-maker, inspiration, role model — ‘and she’s brilliant’

Ex-CPS principal admits defrauding district of hundreds of thousands of dollars

CST Editorial Board: R. Kelly’s prison sentence comes after decades of outcries by victims who were ignored too long





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