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July 18, 2023

Bishop Stephen G. Spottswood of the African American Episcopal Zion Church, a fierce civil rights advocate, was born in 1897 in Boston.

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The New York Times

Opinion: Trump’s Second Term Would Be Even More Corrupt and Vindictive Than His First

In Arizona, Immigration Policies of the Moment Mimic the Policies of the Past

Ibram X. Kendi Faces a Reckoning of His Own

The Washington Post

Lawmakers expensed millions in 2023 under new program that doesn’t require receipts

D.C. elections office beset by calls opposing noncitizen voting

In a first, noncitizens are voting in D.C. Here’s what it means to them.

USA Today

Trump's state verdict can't be pardoned by Biden | Fact check

'I will not be intimidated': AG Merrick Garland response to House GOP threat of contempt

Why are America's youth so deeply unhappy? | The Excerpt

The Los Angeles Times

Oil industry asks Supreme Court to block climate change lawsuits from California, other states

Column: Trump’s conviction offers a character test — of America and its values

‘Heat dome’ brings California’s first heat wave of the season, with triple-digit temperatures

Indicted U.S. Senator makes decision on run for re-election in N.J.

There’s a new way to apprentice to become a teacher in N.J. Here’s who’s eligible.

Report: Donald Trump has spent millions in possible witness tampering

The Chicago Sun-Times

Kim Foxx's proposal to not charge felonies from certain traffic stops has had success elsewhere

Chicago City Council examines mayor’s plans to quickly spend COVID relief money

Juneteenth now celebrated for entire month of June in Cook County

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Report reveals corporate landlords’ hold on rentals in Atlanta, elsewhere

Republicans protest bipartisan makeup of Cherokee County elections board

Coca-Cola heir travels the region and ponders history in ‘Deeper South’

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