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Today in Black America - January 4

POSTED: January 04, 2011, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Strained States Turning to Laws to Curb Labor Unions

President May Realign Senior Staff

G.O.P. Sets Up Huge Target for Budget Ax 

Get Ready for a G.O.P. Rerun

Steele Faces His Rivals in Gentle G.O.P. Debate

Georgia: N.A.A.C.P. Says Guards Beat Prisoners

City’s Graphic Ad on the Dangers of H.I.V. Is Dividing Activists

Touring Schools That Work, Chancellor Says New Approach Is Needed at Those That Don’t

Cuomo, Before Seeking a Wage Freeze, Says He Will Cut His Salary 5%

Detroit Free Press

Detroit murders fall to lowest level since 1967

DPS to lay off school bus attendants who help special needs kids

Detroit schools to recieve 45,000 computers through stimulus money

The Christian Science Monitor

Chicago mayor's race: Will it end up Rahm Emanuel vs. Carol Moseley Braun?

Jerry Brown sets no-nonsense tone for California in inauguration speech

Michael Steele: opponents at RNC debate say party 'needs to be fixed'

On eve of new Congress, GOP struggles with rift over social issues

GOP push for repeal of health reform: Is it politically wise?

Atlanta Journal Constitution

New legislative session, old troubles

HOPE, pre-k funds face cuts in new legislative session

Atlanta street honors on hold

Star Ledger

Gov. Christie defends decision to stay in Florida during radio interviews

Gov. Christie to unveil task force report on higher education, restructuring of UMDNJ, Rutgers, NJIT

N.J. Democrats call on GOP to support bills to boost state economy

Essex County Executive DiVincenzo says he intends to run for fourth term

Trial dates may be set in decades-old slayings of 5 Newark teens case

Philadelphia Inquirer

Philly launches aggressive push to collect court debts

Rendell now says one Philly casino may be enough

Pa. revenue so far for 2011 higher than projected

Trial set for suit on African American achievement in Lower Merion

John Dougherty challenges use of DRPA officers to patrol Camden

Chicago Tribune

Braun flip-flops on tax returns

Chicago's Challenge: Maintaining a strong middle class

The city that grows

Trial begins for white supremacist accused of soliciting attack on Web post

Affordable housing group hopes for funding breakthrough this month

The Washington Post

Nine incoming House Democrats assume place in pecking order: the end

Incoming House GOP chairmen have a long list of issues to investigate

Steele defends record at RNC forum: 'We won'

House sets Jan. 12 vote on repeal of health-care law

What a GOP Congress might bring

D.C. Council chairman exerts control, sends leadership message to skeptics

Attorney general to move out of Wilson Building

The Los Angeles Times

Cutting of Nuñez's sentence sparks anger

Taking state's reins for 3rd time

From the start, Jerry Brown appears to have a big helping of realism

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