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Today in Black America - June 26

POSTED: June 26, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

On the Campaign Trail, Obama and Romney React to the Justices’ Decision

Arizona Ruling Only a Narrow Opening for Other States

Justices Bar Mandatory Life Terms for Juveniles

A Look Back at Court’s Arguments on Health Care, Laugh Count Included

For New York’s Early Congressional Primaries, a Desperate Push for Turnout

City Hall Budget Deal, for Now, Includes Few Layoffs and No Tax Increases

As Bloomberg’s Third Term Winds Down, Unusually Loyal Aides Begin to Eye Exits

For City Parents, Frustration Over Rising Cost of Public School

The Christian Science Monitor

Arizona: Did Supreme Court take the steam out of states' immigration activism?

How much can a president alter the economy? New poll results.

Military veterans to get priority for police jobs under COPS grants

The Star Ledger

Gov. Christie to have Attorney General take over 2 Democratic county prosecutor offices, sources say

Sweeping N.J. teacher's tenure bill passes Legislature, heads to Gov. Christie's desk

Senate and Assembly pass bills allowing towns to convert foreclosed homes into affordable housing heads to governor's desk

N.J. Assembly sends $31.7B budget to Gov. Christie

Trial mandatory drug court program bill clears N.J. Assembly

The Detroit Free Press

Supreme Court ruling gives young lifers a chance at parole

Michigan universities, colleges get $300 million from state for building projects

Detroit Youth Food Brigade brings fresh food to neighborhoods, teaches business skills

Marine from Detroit dies before meeting infant son

Detroit to lay off 164 firefighters, Bing says

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Biz group: Atlanta 'in crisis'

Court's ruling touches 31 Ga. juveniles

The Washington Post

How this woman could help Romney

With Ariz. ruling, GOP’s strategy gets complicated

How Republicans made it possible for court to overturn insurance mandate

Rep. Rangel seeks vindication in N.Y.

Obama renews focus on Bain

Pioneering black U.S. marshal dies at 77

D.C. Council wrestles with finance, ethics reforms

The Chicago Tribune

CPS sees spike in number of students shot

U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. takes medical leave

CPS seeks to lessen student suspensions

Study: Corruption in suburbs shows need for investigator

Watchdog of City council seeks more cash

USA Today

Poll: Election winner won't impact economy much

Wickham: Passion of black vote key to White House

Immigration back where it belongs, in Washington

Lawyer: Zimmerman no threat, should be freed

The Los Angeles Times

State budget deal seeks to freeze tuition at UC, CSU

Kamala Harris 'pleased' with Supreme Court immigration decision

A poor African woman's journey to security

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

As Cleveland advances into new economy, blacks and Hispanics are left behind

U.S. Supreme Court's ruling shines light on two Northeast Ohio cases involving youths

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