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Today in Black America - July 5

POSTED: July 05, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Romney Now Says Health Mandate by Obama Is a Tax

In Washington’s New Mood of Austerity, Legislating Turns Into a Zero-Sum Game

Wooing Swing Voters, Both Parties Wary of Overemphasizing Health Care

Republican Governor of Michigan Rejects Voter ID Bills


After Disputed Primary, Rangel Still Campaigns



The Christian Science Monitor

Questions about chief justice's health-care ruling could have lasting impact

Is Obama really losing the money battle? A fundraising Q&A.


Obama speaks at troop naturalization ceremony. Can immigrants join US military?


The Star Ledger

Crews still working to restore power in South Jersey

Sinking gas prices in N.J. defy the usual summer swell


Rutgers students won't see 20 percent tuition hike despite confusion over letter



The Detroit Free Press


Today is the deadline for Detroit's lawyer to appeal challenge to consent agreement

Rochelle Riley: Detroit's aging population on collision course with nursing home shortage

Despite budget cuts, City Council President Charles Pugh avoids losing office staff

Kwame Kilpatrick inspires law banning use of campaign funds to pay attorneys


Bobby Ferguson jurors were conflicted, confused, court filing shows

Officials push back payment deadline that could cost Detroit $28 million


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Innocent woman jailed 53 days


The Washington Post

Romney gets in line with GOP, calls health-insurance mandate a tax

Mystery Bermuda firm hints at Romney wealth


Presidential fundraising declines as spending for congressional races soars

Two years after earmark ban, House GOP wants local tariff breaks back

More states may opt out of Medicaid expansion, undermining health law


Pr. George’s faces superintendent search


The Chicago Tribune

10-year-old among those wounded in shootings


Chicago Public Schools touts $144 million in savings for next budget


Weak DNA evidence could undermine justice, experts say


Measure to strengthen luring law awaits Quinn's OK



USA Today

HR staffs, recruiters overlook job seekers

New-citizen parties accent nation's 236th birthday


Doctor: Zimmerman suffered no serious head trauma


The Los Angeles Times


Used-car loan legislation advances

Bullet train may put tax at risk



The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Ohio Department of Transportation to use state inmates to pick up highway litter

Gail Reese's message of sexual purity for youths is making big ripples: Margaret Bernstein

Democrats and Republicans see challenges for President Barack Obama in key Mahoning Valley


Family of Parma man sues Cleveland, police officers over shooting death


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