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Today in Black America - July 6

POSTED: July 06, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

‘No Child’ Law Is Whittled Down by the White House

Shots by Murdoch at Romney Play Out to Conservative Core

Mr. Romney Changes His Mind, Again

Stakes for Jobs Data Rise as Voter Views Start to Solidify

Jesse Jackson Jr. Is More Seriously Ill Than Previously Disclosed

New Bond of $1 Million in Trayvon Martin Killing

Rangel’s Slim Lead Widens as Ballot Count Continues

The Christian Science Monitor

Massachusetts health-care reform tests impact of employer 'tax' on jobs

Tax, schmax: Does it matter what Romney calls the health-care mandate?

Three families pledge to raise $30 million in aid for US veterans

The Star Ledger

$5K reward offered for killer of former Orange High School football star

N.J. Supreme Court: Law school clinics' case records are not public documents

Gov. Christie says he plans to submit new Supreme Court nominee this month

Unions for 9 N.J. colleges agree to 4-year contract

Two N.J. politicians are fined for filing campaign finance reports late

The Detroit Free Press

Detroit’s lawyer won’t back down, seeks reconsideration of consent deal ruling

New chairman elected to Detroit police, fire retirement board

Activist sues Detroit financial advisory board, alleging open-meetings rules were broken

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Botched transfer leads to foreclosure nightmare

The Washington Post

Romney to bolster communications team

Mitt Romney’s problem with the health-care mandate question

Data further muddy economic outlook

Rep. Jackson Jr. dealing with severe ‘physical and emotional ailments’

Pro-Romney ads to air in Va. during Olympics

Ethiopian soccer tournament promoting unity leads to division

The Chicago Tribune

Jackson's illnesses 'more serious than we thought'

Quinn signs legislation to shut loophole for fugitives

Beavers angrily denies key charge in tax evasion case

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

10-year-old among those wounded in shootings

USA Today

Dad sues Calif. cops over fatal beating of mentally ill son

The Los Angeles Times

Calif. Senate OKs bill that would blunt deportation efforts

No car seat? Child's traffic death can mean siblings' removal

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

President Obama focuses on economy, health care in Parma campaign stop

Mitt Romney rally spurs confrontation in Parma | photo gallery and video

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