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Today in Black America - July 30

POSTED: July 30, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Thomas B. Edsall: Killing a Fly With a Bazooka

Editorial: Republicans vs. Women

Obama’s Team Taking Gamble Going Negative

Bill Clinton to Have Leading Role at Party’s Convention

Senate Committee Report on For-Profit Colleges Condemns Costs and Practices

Obama Has Ties to Slavery Not by His Father but His Mother, Research Suggests

Poverty in America: Why Can’t We End It?

To Earn Classroom Certification, More Teaching and Less Testing

Outside City Hall, Ministers Call on Churches to Do More to Fight Gun Violence

The Christian Science Monitor

With Romney visit, Israelis worry about becoming a partisan issue

Romney pressed to release tax returns. Watchdogs ask what about Congress?

False choice between Affordable Care Act and religious liberty

Developing countries lead the way in deploying mobile technology

The Star Ledger

N.J. public employees retiring at slower pace, records show

Study: N.J. wealthy flourishing, gap between rich and poor is largest since Great Depression

The Detroit Free Press

Detroiters march against violence in their east-side neighborhood

Group puts faith in action by helping to restore lives and neighborhoods in Detroit

Detroit-area teachers roar approval for Biden at Cobo campaign rally

Voters asked for cash to cover the basics: police, fire, schools, roads

Poli-bites: Officials of all races welcome

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Church rejects black wedding

Many Atlantans oppose
tax use for new stadium

More than $100K in taxes erased for nonprofit

The Washington Post

In Okla., a hostile climate for the health-care mandate

Is Rocketship ready to tackle closing the achievement gap nationally?

Dionne: Conservatives’ go-for-broke strategy

Romney has a likability gap, polls say

Jesse Jackson Jr. being treated for depression at the Mayo Clinic

Contracting behind the scenes

The Chicago Tribune

Former prosecutor pays to settle wrongful prosecution claim

CPS hires 2 for key executive posts

More questions follow Jackson's move to Mayo

North Chicago pays $40,000 over police dog attack

The Los Angeles Times

Advocate is symbol of recovery

Hundreds march in Anaheim; 9 arrested

Newest California city already in financial crisis

Koch-funded climate-change skeptic reverses course

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