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Today in Black America - July 18

POSTED: July 18, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

No major problems with ballot drop boxes in 2020, AP finds

GOP establishment steps up push to block Trump ally in Ariz

Abortion laws spark profound changes in other medical care

The New York Times

Report on Uvalde Shooting Finds ‘Systemic Failures’ in Police Response

Justice Jackson, a Former Law Clerk, Returns to a Transformed Supreme Court

3 Imprisoned for Fiery 1995 Subway Murder Are Exonerated

USA Today

Uvalde school shooting report finds 'systemic failures' in law enforcement response

Acting Uvalde police chief on day of school massacre placed on administrative leave

Jan. 6 committee expects Secret Service to meet Tuesday deadline on text messages

The Chicago Sun-Times

After cluster of officer suicides, CPD’s former mental health adviser says city isn’t doing enough to help overworked cops

As violent crime in Chicago soared, arrests fell to historic lows

Mayoral ally picked for CPS board, pushing out member who opposes city’s plan for new Chinatown school

The Los Angeles Times

Thousands of homeless people in old Sears building? Some in Boyle Heights say no way

Democrats’ ‘Red to Blue’ program adds 5 California GOP congressional seats to target list

War on California gun laws revs up after Supreme Court’s ‘right to carry’ decision

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland weather: With nearly 500 BGE customers still without power in Baltimore area, more storms are on the way

Defense attorneys say fatal shooting of man who confronted squeegee workers with baseball bat was in self-defense; suspect held without bond

Demand surges in Maryland for handguns and carry permits

Transgender woman who impregnated 2 inmates removed from N.J.’s female prison

N.J. reports 2,425 cases, 0 deaths, 1st day in almost a week with fewer than 2,500 cases

In new national role, Murphy launches effort to bolster youth mental health

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Abrams counters Kemp’s ‘defund police’ attacks

The Jolt: Fani Willis’ Trump probe becomes flashpoint in lieutenant governor’s race

For 62 years, he’s advocated for public schools. And he’s not giving up.

The Washington Post

Why a delay in Biden’s climate plan could have dire consequences

Pence endorses in Arizona governor’s race, putting him at odds with Trump

Democrats plan sweeping net neutrality bill as FCC majority stalls

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