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Today in Black America - September 22

POSTED: September 22, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

‘Art of the steal’: Trump accused of vast fraud in NY suit

White House hosts local officials, touts impact of policies

Trump docs probe: Court lifts hold on Mar-a-Lago records

The New York Times

Court Restores Justice Dept. Access to Mar-a-Lago Files

Trump Support Remains Unmoved by Investigations, Poll Finds

The House voted to overhaul the electoral count law that former President Trump tried to exploit to overturn his defeat

The Washington Post

Appeals court: Justice Dept. can use Mar-a-Lago documents in criminal probe

Analysis: 6 takeaways from New York’s $250 million lawsuit against Trumps

Opinion: Letitia James used Trump’s boasts against him. It was devastating.

USA Today

House Jan. 6 panel to interview Ginni Thomas, wife of Justice Clarence Thomas

Senate races to watch in 2022 midterm elections

California announces first-in-the-nation Office of Gun Violence Prevention.

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore inspector general finds long-dead rat, insects and other persistent problems at city-run sexual health clinic

War of words: Maryland AG Brian Frosh, Marilyn Mosby spar over evidence that led to Adnan Syed’s release

Judge to decide if Maryland’s hundreds of thousands of mail-in ballots can start being counted before Election Day

Worker found dead in kettle cooker at N.J. food processing plant, officials say

Feds want 6 years for Jan. 6 rioter from N.J. His lawyer says he’s done enough jail time.

George Floyd’s attorney urges Murphy to investigate alleged racism at N.J. hospital

The Los Angeles Times

Inside California’s pot legalization failures: Corporate influence, ignored warnings

Takeaways from the Bass-Caruso debate for L.A. mayor

UC admissions to give second chance to rejected students who failed to meet requirements

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Race Riot? Or Massacre?

Stacey Abrams has a surprising problem with Black voters

AJC poll: Voters prioritize threats to democracy among top issues

The Chicago Sun-Times

CPS enrollment drops again, continuing decadelong slide

City Council approves Fire’s training center on Near West Side

State Sen. Emil Jones III gives up leadership posts after federal bribery charges — but not his Senate seat

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