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Today in Black America - December 13

POSTED: December 13, 2022, 8:30 am

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USA Today

Trump in trouble: GOP support craters for a 2024 bid - Exclusive poll

How America’s schools have changed since deadliest mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary

How you should protect yourself from identity theft

The New York Times

How Did Republicans Lose Despite Winning the Popular Vote?

Two organizations quietly spent $32 million rallying voters behind voting rights.

The Climate Impact of Your Neighborhood, Mapped

The Associated Press

A decade after Sandy Hook, grief remains but hope grows

Fight to curb food waste increasingly turns to science

Supreme Court won’t block California flavored tobacco ban

The Washington Post

A Trump-allied group is fighting ‘anti-white bigotry’ in court — and keeps winning

The big Republican Latino realignment didn’t happen in 2022. What now?

Special counsel Jack Smith sends Trump subpoena to Ga. Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger

N.J. public workers, towns push big changes to avert massive health insurance rate hikes

Here are the top 8 N.J. hospitals for maternity care, according to U.S. News

Ground-shaking noise felt in N.J. likely caused by supersonic testing, Navy says

The Baltimore Sun

Annual audit finds fault, some serious and ongoing, in Baltimore’s handling of federal grants

Baltimore might get a new inclusionary housing law. Here’s why the old one failed.

Nicole Beus Harris selected Maryland GOP party chair as former lieutenant governor candidate Schifanelli cries foul

The Los Angeles Times

Mayor’s new emergency order runs up against an unresolved problem: Chaos at City Hall

Op-Ed: The legal profession lacks diversity, and the LSAT makes matters worse

Newsom slams Republicans for blocking immigration reform on visit to Mexican border

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

AJC Investigation: Georgia failed to report jail deaths to feds

DOJ subpoenas Raffensperger’s office as Trump investigation continues

Student power in Georgia: Young, engaged and determined to vote

The Chicago Sun-Times

Delaying access to Chicago police radio calls threatens public safety, media coalition says

Alden Loury: Englewood Whole Foods saga shows why neighborhood investment is sometimes about more than profit

State legislators urged to outlaw assault weapons: ‘If we don’t do something about this, shame on us’

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