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Today in Black America - February 27

POSTED: February 27, 2023, 9:30 am

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USA Today

Student loan forgiveness: Why Biden is in for a rough ride at the Supreme Court

Newspapers drop Dilbert after creator's Black 'hate group' remarks

More harsh weather expected after Southern California rocked by historic snow, rain; : Updates



The New York Times

Challenges to Student Loan Cancellation Reach Supreme Court


Where Can You Carry a Gun? Whiplash Court Rulings Create Confusion.

Rural Hospitals Are Shuttering Their Maternity Units



The Baltimore Sun


Corporal punishment is legal in some Maryland schools. An author and her state delegate spouse want to change that.

Baltimore has a vacant housing crisis. Could a land bank help solve it?


BGE’s proposed rate increase would be difficult burden for many, say customers, officials and advocates


NJ.com

N.J. weather: Up to 8 inches of snow now in forecast for parts of state. Winter storm warnings issued.

Educator, civil rights giant Booker T. Washington received warm welcome in early 20th-century Jersey City | Legends & Landmarks

We made 150 calls to 5 essential N.J. helplines. Here’s who did — and didn’t — answer the phone.



The Washington Post

The risk of damage from hurricane winds will shift in coming decades. See the impact by Zip code.

Editorial: 5 easy ways to increase public confidence that every vote counts


Emboldened by its majority, House GOP turns up heat on federal workers



The Associated Press

Supreme Court student loan case: The arguments explained

Democrat Elissa Slotkin to seek Michigan’s open Senate seat

Millions who rely on Medicaid may be booted from program


The Los Angeles Times


L.A. County residents without power since Friday ask why the city can’t do better


What an off-the-radar teachers union election means for the education of L.A. children

California lawmakers revive effort to ban involuntary servitude as punishment for crimes


The Chicago Sun-Times


Prayers up with election countdown: Chicago mayoral candidates canvass churches in final push — and warn of ‘false prophets’

Report highlights mental toll on Chicago residents who applied for guaranteed income program


CST Editorial Board: Turning over unseen Jan. 6 video to Fox host Tucker Carlson is asking for trouble



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Students: African American Studies class opens eyes to rich history

10 years ago, Wilcox County high schoolers fought segregated proms

Metro Atlanta teacher works to recruit more Black male teachers





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