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Today in Black America - March 7

POSTED: March 07, 2023, 9:30 am

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USA Today

'Diminished' crowd hears Trump rage as DeSantis addresses GOP future

Lawsuit filed to end student loan payment pause

Children of color aren't getting early intervention some need. Why are there so many barriers?

The Associated Press

Republicans subpoena former school board officials over parent protests

Georgia Senate: $6,000 for those leaving low-rated schools

3 GOP states pull out of effort to thwart voter fraud

The New York Times

Awash in Asphalt, Cities Rethink Their Parking Needs

Five Women Sue Texas Over the State’s Abortion Ban

New York’s Difficulty in Filling Job Vacancies Has Hurt City Services

The Baltimore Sun

Patterson High School student fatally shot in park near school, Baltimore Police say

Baltimore Police sergeant jailed, accused of drawing gun at West Baltimore bar

$50,000 for a murder arrest? Baltimore lawmaker seeks to create Crime Solvers Reward Fund

2 teens sentenced for setting fire that closed Garden State Parkway for 10 hours

Court reverses education chief’s finding that Lakewood provides ‘thorough and efficient’ education

Nonprofit awards show to honor Newark community ‘legends’ and the youth they inspire

The Los Angeles Times

Thanks to the Supreme Court, California gun cases hinge more on history than modern threats

She didn’t need the risky surgery. County doctors talked her into it anyway, lawsuit says

California braces for flooding, snowmelt from a warm new atmospheric river

The Washington Post

Biden unveils plan averting Medicare funding crisis, challenging GOP

How fake sugars sneak into foods and disrupt metabolic health

In Florida, Latino evangelicals mobilize against DeSantis’s crackdown on immigrants

The Chicago Sun-Times

Under pressure from city’s watchdog, CPD reopens probe of cop who wore extremist symbol during racial justice protest

14-year-old boy arrested in shooting that killed grad student from India and seriously wounded roommate in Walmart parking lot

Dueling endorsements in race for mayor

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Black women filmmakers find greater opportunity in Atlanta

Vouchers, literacy, accreditation bills survive Crossover Day

The Jolt: These bills didn’t make the cut on Crossover Day

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