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Today in Black America - March 20

POSTED: March 20, 2024, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Appeals Court Puts Texas Immigration Law on Hold Again

Chasing Clicks in the Jungle: Right-Wing Influencers Descend on the Darién Gap

Alabama Republicans Pass Expansive Legislation Targeting D.E.I.

The Washington Post

Appeals court again blocks Texas from arresting and deporting migrants

N.C. GOP nominee compared Planned Parenthood, men with saggy pants to KKK

Former Trump aide Peter Navarro reports to prison for contempt in Jan. 6 investigation

USA Today

Ammunition easier for kids to buy online than alcohol or sports bets

Wave of sexual abuse claims in New York amid Adult Survivors Act

Where are all the teachers? Breaking down America's teacher shortage crisis in 5 charts.

N.J. school bus driver fired after reporting a racist road rage encounter with a parent, lawsuit says

N.J. food factory fined $463K over unsafe working conditions, OSHA says

Former Jersey City worker to receive $500K in settlement of suit that claimed he was discriminated against, demoted

The Associated Press

Supreme Court opens new frontier for insurrection claims that could target state and local officials

Election misinformation is a problem in any language. But some gets more attention than others

Mississippi ‘Goon Squad’ deputies get yearslong sentences for racist torture of 2 Black men

The Los Angeles Times

L.A. looks at eliminating up to 2,000 vacant positions as the city’s budget outlook worsens

Column: More than 30 states have elected female governors. Will California finally join them?

How student housing around USC is transforming a historic Black and Latino neighborhood

The Chicago Sun-Times

‘Bring Chicago Home': Mayor Brandon Johnson’s homelessness plan appears headed to defeat

U.S. Rep. Danny Davis cruises to reelection: ‘Don’t ever write off the senior citizens’

Trump, Biden win Illinois primaries as they gear up for a rematch

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Ballot questions offer glimpse of Georgia Democratic priorities

Georgia’s Medicaid work requirements costs millions, despite low enrollment

Georgia Senate panel backs bill piecing together several culture war issues

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