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Today in Black America - March 13

POSTED: March 13, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Officials Debate Faster Pullout in Afghanistan

Britain to Join Obama in Discouraging Iran Strike

Obama’s Rating Falls as Poll Reflects Shaky Landscape

A Rejection of Discrimination

Justice Dept. Blocks Texas on Photo ID for Voting

White House Outlines Plan to Help With Job Search

Albany Redrawing Political Map With Old Lines of Thought

The Christian Science Monitor

Southern primaries preview: Romney lead puts pressure on Gingrich, Santorum

Obama trails Romney in new poll. Are gas prices the key?

Afghanistan massacre: How rising tensions could cost Obama politically

Lessons from the Afghanistan shooting

The Star Ledger

Christie helps generate $600K for Kyrillos' bid to unseat Menendez

N.J., N.Y. lawmakers to hold joint hearing on Port Authority's 'lack of accountability'

Hundreds of mourners attend opening of 3-day farewell for late congressman Donald Payne

State school official announces $100M in repairs for crumbling schools

Gov. Christie: I have no regret about 'idiot' remark toward Navy SEAL

The Detroit Free Press

Gov. Snyder proposes Detroit consent deal today

Detroit needs action, not more plans, Snyder tells audience

DPS emergency manager Roy Roberts gets contracted extended

3 former metro Detroit public officials arraigned on corruption charges in separate cases

The Washington Post

On gas prices, voters blame Obama, but experts, economists disagree

Despite challenges in Afghanistan, U.S. determined to stick with exit strategy

At SXSW, Gore says he’s eager for ‘Occupy Democracy’ movement

Poll: Many in Miss., Ala. think Obama is Muslim

Complaint: Md. college made ‘hush payments’

Protesters seek Anne Arundel exec’s resignation

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Controversy over Daily World building

APS redistrict plan hits the road

Special-called meeting to address Fulton jail overcrowding

Atlanta Children's Shelter names new board chairman

The Chicago Tribune

Mayor's speed cameras would help ally

Putting homeless in foreclosures has legal risks

5 candidates vie for open seat in new 11th Congressional District

The Los Angeles Times

White House relaxes key rule in new healthcare law

Mortgage aid targets those most underwater

Student anger over education cuts puts heat on lawmakers

Villaraigosa declines to back any of three competing tax initiatives

USA Today

Property tax collections to start downward trend

Red meat linked to high premature death risk

Wickham: Kony video misses the big picture

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson unveils draft legislation to support schools plan

Highlights of draft legislation for Cleveland schools plan

Cleveland Connects audience hears how city is following Philadelphia in revival of downtown

We Are Ohio, labor-backed group that fought SB 5, will remain active in Ohio politics

Vice President Joe Biden expected to hold campaign rally Thursday at UAW hall in Toledo

Obama campaign targets Ohio women with election-year pitch on health care law

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