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Today in Black America - March 24

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USA Today

Manuel Oliver, father of Parkland victim, arrested during heated House gun law hearing


House Republicans fail to override Biden's first veto on retirement plan investing rule


Donald Trump argues he deserves immunity from 3 lawsuits over Jan. 6 Capitol attack


The Associated Press


GOP pushes parents’ rights bill in clash over what’s taught in schools


Utah social media law means kids need approval from parents

Police chief fires officer, releases video of shooting death


The New York Times


Court Action Underscores Peril for Trump in Documents Investigation

A Trump Rally, a Right-Wing Cause and the Enduring Legacy of Waco

“Bonkers” swings in the Treasury market could potentially be warning of a recession.


NJ.com

No more fall statewide tests, N.J. education department announces

N.J. teachers want more leeway to take sick days. Schools aren’t sold on the plan.

Betty Outlaw, who blazed trail for Black women in Jersey City and Hudson County, dies at age 80


The Baltimore Sun


As Maryland Gov. Wes Moore lobbies for his 10 bills, legislators amend, combine and slash at his priorities

Federal judge upholds Anne Arundel County law requiring gun dealers to distribute suicide, harm reduction literature

Baltimore Police: Two men suffer life-threatening wounds in Thursday night shooting; three people injured in afternoon


The Los Angeles Times

How the high cost of housing pushed many LAUSD workers to strike

LAUSD strike ends without a pact; classes to resume Friday

Sheriff Luna: ‘I’m going to be recognized as a sheriff who follows the law’


The Chicago Sun-Times


Black Illinois Tollway employees outraged over rope hung in locker room


Opinion: ‘We nearly broke the system’: Hospitals face staff exodus, violence three years into pandemic

BUILD Chicago opens home-away-from-home for West Side youth



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Georgia governor signs bill limiting treatment to transgender minors


New studies look at heart disease disparities for Black, rural populations

Cobb educators show ‘overwhelming interest’ in free advanced degree





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