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Today in Black America - September 22

POSTED: September 22, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Government shutdown risk spikes as House Republicans leave town in disarray amid hard-right revolt

Massachusetts has a huge waitlist for state-funded housing. So why are 2,300 units vacant?

A third party signed up 15,000 voters in Arizona. Democrats worry that’s enough for a Biden spoiler

The New York Times

Biden, Warning Trump Could ‘Destroy’ Democracy, Moves Past G.O.P. Primary

Alabama School Band Director Says Police Used a Taser to Stop the Music

Nearly 500,000 in U.S. Will Regain Health Insurance After State Errors

The Washington Post

U.S. braces for calamitous, costly government shutdown in eight days

California plans big insurance shifts as climate change hits home

Harris makes political, personal connection with students on college tour

USA Today

Public school, library book bans hit a record high in US

Two teen girls murdered in Indiana. Is white supremacist Odinist cult behind the crime?

Big business, under GOP attack for 'woke' DEI efforts, urges Biden to weigh in

The Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Council committee OKs Richard Worley as police commissioner; full council to consider

AVAM board ousts new director Jenenne Whitfield; founder Rebecca Hoffberger to return temporarily

Maryland apologizes to man wrongly convicted of murder, will pay $340K for years in prison: ‘Our justice system failed you’

Town workers ordered not to speak to N.J. councilwoman who plans to file civil rights lawsuit

Founder of N.J. charter school group replaced by former reporter

Ground beef recall: Over 58K pounds of ground beef recalled due to contamination

The Los Angeles Times

How small is too small? UC Regents delay approval of UCLA dorm, questioning room size

Editorial: Kevin McCarthy’s fealty to right-wing extremists makes a government shutdown more likely

HBCUs brace for flood of applications after Supreme Court affirmative action decision

The Chicago Sun-Times

My fault Sox game not stopped after stadium shooting, interim police superintendent says

CST Editorial Board: Chicago police facing serious discipline should not have cases decided in secret

Pritzker’s signature climate law has seen slow progress on clean energy, green jobs promises

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Sen. Ossoff backs Dickens on Atlanta Public Safety Training Center

Gwinnett seeks to address achievement gaps revealed in Georgia Milestones

Chesebro moves to suppress key evidence in Trump election case

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