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Today in Black America - December 20

POSTED: December 20, 2021, 11:00 am

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The Associated Press


Manchin upends Biden’s agenda, won’t back $2 trillion bill

Abrams seeks national voting rights action before 2022 race

Closing arguments set for ex-officer in Daunte Wright death


The New York Times


Moderna says its booster significantly raises the level of antibodies to thwart Omicron
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Schumer Vows to Bring Spending Plan Back to Senate

Trump Sues New York A.G. in Attempt to Stop Inquiry Into His Business


USA Today

What won't happen now that Build Back Better is likely dead

Moderna study suggests its booster is effective against omicron: COVID-19 updates

Minimum wage will rise in these 21 states, 35 localities in 2022


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

EXCLUSIVE: Can hospital system do more for kids?


Atlanta councilman’s former mayoral campaign facing debt

OPINION: The example Johnny Isakson and John Lewis left behind


The Baltimore Sun

Two suspects charged in shooting of Baltimore Officer Holley; police say they also killed man later that morning

Death of Annapolis man who suffered cardiac arrest in custody of city fire, police is ruled homicide by medical examiner

Former judges and Baltimore prosecutors offer praise for Ken Ravenell and others accused of aiding a federal drug conspiracy


The Chicago Sun-Times


Murders of students amid the pandemic strain schools’ ability to cope, heal

4 killed, 2 teens among 19 wounded by gunfire in Chicago over weekend

Chicago ‘at a crossroads’ because of rising crime, skyrocketing commercial property taxes, business leader says


The Los Angeles Times


L.A. accuses LAPD academy gun store of negligence, breach of contract as scandal widens

Manchin says he cannot support Biden’s social spending plan, imperiling ambitious agenda

California braces for Omicron wave



The Washington Post


Biden has installed a significant number of judges from diverse backgrounds. Now comes the hard part.

Schumer vows vote on Build Back Better bill despite Manchin opposition


Moderna says its booster shot should provide ‘good level of protection’ against omicron



NJ.com


N.J. Democratic powerbroker George Norcross now registered to vote in Florida

N.J. residents signing up for health coverage for 2022 rises sharply with big discounts offered

N.J. school switches to virtual learning after too many staff quarantined for COVID-19


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