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Today in Black America - March 11

POSTED: March 11, 2022, 3:30 pm

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The Associated Press

Russian offensive widens as US imposes new trade sanctions

Texas clinics’ lawsuit over abortion ban ‘effectively over’

Jussie Smollett sentenced to 150 days in jail in fake attack

The New York Times

Congress Clears $1.5 Trillion Spending Bill, Including Ukraine Aid

Bracing for Losses, Democrats Look to Biden for a Reset

They Have Millions in Covid Aid, but Disagree Over How to Spend It

The Washington Post

War is exacerbating food prices and shortages abroad, especially for food-insecure nations

Texas Supreme Court rules against abortion providers in federal challenge to restrictive state law

Va. superintendents urge Youngkin to scrap tip line

USA Today

Biden joins EU, G7 in calling to strip Russia's trade status over Ukraine, allowing for new tariffs

Florida passes the nation's first law restricting how employers talk about race at work

Gas prices are high and up another 7 cents nationwide. Here is the average price in each state

The Baltimore Sun

What will civilian oversight of police look like in Baltimore? Legislation aims to fund panel, keep its investigatory powers

Feds file superseding indictment against Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby, claim she lied about living in Florida

Maryland attorney general race pits familiar faces, similar politics against each other

N.J. reports 24 COVID deaths, 888 cases. Hospitalizations decrease.

N.J. legal weed business leaders to speak, network at major event: Panels, topics, ticket info

N.J. will use $641M from J&J opioid settlement to fund treatment, prevention, Murphy says

The Chicago Sun-Times

Kim Foxx: In Jussie Smollett case, our justice system failed. Here’s how and why.

Jussie Smollett to serve jail sentence in protective custody, not unusual for high-profile and other at-risk detainees

Companies tied to Gangster Disciples co-founder Larry Hoover, his family and supporters facing new federal scrutiny

The Los Angeles Times

Even with soaring gas prices, safety concerns make L.A. mass transit a hard sell

The evidence in the Jan. 6 investigations is overwhelming — literally

Commentary: Black gymnasts, including UCLA’s biggest stars, grapple with sport’s racism

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Georgia health department stops weekly COVID-19 reporting for schools

In spaceport defeat, Georgia county blames `bare minority'

Judge tosses Marjorie Taylor Greene’s lawsuit over mask fines

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