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Today in Black America - March 29

POSTED: March 29, 2022, 9:00 am

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The Associated Press

Black reparations panel could decide who gets compensation

Jan. 6 committee votes to hold Scavino, Navarro in contempt

Biden budget has Manchin priorities: Tax rich, cut deficit

The New York Times

New Focus on How a Trump Tweet Incited Far-Right Groups Before Jan. 6

Judge Finds Donald Trump Most Likely Committed Crimes Over 2020 Election

U.S. Virus Deaths Drop to Lowest Point Since Summer

USA Today

Judge calls 'illegality' of Trump plan to overturn election 'obvious,' in ruling for Jan. 6 committee

Whitmer kidnap plot suspect tried to order bombs from undercover agent but asked for IOU, FBI agent testifies

Jada Pinkett Smith, Chris Rock and why his hair joke was so problematic

New N.J. graduation test should be waived for the Class of 2023, lawmakers say

On election matters, Clarence Thomas must recuse | Editorial

Are N.J. government offices picking up the phone when you call? These lawmakers want to check.

The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Democrats’ court-ordered U.S. House district map would shift district of Rep. Andy Harris

Gov. Hogan, Democratic leaders in the General Assembly strike deal on tax cuts package

Maryland teens learn leadership skills, give back to community in program established by Rep. Elijah Cummings

The Los Angeles Times

Editorial: How bad was the financial aid fraud at California’s community colleges? We still don’t know, and that’s a problem

Granderson: Will Smith was wrong to hit Chris Rock. But I understand

Who should receive reparations in California for slavery? Answers raise more questions

The Chicago Sun-Times

Nicole Lee takes seat in City Council after unanimous confirmation vote

Lightfoot ‘fully expects’ Columbus statue to be returned to Grant Park pedestal

Illinois Dems, GOP on opposite sides about helping state with American Rescue Plan money

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

No noncitizen voters found in Georgia election review

Election officials criticize ‘security theater’ of Georgia voting bill

Trump suit against Clinton part of longtime legal strategy

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