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Today in Black America - July 12

POSTED: July 12, 2022, 9:30 am

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USA Today

2 dead, 3 injured at Southern California 7-Eleven stores, authorities say

Uvalde video shows gunman entering classrooms and police inaction

More mass shooters are using semi-automatic rifles – often bought legally

The New York Times

Half of G.O.P. Voters Ready to Leave Trump Behind, Poll Finds

On Politics: A G.O.P. group plans to spend millions against candidates who embrace Donald Trump’s false election claims.

Raskin Brings Expertise on Right-Wing Extremism to Jan. 6 Inquiry

The Associated Press

Jan. 6 panel probes Trump’s ‘siren call’ to extremists

4 days in January: Trump push for Capitol coda to 2020 vote

West Virginia man charged with felony in US Capitol riot

The Washington Post

Opinion: If Herschel Walker wins in Georgia, America will have lost its mind

Michigan activists push for ballot initiative to expand voting access

Pa. town broke law in recent hiring of Tamir Rice’s killer, A.G. says

The Baltimore Sun

Video shows Baltimore Police officer driving through red light and hitting scooter rider last month

Baltimore County prosecutors won’t help states with abortion bans extradite someone who travels there for treatment, officials say

Baltimore State’s Attorney Mosby doubles down on argument in attempt to have federal perjury charges dismissed

Is it time to expand NJ Transit rail service to Pennsylvania ? Petition thinks so

At Eid-al-Adha holiday, N.J. Muslims celebrate with love, sacrifice and so much food

After N.J. cements new weed rules and adds 81 new businesses, cannabis industry to meet for serious networking July 14

The Chicago Sun-Times

Highland Park parade shooting: Community gathers for moment of silence

Domestic violence surge continued in 2021, new report shows

Downtown, another weekend of violence: ‘Everyone in the community is extremely distressed’

The Los Angeles Times

Stunning spread of BA.5 subvariant shows why this California COVID wave is different

Homes for those with severe mental illness are closing. Will help come fast enough?

Editorial: Climate change is killing California’s iconic trees

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Judge upholds limits on mass mailings of Georgia absentee ballot forms

Health care players take on city’s affordable housing crisis

The Jolt: Herschel Walker campaign doubles down on ‘China’s bad air floating’ comment

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