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Today in Black America - August 22

POSTED: August 22, 2022, 9:00 am

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The New York Times


How Trump’s Endorsements Elevate Election Lies and Inflate His Political Power


Charles Blow: Mike Pence Is Spineless

Expansion of Clean Energy Loans Is ‘Sleeping Giant’ of Climate Bill



USA Today

Appeals court blocks Sen. Lindsey Graham's Georgia grand jury subpoena

Massachusetts student receives uniform violation for hijab

3 Arkansas law enforcement officers suspended after beating caught on video


The Associated Press


Trump’s turbulent White House years culminate in Fla. search

What to watch: Top Democrats square off in Florida, New York


Minneapolis teacher contract race language ignites firestorm



The Baltimore Sun


Two dead, seven injured in weekend violence across Baltimore: ‘People don’t care about life’

‘Free your heart’: Parents of the late Maryland football player Jordan McNair forge bond with fired athletic trainer

At forum, Maryland Republican candidates for governor, attorney general campaign against pandemic control measures



The Los Angeles Times


Protester wounded by LAPD reflects on two-year legal battle, $1.25-million settlement


In California’s largest race bias cases, Latino workers are accused of abusing Black colleagues

Omicron subvariants BA.4.6 and BA.2.75 are here. How concerned should California be?


The Chicago Sun-Times


As schools reopen Monday, CPS struggles to fill key jobs

Highland Park parade mass shooting haunts return to school for traumatized kids, parents

Columbus statues should not return to Grant Park and Little Italy, mayor’s monument commission recommends



NJ.com


Murphy’s record $50.6B N.J. budget spurs good news from Wall Street

Newark Symphony Hall is open and the marquee will return
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Lawmakers, drivers say N.J. should ditch front license plates on cars


The Washington Post

In Upstate N.Y., a test for Democrats running on abortion to stop GOP wave

The remote work revolution is already reshaping America


‘Another 1-in-1,000 interval flood’: Dallas area hit by 8 inches of rain sending cars floating down water-filled roads


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Judges delay Graham special grand jury testimony

Leadership committee law fuels national mega donations in Georgia races

Some Georgians with housing vouchers say landlords won’t rent to them




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