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Today in Black America - September 29

POSTED: September 29, 2022, 11:30 am

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The Associated Press

People trapped, 2.5M without power as Ian drenches Florida

In Minnesota, abortion key to Keith Ellison’s 2nd term hopes

Clergy strive to reconcile politically divided congregations

The New York Times

Analysis: New Infectious Threats Are Coming. The U.S. Isn’t Ready.

Justice Dept. Will Seek Stiffer Sentences in Prisoner Abuse Cases

‘Redlining Is Racist’: $12 Million Settlement Ends Lending Inquiry

The Baltimore Sun

Start of early ballot counting unsettled in Maryland pending outcome of legal challenge

Maryland gubernatorial candidate Dan Cox faces tough questions at his solo Morgan State gubernatorial forum

‘Second gentleman’ Doug Emhoff, U.S. surgeon general to visit Baltimore to promote access to recreational spaces

14 officers, including top official, indicted over violent attack, coverup at Edna Mahan, N.J. women’s prison

N.J. teacher suspended for lessons on Hitler, swastikas sues school district

Gov. Murphy’s favorability rating rises sharply, new poll shows

The Los Angeles Times

Granderson: The accusations against Brett Favre are not just another NFL scandal

In groundbreaking plan, California allows affordable housing on some commercial properties

California’s election could sway power in Congress. Here are House races to watch

USA Today

Camera goes underwater, then viral during Fort Myers Beach flooding

At least 6 injured in shooting at school in California, officials say

As Hurricane Ian creates havoc, what does home insurance cover after a disaster?

The Washington Post

Maps show how millions of people have moved into Ian’s path

The pope asked Catholics for feedback. The U.S. results show a vast theological divide

Opinion: Forget ‘polarization.’ The problem is right-wing extremism

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The Jolt: Herschel Walker moves further right in search of conservative votes

Georgia’s university system awards record number of degrees

Georgia lt. governor’s race between Trump-, Abrams-backed hopefuls

The Chicago Sun-Times

CST Editorial Board: Election challenges and claims of fraud are an ongoing threat to our elections

CPS advances plans for Near South high school despite opposition, threat to withhold state funding

Lawsuit forces Chicago Police Department to improve inmates’ access to lawyers

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