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December 09, 2022

P.B.S. Pinchback becomes the nation's first Black governor on this date in 1872 in the state of Louisiana.

Today in Black America - November 2

POSTED: November 02, 2022, 9:30 am

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The Associated Press


Powell likely to be pressed on whether Fed will slow hikes


Trump 2024 campaign prepares for post-midterms launch


Judge orders armed group away from Arizona ballot drop boxes



The New York Times


As Stakes Rise, State Supreme Courts Become Crucial Election Battlegrounds

An election-monitoring group in Arizona may not photograph voters or openly carry guns near ballot boxes, a judge ruled.

Republicans, eyeing a midterms victory, are floating changes to Social Security and Medicare.


USA Today


Ahead of midterms, Black voters are focused on economic woes

Affirmative action: The next legal battle over race and education has already begun

Ohio Senate town hall takeaways: Ryan, Vance address inflation, immigration as race nears finish line


The Baltimore Sun


Opioid-related deaths may be dropping in Maryland, but experts say larger epidemic persists

Reentering Maryland society after decades in prison can be difficult. These programs attempt to help.

Baltimore’s largest city-owned rec center to open in Cherry Hill next week


NJ.com


N.J. hospital built one of the largest medical construction projects in the U.S. It cost $714M.

Massive search for gunman accused of shooting 2 Newark cops continues into 2nd day

N.J. Democrat once thought safe now in a close congressional race at campaign’s final week



The Los Angeles Times

A battle over who is the true progressive defines L.A. congressional race

Op-Ed: We need new rules of engagement for L.A.'s diverse ethnic groups


California could soon rise to the world’s 4th-largest economy


The Washington Post

Why there was a massive spike in homeownership for Black, Latino and Asian households last year

Twitter working on a paid video feature that raises potential copyright, scam concerns

A 'fire Fauci' senator might soon lead a top health committee


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


State abruptly halts applications for rental assistance

OPINION: The ballot box is powerful; younger voters should use it

Worry for city’s health surrounds loss of Atlanta Medical Center



The Chicago Sun-Times


How anti-Pritzker PAC is trying to suppress the Black vote in Chicago

Video shows Chicago cop fatally shooting man who fired gun during chase in Old Town

CST Editorial Board: Guns are terrorizing our communities. Together we can stop the horror.




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