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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 22

POSTED: November 22, 2022, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Georgia runoff: Why one Senate seat is crucial for Democrats


GOP's lackluster fundraising spurs post-election infighting

Schools struggle to staff up for youth mental health crisis


The New York Times

Is N.Y.’s Child Welfare System Racist? Some of Its Own Workers Say Yes.


Progressive Activists Ready Campaign to Counter New House G.O.P. Majority

Crowded and Deadly, U.S. Jails Are in Crisis


NJ.com


Name changes in N.J. no longer open to the public under Murphy order to benefit transgender residents

Tough N.J. concealed carry gun proposal moves closer to law after fierce debate at Statehouse


Man and son charged in stabbing at NJ motel where police have responded thousands of times


USA Today


Former soldier disarmed gunman in Colorado LGBTQ nightclub shooting


Donald Trump faces new lawsuit from E. Jean Carroll, who's already suing him for defamation

Woman convicted of storming Nancy Pelosi’s office in Jan. 6 Capitol attack


The Baltimore Sun

‘Ghost homes’ haunt Baltimore’s housing market. City officials think they have a creative solution
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Baltimore City Council President Nick Mosby says he’s unable to find attorney, forcing delay of ethics case


Baltimore files ‘first of its kind’ lawsuit against tobacco companies for cigarette filter waste


The Los Angeles Times


L.A. city voters sent conflicting messages, giving wins to both the left and the center

L.A. voters approved more money to fight homelessness. Now they want to see results


Biden gives PG&E $1 billion to keep Diablo Canyon nuclear plant open


The Washington Post

VMI’s first Black superintendent under attack by conservative White alumni

From Europe, Trump special counsel takes over Mar-a-Lago, Jan. 6 probes

Graham scheduled to appear before Ga. grand jury probing 2020 election aftermath


The Chicago Sun-Times

Gut check: Political theater of candidate filing raises curtain on decisions and drama of mayoral, ward races

O’Hare expansion cleared for takeoff

First in, first out: Lopez folds mayoral bid, seeks reelection to Council seat instead



The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Gwinnett school leaders admit discipline policy implementation errors

Former DA was indicted after Ahmaud Arbery shooting. 14 months later, case remains paused

A Georgia Senate runoff poll points to challenges for Walker, Warnock






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