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Today in Black America - December 28

POSTED: December 28, 2022, 9:00 am

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USA Today

George Santos fabricated his degrees, one of many public figures to do so

Supreme Court blocks Biden from ending Title 42 migrant expulsions

As bullet sales rise, some states try to curb mass shootings with ammo laws

The New York Times

As Covid-19 Continues to Spread, So Does Misinformation About It

Race for G.O.P. Chair Obscures the Party’s Bigger Problems

What Would It Take to Turn More Offices Into Housing?

The Associated Press

Architect of plot to kidnap Gov. Whitmer to face sentence

Lake on hook for $33K in witness fees in failed challenge

On the ballot in 2023: Southern governors, big-city mayors

The Washington Post

Bad timing, a lack of planning led to devastating fallout in Buffalo storm

Biden signs bill to remove bust of Dred Scott decision author from Capitol

With at least 31 dead from blizzard, Buffalo braces for flooding

N.J. reports 1,026 COVID cases, 9 confirmed deaths as 18 counties have “high” community levels

N.J. lifts drought watch after more than 4 months, citing better conditions

Auto insurance getting even more expensive for 1.2 million N.J. drivers in the new year

The Baltimore Sun

Pandemic has altered Baltimore-area commuting patterns. But for how long?

Howard school board to vote on new bell times amid looming bus driver shortage

Baltimore County ethics commission did not violate transparency law while reviewing office of inspector general, state agency says

The Los Angeles Times

Far from a shock, Southwest meltdown was ‘perfect storm’ of well-known vulnerabilities

A school trainer was investigated for sex abuse. Accusers want to know how he kept working

Chabria: San Francisco closed its safe drug consumption site, pushing California toward more death

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

OPINION: Georgians in the Jan. 6 report back in power for next election, too.

Raffensperger: Trump ‘attacks people, makes stuff up’ to get what he wants

New federal budget sets aside millions for Georgia projects

The Chicago Sun-Times

The hiring process for people who investigate abuse in Illinois prisons is mismanaged, the state says

CST Editorial Board: Failure by Congress to extend federal child tax credit hurts tens of thousands of children in Illinois

Battle over Sawyer’s campaign signatures from Wilson ally Hendon gets testy during hearing

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