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February 25, 2023

Scholar, civil rights advocate and federal judge Leon Higginbotham, Jr. is born on this date in 1928 in Trenton, New Jersey.

Today in Black America - March 14

POSTED: March 14, 2023, 10:00 am

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The Associated Press

Biden executive order to strengthen gun background checks

GOP leader ‘pausing’ social media after liking LGBTQ posts


Haley wants entitlement program changes for younger people


The New York Times


Don’t Call It a Bailout: Washington Is Haunted by the 2008 Financial Crisis

In the Gun Law Fights of 2023, a Need for Experts on the Weapons of 1791


Not Even This City Councilman Can Find an Apartment in New York City



USA Today


The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, explained visually

Donors to pull $29 million after DeSantis takeover of Florida college

President Biden seeks more gun background checks with new executive action


The Baltimore Sun


Senate panel doesn’t advance Gov. Wes Moore’s pick for spot on Maryland Stadium Authority board

Baltimore City Council approves Faith Leach as city administrator after committee reverses vote

California electric vehicle rule takes another step forward in Maryland, after hold-up under Gov. Larry Hogan


The Los Angeles Times


L.A. riders bail on Metro trains amid ‘horror’ of deadly drug overdoses, crime


As California student housing crisis deepens, solutions face roadblocks at UC and elsewhere

Column: Following the law on Jan. 6 was the least Pence could do. Why are we praising him?


The Washington Post


Ex-intelligence officials challenge the Hunter Biden witch hunt


Amid rising school overdoses, Arlington forum focuses on drug prevention

Homeowners scramble as shoreline erosion wreaks havoc on this N.C. beach town


The Chicago Sun-Times


Five days paid leave guaranteed for Illinois workers under law signed by Pritzker

As SNAP recipients see reduction in funds, Chicago residents make adjustments: ‘I make do’

Lightfoot orders audit to narrow gender, racial pay gap among city workers


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Family ‘did not find answers’ in 2nd autopsy of slain activist

The Jolt: Medical community blasts Georgia bill targeting transgender kids


Judge clears way for trial in Georgia case against voter challenges







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