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Today in Black America - June 21

POSTED: June 21, 2023, 10:30 am

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USA Today

Five takeaways from Donald Trump's Fox News interview. What you missed

Alito took private jet to Alaska in latest ethics snag at high court

New immigration law sparks fear and worker exodus from Florida


The Associated Press


Virginians oust Democrat who sought abortion limits and Republican who denied 2020 results

Judge rules Arkansas ban on gender-affirming care for transgender minors violates US Constitution

Delaware congresswoman Lisa Blunt Rochester announces bid for US Senate


The Washington Post

National test scores plunge, with still no sign of pandemic recovery

Questioned about a fishing trip hosted by GOP billionaire, Justice Alito replied in a rival news outlet

Milloy: The biggest threat to a vibrant city? Guns and the people who use them.


The New York Times


What the New, Low Test Scores for 13-Year-Olds Say About U.S. Education Now

Judge Strikes Down Arkansas Law Banning Gender Transition Care for Minors

N.Y. Lawmakers Confront Hot-Button Issues in Rare Return to Albany



The Baltimore Sun

Maryland Supreme Court imposes limits on ballistics evidence used to link guns to crimes

Maryland Congressmen to introduce heat emergency bill in honor of Maryland football player Jordan McNair

U.S. Rep. Jamie Raskin pushes Supreme Court expansion one year after decision overturning abortion rights


The Los Angeles Times


Cooking with a gas stove may be as bad as breathing secondhand cigarette smoke, study finds

Editorial: Sanctuary cities are working just fine, thank you


L.A. public health officials warn about fentanyl-tainted pills in Mexican drug stores


NJ.com


The mystery behind the unmarked graves of enslaved New Jerseyans | Opinion

N.J. just moved closer to protecting interracial marriage from potential Supreme Court threat

Proposed laws would make ‘secretive’ N.J. governments even less transparent, some say


The Chicago Sun-Times

West Side police district sees most shootings, killings for second straight weekend. ‘Challenges just keep coming,’ top cop says

CST Editorial Board: A nation of too many shootings, too little support for gun safety

Democrats choose community activist and CTU worker Tara Stamps to fill Mayor Brandon Johnson’s old County Board seat


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Peachtree Immediate Care to pay $1.6M to settle overbilling lawsuit

AJC On Campus: Editing out ‘diversity’; Spelman’s new provost


No elections takeover: Georgia board clears Fulton County





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