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Today in Black America - July 31

POSTED: July 31, 2023, 8:30 am

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The New York Times

DeSantis Jabs at Trump’s Legal Trouble as He Resets His Campaign

Minor Characters Emerge to Play Key Roles in Trump Documents Case

Homeless Camps Are Being Cleared in California. What Happens Next?


USA Today

'They're trying to deflect': Democrats link GOP push to impeach Biden to Trump indictments

‘Conscience’ bills let medical providers opt out of providing a wide range of care

Many school principals left their jobs during the pandemic. How are students affected?



The Washington Post

DeSantis’s campaign faces troubling signs in his home state as Trump dominates

D.C. public schools slashed tech budget ahead of new school year


Republican presidential hopefuls blast DeSantis over slavery standards



The Baltimore Sun


Addressing some Baltimore teens’ belief they ‘need’ a gun is at the heart of new efforts to reduce youth violence


Baltimore Housing Authority rule change after Brooklyn shootings slammed as ‘victim-blaming’ by critics

Here’s where lobbyists tried to influence some of Maryland’s biggest policy changes in 2023



NJ.com


At 83, N.J. town’s barbershop is one of its oldest Black-owned businesses

CNBC ranked N.J. third best state to live in the U.S.

Here’s how the early fall 2023 forecast is shaping up in the N.J. region



The Los Angeles Times


SAG-AFTRA waivers under scrutiny as Viola Davis says filming movie wouldn’t ‘be appropriate’

Orange County to pay $4.5 million to settle claim social services failed to report alleged child sexual abuse

California’s free prison calls are repairing estranged relationships and aiding rehabilitation


The Associated Press

Trump could be indicted soon in Georgia. Here’s a look at that investigation

Judge blocks Arkansas law allowing librarians to be criminally charged over ‘harmful’ materials

Who’s in, who’s out: A look at which candidates have qualified for the 1st GOP presidential debate


The Chicago Sun-Times


A new school year means new education laws on the books

Banned by City Hall for lying on construction contracts, company is still getting government work

Chicago public schools help students build mental health coping skills


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Man electrocuted after jumping into Lake Lanier in Forsyth County

The Jolt: Fani Willis warns Fulton leaders ‘stay alert’ as decision looms

Georgia students go back to school in a time of political polarization

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