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Today in Black America - February 2

POSTED: February 02, 2024, 9:00 am

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USA Today

These Republicans won't vote for Trump. What will they do instead?

Biden needs Black voters to 'show up and show out' in South Carolina

Pennsylvania courts to pay $100,000 to settle DOJ lawsuit alleging opioid discrimination

The Associated Press

US employers added surprisingly robust 353,000 jobs in January in further sign of economic strength

The decline of US home sales in a nearly 30-year low

Think the news industry was struggling already? The dawn of 2024 is offering few good tidings

The Washington Post

Labor market grew 353,000 in January, a surprisingly strong pickup

Texas AG’s pursuit of transgender medical records stirs privacy concerns

D.C.’s most significant Black landmarks, according to its Black leaders

N.J. political operative submitted phony mail-in ballots in 2022 election, feds allege

Slow progress in N.J. schools recovering from the pandemic, national study says

As alleged killer awaits trial, slain N.J. councilwoman’s family cries for justice

The Los Angeles Times

‘Do Not Rehire’: Panel finds Villanueva violated county discrimination, harassment policies

What L.A. renters should know now that COVID tenant protections are gone

Column: Karen Bass faces a big climate test as she chooses the DWP’s next leader

The Chicago Sun-Times

Ambitious plan aims to raise $400 million to halve Chicago shootings, homicides in 5 years

Ex-Chicago gang leader’s third chance gets him an invitation to the White House

In Illinois politics, remaps keep the powerful in power

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

The legend of Mattiwilda Dobbs

Fate of Georgia’s Dominion voting machines rests with federal judge

OPINION: Hungry kids in Georgia need more than a cheese sandwich

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