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Today in Black America - March 4

POSTED: March 04, 2024, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

North Carolina’s Race for Governor Is Expensive, Divisive and Closely Watched

The ZIP Code Shift: Why Many Americans No Longer Live Where They Work

Paid Family Caregivers in Indiana Face Steep Cutbacks

The Washington Post

The most physically demanding jobs in America

Offensive comments by N.C. Republican stand out even in Trump’s party

House Republicans often vote no on spending, but love to add pet projects

USA Today

Vice President Harris calls for 'immediate ceasefire' in Gaza

Nikki Haley notches first win in bid for GOP presidential nomination

Supreme Court could rule on Trump Colorado ballot eligibility as soon as Monday

Fear and loathing in New Jersey. U.S. Senate race featuring governor’s wife at a boiling point.

Joyous N.J. dance program gives kids with disabilities a chance to shine

Ex-N.J. cop acquitted — for a 2nd time — of excessive force, lawyer says

The Associated Press

Black women struggle to find their way in a job world where diversity is under attack

The Supreme Court could decide whether Trump can appear on the 2024 ballot

Kamala Harris leads Bloody Sunday memorial as marchers’ voices ring out for voting rights

The Chicago Sun-Times

Early voting expands Monday — see where the polling places are

Kenwood Academy often makes house calls to verify students’ residency — a practice some parents call invasive

CST Editorial Board: It shouldn’t be so hard to become an educated voter

The Los Angeles Times

Voter guide to the 2024 California primary election

L.A. Times endorsements for March primary

Porter, Schiff and Lee make final Senate pitch across California, with Garvey nowhere to be seen

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Public Schools turns lens to supporting adult learners

Many changes to Georgia election laws advanced by GOP lawmakers

Lawyers make final pitches in Fani Willis disqualification showdown

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