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Today in Black America - November 29

POSTED: November 29, 2023, 7:00 am

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The Associated Press

Georgia Republicans move to cut losses as they propose majority-Black districts in special session

Winning the presidential nomination is all about delegates. But how does the process work?

Trump hints at expanded role for the military within the US. A legacy law gives him few guardrails


USA Today


Florida elections security chief lay dead for 24 minutes outside Gov. DeSantis' office, records say

Tribes protected water quality for years. Now, they must push to be heard.

Former prison lieutenant sentenced to 3 years after inmate dies during medical crisis


The New York Times


As Congress Weighs Aid to Israel, Some Democrats Want Strings Attached

Wisconsin Judge Dismisses Felony Charge in ‘Ballot Selfie’ Case

Eric Adams’s Top Fund-Raiser Is Out Amid F.B.I. Scrutiny and Raid


The Washington Post


Marcus: Step by step, conservative judges are gutting the Voting Rights Act

New CDC life expectancy data shows painfully slow rebound from covid

Analysis: How the agency that manages public lands is awakening under Biden


NJ.com

Investigation launched into tar balls, oil appearing on Jersey Shore beaches

Trenton lead inspectors admit getting illegal overtime payments, officials say

Dollar General will pay $1.2M in settlement for alleged pricing violations



The Los Angeles Times

California vs. Florida: Why are people moving from one state to the other?

From decarbonization to electric cars, California hopes to showcase climate leadership at COP28

Suicides in U.S. hit record high in 2022, driven by rise among older adults


The Chicago Sun-Times


Chicago wrongly limited affordable housing with aldermanic prerogative, HUD says

As O’Hare expansion price tag climbs, airport’s two biggest carriers want project scaled back – or grounded


Chicago CRED receives ‘transformational’ $21 million grant from Sue Ling Gin Foundation to fight gun violence


The Atlanta Journal Constitution


Six Ga. children with lead poisoning studied for links to applesauce

Gwinnett school district asking community for budget priorities


‘Goodbye, darling.’ Rosalynn Carter's memorial filled with love, memories








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