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How will the Election change Medicaid?

the state-federal workhorse of the nation’s health system that provides health coverage to the poorest and sickest Americans — hangs in the balance on Election Day. ...

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‘A voteless people is a hopeless people’

Alpha Phi Alpha Inc. held registration and get-out-the-vote operations on the campus of UC Riverside. ...

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Breaking the silence of violence in the church

Breaking the silence of violence in the church ...

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Democrats & Republicans: The philosophy of the state

Instead, a deeper focus on the philosophy behind Democratic and Republican party rhetoric will help the average citizen make a more informed decision on Nov. 6 ...

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Obama tops Romney in two instant post-debate polls

President Obama in the winner’s circle, though the scale of his victory varied depending on the topic. ...

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7-Year-Old Girl Set To Testify Against Man Who Killed Her Whole Family

UPDATE: 4:40 P.M. EST Richard Ringold has just pleaded guilty to the shooting deaths of his ex-girlfriend, Antonia Butler, her 11-year-old daughter and two adults in 2009. Ringold enter guilty pleas to four counts of murder, aggravated assault and possession of firearm. He will spend the rest of his life behind bars without the possibility of parole. The Nhaje Butler was set to testify against Ringold befor ...

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CITIZENS NOTES MORE TAKEOUTS, RESPONDS TO CRITICS

THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, October 18, 2012........Citizens Property Insurance Corp. on Thursday defended its decision to shutter an internal watchdog unit, while another 100,000 Citizens policies will be taken over by private firms starting in December. The state Office of Insurance Regulation announced the takeout late Thursday afternoon. Combined with earlier announcements, 318,000 Citizens policies are h ...

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Supreme Court considers limiting Affirmative Action

Supreme Court considers limiting Affirmative Action ...

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NNPA Annual Convention 2012

The National Newspaper Publishers Association, the nations largest group of black newspaper publishers, met in Atlanta this summer for their annual convention. This opportunity gave some of the nations most influential African Americans the chance to chat and exchange ideas. The Hyatt Regency in downtown Atlanta hosted the convention, which was full of seminars, workshops, and speakers on a host of topics. ...

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