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Black Farmers Class Action Lawsuit (archive)

To Endorsements in PDF Format (archive)

Alexander: “There Is No Excuse Whatsoever” for Not Debating Spending Bills - Posted July 19, 2012 (archive)

Quotes and Statements - Supreme Court Health Care Ruling  (archive)

Mayor A C Wharton Launches Initiatives to Combat Youth Gun Violence

Herron Fights for College Scholarships for 22,000 Tennesseans  (archive)

FBI Most Wanted List since 1950 (archive)



 2012 State of the State Address

For more information about the mortgage servicing settlement, go to www.NationalMortgageSettlement.com .  To find your state attorney general’s website, go to www.NAAG.org and click on “The Attorneys General.”  - Travelers, to see full story on Black Information Highway and The Mid-South Tribune ONLINE - See News Lane

CONSUMER FINANCIAL PROTECTION BUREAU Director Richard Cordray Statement on the Mortgage Servicing Settlement- Posted Feb. 9, 2012

President Obama Announces Flexibility in Exchange for Reform for Ten States - Feb. 9, 2012

District 9 Controversy - Memphis, TN -Posted Feb. 6, 2012

Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation Will Reflect On Legacy of Dr. Benjamin Hooks Feb. 9, 2012 at U of M

U of M Looks at Black Women in History -  See Schedule

Mayor AC Wharton Seeks Nominations for Outstanding Women in Community - Posted Jan. 13, 2012

Kerr-McGee/Tronox Class Action Lawsuit List of Names

Reid Dulberger Named to Head Memphis and Shelby County EDGE Economic Initiative (Dec. 7, 2011)  

U of M Relieves Larry Porter of Duties - Nov. 27, 2011

Tennessee Democratic Chairmen File Bill to Repeal ID Requirement

Councilman Myron Lowery (Memphis, TN) - Letter to Michael Heisley and NBA Grizzlies Team regarding NBA Strike

Councilman Myron Lowery - Letter to Mayor Wharton on Vendors and NBA Strike


News & Features

Corker Willing to Debate Job Creation Legislation, Glad Senate is Moving to Trade Agreements

Titans Honors Nashville's Arcentae Broome as High School Coach of Week

Black Farmers Class Action Lawsuit

U of M Social Work Students Win Award (Memphis)

Column by U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (TN-R)


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