Newspaper Roundup for 4/25/11: Easter Monday at the White House

April 25, 2011 - 8:06 AM

Washington Times:
EDITORIAL: Global-warming zealots to ban ice makers
Energy efficiency standards to expand scope of product confiscation

The Hill:
With public's backing, Dems to push tax hikes for the wealthy

Politico:
Republicans will focus on rising gas prices in May

Los Angeles Times:
Pediatricians want tighter regulation of chemicals

Boston Globe:
20,000 legal immigrants may lose state-sponsored health coverage amid spending cuts
Advocates plan campaign on immigrants’ health care

Washington Times:
Abortion votes will trail GOP in 2012 campaign
Pro-life group on offensive

Washington Post:
Easter attacks near churches rattle Iraqi Christians
Spike in Iraq violence continues

Los Angeles Times:
California voters want to roll back public employees' benefits
To help ease state's financial troubles

The Hill:
Republican Sen. Kirk: Senate should not have taken a break
'The Senate is largely moribund,' he said

Washington Times:
‘Moribund’ Senate frustrates members from both parties

Fox News:
Santorum says his vote in favor of Medicare drug benefit was a 'mistake'

The Hill:
Rev. Franklin Graham on 2012: Trump may be right, Palin not running

USA Today:
Crib bumpers present risk and little likely benefit, safety advocates say

Houston Chronicle:
Texas lawmakers may take away transgender marriage rights

Washington Times:
Sex trafficking in the U.S. called ‘epidemic’
‘No class and no child is immune’

Boston Globe:
Harvard Law faces Title IX inquiry
Criminal investigations can drag on until after victims graduate

Politico:
Barack Obama on Bradley Manning: 'He broke the law'
Remark may have run afoul of presidential protocol

Arizona Republic:
'Tea party' license plate draws ire as critics emerge on left, right

Arizona Republic:
Lack of financial savvy hinders youths in debt

USA Today:
Close games raise risks of traffic deaths for sports fans

Washington Post:
Mitch Daniels sounds fiscal alarm, but hesitant to run in 2012

Washington Post:
Mass graves in Mexico reveal new levels of savagery

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Philadelphia's black population outnumbers all other racial or ethnic groups
Census: Continued steep decline in whites

Politico:
Bloomberg: Hands off the rich

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Environmental groups complain of being outnumbered by 'special interests' at DEP meetings