Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 16, 2009

February 16, 2009 - 9:08 AM
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Concord Monitor:
NH school districts may bill Education Department for special ed costs
 
USA Today:
Obama's next task: Tackling housing woes
 
The Hill:
S.C. senator tells governor: take stimulus money
 
USA Today:
Bad sign: CEOs aren't buying stock in their companies

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Plan to have safe-driving fundraiser at martini bar irks police, MADD
 
Los Angeles Times:
Student sues L.A. City College district over gay-marriage speech
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Same-sex marriage advocates plan to 'Obamify' their movement
 
Houston Chronicle:
Government, health care, IT are still promising despite rising unemployment in other industries
 
Washington Times:
Obama hit for comment on ‘bad teachers’
 
Denver Post:
Obama will sign the economic stimulus package in Denver
 
Boston Globe:
Speedy recovery is called unlikely
Aides to Obama say stimulus needs time
 
Washington Post:
HHS Vacancy Stalls Health Agenda, Advocates Say
 
Washington Post:
Health Care Data Industry Ready With Systems If Money and Standards Are Resolved
 
New York Times:
U.S. to Compare Medical Treatments
 
Houston Chronicle/AP:
If price of crude oil is dropping, why is cost of gas rising?

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Gregg: White House let 'appropriators' design stimulus without 'bang for the buck'
 
The Politico:
Karzai takes swipe at Obama
 
BBC:
Nuclear subs collide in ocean
 
BBC:
China warns against protectionism
 
Boston Globe:
Oral Roberts stands behind his son
 
Washington Post:
Sam Donaldson retiring after four decades at ABC
 
Washington Post:
Intelligence Director Warns About Iran's Role in Afghanistan
 
Washington Post:
Michelle Obama Getting to Know D.C.
 
Jerusalem Post:
World duped by Hamas death count