Newspaper Roundup for Feb. 27, 2009

February 27, 2009 - 8:40 AM
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Boston Globe:
Stimulus deal deters wage concessions by Boston labor unions
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
U.S. to yield marijuana jurisdiction to states
Eric Holder ending raids on pot dispensaries in California
 
Boston Globe:
Vacancies abound in crucial US posts
Obama vetting policy slows appointments
 
Washington Post:
Home of Gay Rights Activist Made Historic Site

Denver Post:
William Ayers, Ward Churchill speaking at CU; Student group fights security fees
 
Rocky Mountain News:
‘Goodbye, Colorado’
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Floridians paid $700,000 over two years for Lt. Gov.’s travel and protection
 
Politico.com:
Pelosi butts heads with Obama
 
Politico.com:
Dem backlash to Obama tax plan?

Washington Times:
Obama's intelligence pick linked to Saudi Arabia
 
Washington Post:
Wash Post analysis: Obama’s ‘Ambitious Blueprint a Big Risk’
 
Washington Times:
Obama’s charity tax limits upset many
 
Washington Post:
Investors Bristle at Obama Budget
Some Firms Would Pay Higher Taxes
 
Washington Times:
Pentagon relaxes casket photo ban
Decision up to families
 
Washington Post:
Auto Talks Turn to Health Costs
Promised Benefits Weighed Against Survival of Industry
 
Boston Globe:
Lead law prompts thrift stores to stop selling children's clothes
 
Washington Post:
2nd Md. Teen's Death Also Blamed on Flu; Officials Urge Shots
 
Washington Post:
Obama Catches Grief for Spending Bill Earmark
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Biden to discuss green jobs at Penn
It’s his first official Middle Class Task Force meeting
 
Washington Post:
NAACP Launches Campaign Over NY Post Cartoon

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Another Phila. officer shot, but survives; gunman killed
 
Los Angeles Times:
Mexico to send up to 5,000 more troops to Ciudad Juarez
 
BBC:
Mugabe prepares lavish birthday

BBC:
Palestinians pledge era of unity