Newspaper Roundup for Friday, April 1, 2011

April 1, 2011 - 7:07 AM

Los Angeles Times:
Medical records and health studies should track sexual orientation and gender identity, report says

The Hill:
GOP says 5,000 non-citizens voting in Colorado a 'wake-up call' for states

The Hill:
Fed official: An interest rate hike could come by the end of the year

The Hill:
Forget raising taxes, Cantor tells Dems

Los Angeles Times:
Calif. Gov. Jerry Brown will take his case for taxes to voters
Plans to hit the road next week to drum up support

Washington Times:
Md. lawmakers spurn proposed Reagan holiday

Washington Post:
Homeless forced to leave tent camps along I-95 in Northern Virginia
Safety said to be the concern

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette:
Fashion show to feature attire for Muslim women

The Hill:
Some of the loudest criticism on Libya being lobbed from the left

The Hill:
Republican Sen. Rubio defends proposal to authorize Gadhafi's removal
Says only way to protect Americans is to depose Gadhaf

Washington Times:
Even under NATO, U.S. military will do the bulk of the fighting in Libya

Fox News:
Federal agents told to reduce border arrests, Arizona sheriff says
Feds are supposed to "intimidate people, to get them to go back”

Washington Times:
At Hill rally, tea partyers turn up heat on Boehner
GOP pressed not to ‘cave’ on spending cuts

Washington Post:
Documents shed light on Fed lending practices
Fed extended credit to bank "substantially owned by the Central Bank of Libya"

USA Today:
Fed names banks that drew loans during crisis

Washington Post:
GE CEO Immelt addresses GE taxes, nuclear scare

Fox News:
Alaska to Consider Lowering Drinking Age for U.S. Troops

Palm Beach Post:
Florida bill will make welfare recipients pay for own drug screening

The State (S.C.)
Rural hospitals say cuts inevitable, given state reduction in Medicaid payments

Politico:
Release of regulations for accountable care organizations fires up health care debate

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Job ads discriminating against unemployed applicants outlawed
As of June 1, employers may not place job ads requiring applicants to be currently employed

Politico:
AARP also a target of Republicans, who question its tax-exempt status

San Francisco Chronicle:
Video: 3-year-old wants to be governor of New Jersey
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/blogs/sfmoms/detail?entry_id=86171#ixzz1IGvBYLpq

USA Today:
New museum to use science to tell Bible's history

Boston Globe:
Wampanoag embroiled in a battle over fishing
Says sovereignty of Wampanoag Tribe exempts him from license requirement

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Missouri Legislature is alone among states in rejecting federal money for the unemployed
Shunning an estimated $105 million to protest government overspending

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
State House passes $10.2b budget as protesting Dems call for more spending

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Snooki of 'Jersey Shore' gets $2K more than author Toni Morrison to appear at Rutgers

Fox News:
3-year-old asks cops if they 'found his mom's weed'

The Hill:
Obama signs temporary FAA funding bill

Houston Chronicle:
Drought grips most of Texas

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix-area heat wave ushers in ozone season
Residents urged to take steps to curb pollution

Boston Globe:
Coach resigns in video gaffe after adult video flashes on DVD player

Greensboro News & Record:
Krispy Kreme posts first profitable year since 2004

Santa Fe New Mexican:
Gov. Martinez to sign Native American suicide prevention bill on Thursday