Newspaper Roundup for Friday, April 2, 2010

April 2, 2010 - 7:58 AM
Washington Post:
J.P. Morgan says new credit card laws have hurt the company
Could cost the bank up to $750 million in annual profits

Providence Journal:
University of Rhode Island president’s choice of Christian speaker stirs debate
Asked a Christian minister to speak at his inauguration ceremony

Washington Times:
Independent voters turn from hopeful to angry
Democrats no longer ride tide of support
 
Washington Post:
Democrats map out midterm campaign strategy for Obama
 
USA Today:
Obama administration scraps quarantine regulations
Touted in 2005 ago as critical to protecting Americans from diseases spread by travelers
 
USA Today:
R.I. anticipates a slow recovery
 
Washington Times:
Bondage club, 'nasty girl' are lows of Michael Steele's bad week
 
Washington Times:
Health reform a bitter pill for Fla. voters
 
Washington Post:
U.S. changing the way air travelers are screened
 
Los Angeles Times:
Mexico drug gangs turn weapons on army
 
Washington Times:
Catholic Mass revisions launch war of words
 
Washington Post:
Pentagon to increase security measures
More random screening of visitors and Defense Department workers
 
Washington Post:
Washington Metro officials waited to announce 2 cases of rape
 
Washington Times:
India census officials kick off world's largest head count
 
Washington Post:
Karzai rails against foreign presence, accuses West of engineering voter fraud
 
Washington Times:
Abortion doctor's killer not repentant
Kansas judge, trial berated
 
Washington Times:
Mark Sanford pays record ethics fine
S. Carolina governor's lawyers cut 6-figure check
 
Washington Post:
Israeli planes and helicopters mount Gaza attacks
 
The Hill:
Hoyer: Looming debate over debt more crucial than fight to pass healthcare bill
 
Politico:
Sarah Palin blasts President Obama's oil drilling decision as cover for climate bill
 
The Hill:
Liberals afraid that energy plan is following healthcare strategy to gain support
 
Washington Post:
College acceptance rates down amid record number of applications
 
Boston Globe:
President thanks flood workers as area waits for waters to recede
 
USA Today:
Retired senior officers who advise the military will have pay limited
Gates orders overhaul of Pentagon mentor program
 
Los Angeles Times:
California probe clears ACORN of criminal activity
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Budget axes fall on N.J. school districts
 
Politico:
March jobs jump could lift Obama
 
Los Angeles Times:
200,000 temporary Census positions may boost March employment numbers
 
Los Angeles Times:
DWP-city feud could increase L.A. budget deficit
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Federal court ruling is latest chapter in battle over Gettysburg Cyclorama
 
New York Times:
Pay Garnishments Rise as Debtors Fall Behind
 
The Hill:
Administration bashes companies crying foul on healthcare law
Firing back against companies' claims that the healthcare law will cost them billions
The Hill:
Border lawmaker wants more hearings on violence coming over from Mexico

The Hill:
Sen. Alexander: If not repeal, at least 'big changes' to healthcare law are expected
 
Providence Journal:
Floodwaters claim lives of Easter bunnies at Warwick Mall store

Baltimore Sun:
Parents cutting down on Easter candy
Concern rises over childhood weight trouble
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Newark officials credit first homicide-free month in 44 years to 'large-scale' drug sweeps