Newspaper Roundup for Friday, April 26, 2012

April 27, 2012 - 7:24 AM

Washington Post:
Two Republican House members say Obama misquoted them

The Hill:
Lawmakers already talking of punting big issues to 2013

Washington Times:
Ex-DC Mayor Marion Barry won’t apologize for insulting Asians, Filipino nurses

USA Today:
Attorney: Zimmerman had $200K from Web donations

Seattle Times:
ACLU sues U.S. Border Patrol, alleging illegal traffic stops

The Hill:
Senators want to rid federal law of word 'lunatic'

Washington Times:
When hit by Obama, Romney’s reply is ‘jobs’
Message aimed at Hispanics, women

Philadelphia Inquirer:
48 transit workers win $172.7M in Powerball

Denver Post:
Health care rebates to average $127 under Obama program

WFAA.com:
Texas couple vilified for not giving up baseball, wedding week ruined

Washington Times:
D.C. Metro system raises fares for rail, bus, parking
Needed to close $103M budget gap

Politico:
Jeb Bush: The vice president pick Democrats fear most

Fox News:
Mass. lawmaker opens meeting with poem instead of Pledge

Washington Post:
VA mental health system sharply denounced at hearing

The Hill:
Inspection rule pits chicken industry against unions

Washington Times:
Presidential Medal of Freedom winners include Madeleine Albright, Bob Dylan John Glenn

Miami Herald:
Republicans debate in race to challenge Democratic incumbent Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz

Washington Times:
Peru guerrillas set aside Maoist ideology for drug money
Shining Path tied to Mexican cartels

Washington Times:
Pentagon: Women in combat units to begin May 14

Washington Post op-ed:
What the Secret Service could learn from drunken sailors
At least we paid our whores

USA Today:
TSA screening 'hurt my privates,' congressman says

Palm Beach Post:
Federal agent imprisoned on child porn charges

San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
NAACP holds rally for Trayvon Martin in LA