Newspaper Roundup for Friday, April 30, 2010

April 30, 2010 - 7:08 AM
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. comptroller questions $17.7M in federal stimulus funds spent on youth jobs
 
Washington Post:
Congress considering black-box requirement for autos; bill would create 'vehicle safety user fee'
Bill would allow NHTSA to issue quick recalls
 
The Hill:
Judiciary panel advances bill to compel Supreme Court to televise proceedings
 
Boston Globe:
Mass. anti-bullying bill approved; One of toughest measures in US
 
Washington Post:
Geithner tells panel that more has to be done to help homeowners avoid foreclosure
 
The Hill:
Democrat calls Big Oil CEOs to testify as probes into Gulf of Mexico spill intensify
 
New York Times:
White House Takes a Bigger Role in the Oil Spill Cleanup
 
Denver Post:
Denver Public Schools announces ban on work-related travel to Arizona
 
Los Angeles Times:
Obama administration considers challenges to Arizona immigration law
 
Arizona Republic:
Arizona storm victims denied federal relief
 
Houston Chronicle:
Gov. Perry: Arizona immigration law not right for Texas
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Rep. Luis Gutierrez may be arrested at White House immigration rally
Keeping the pressure on Obama, Democrats
 
Fox News/AP:
Congressman calls for deporting US-born children of illegal aliens
 
The Hill:
Democrats spark alarm with call for national ID card
 
New York Times:
Democrats Outline Plans for Immigration
 
Los Angeles Times:
Los Angeles Mayor Villaraigosa backs boycott of Arizona
 
Washington Post:
Arizona law on immigration puts police in tight spot
Certain to transform how they do their jobs
 
Los Angeles Times:
Chinese automaker to open headquarters in downtown L.A.
 
Providence Journal:
Legislation would let RI wind farm bypass Public Utilities Commission
 
Washington Post:
Washington Metro system proceeds with big fare hike
Plan puts most of burden on Metro users
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NJ Transit fare increases for trains, bus routes set to take effect
 
Fox News:
Proposed Law in Mexico Would Send Doctors Who Don't Suggest Abortion to Jail
 
Boston Globe:
E-mail on race sparks a furor at Harvard Law
Student regrets questioning the intelligence of blacks
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Broward schools consider 4-day weeks, charging for magnet busing
 
Los Angeles Times:
Navy plan to name ship for pork-barrel king, the late Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.), draws fire
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
California population now close to 39 million
 
Boston Globe:
Family, Verizon far apart over nearly $18,000 phone bill
 
Washington Post:
Government contests offer different way to find solutions for problems
 
Boston Globe:
Judge allows student falsely accused of rape to sue Brown University
 
The Hill:
Schwarzenegger endorses healthcare law, says California will move ahead
 
Washington Times:
Florida Gov. Crist to run as an independent in Senate race
Escapes GOP bout with Rubio
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Seven taxes thrown into mix for NH
Raft of taxes raise nearly $80 million on everything from pet shop licenses to capital gains
 
Washington Times:
Clash at Brandeis U. over Israeli speaker
Palestinian sympathizers cry bias
 
Washington Times:
UK politicians Brown, Cameron hit 'amnesty' for illegals
Topic hot in 3-way debate on TV after 'bigoted' gaffe
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Swine flu kills 14th person in Palm Beach County
 
Washington Post:
Jewish groups demand change Va. prayer policy