Newspaper Roundup for Friday, November 5, 2010

November 5, 2010 - 7:59 AM

Philadelphia Inquirer:
83-year-old man diverts ambulance taking him home from hospital to cast ballot

Fox News:
HUD dismisses complaint against woman who posted ad at church seeking 'Christian roommate'

Denver Post:
Wealthy Douglas County School District considers starting Colorado's only voucher program
Would give students state money to attend private or religious schools

Philadelphia Inquirer:
83-year-old man diverts ambulance taking him home from hospital to cast ballot

Fox News:
HUD dismisses complaint against woman who posted ad at church seeking 'Christian roommate'

Denver Post:
Wealthy Douglas County School District considers starting Colorado's only voucher program
Would give students state money to attend private or religious schools

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. ACLU to sue NJ Transit for firing employee who burned Koran on 9/11 anniversary
Group says employee was unconstitutionally fired for exercising his free speech rights

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Federal lawsuit targets Philly's "stop-and-frisk" policy
Claim: Philadelphia police illegally stop pedestrians based on race and question them

San Francisco Chronicle:
Doctors prescribe legal aid to heal the poor
Medical-legal partnerships in the Bay Area designed to serve the poor

Los Angeles Times:
In California, part of Jessica's Law ruled unconstitutional
Statute restricting how close sex offenders can live to parks or schools is unconstitutional

Baltimore Sun:
City Council, school officials discuss student health and obesity
Council may add more physical education requirements in school curriculum

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
University of New Hampshire to enroll high-paying foreign students
Looks abroad to get dollars, diversity

Fox News:
Boehner Sees 'Whale of a Fight' With Obama Over Taxes in Lame Duck Session

Denver Post:
Sen. Mitch McConnell reiterates goal of ousting Obama in 2012

Boston Globe:
Tea Party success could hurt Romney; Activists distrust establishment ties

Washington Post:
Stocks soar after Federal Reserve's move to bolster U.S. economy
Federal Reserve action bypasses Congress, President

Baltimore Sun:
Shutdown of Sparrows Point steel plant extended through first quarter
Russian owner Severstal blames market conditions

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. to reduce solar-panel rebates in 2011

Denver Post:
Commerce City's economic incentives gain national attention
Program to jump-start local economy has doled out more than $500,000 in incentives

Miami Herald:
Water managers blast federal Everglades cleanup plan
Feds want to nearly double the vast expanse of marshes used to absorb pollution

Politico:
EPA policy chief steps down
One of the administration's most aggressive officials on global warming regulations

Denver Post/Bloomberg:
Fixing Fannie, Freddie could cost $685 billion, S&P says

Politico:
NJ's Chris Christie: 'Zero chance' for 2012 bid

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. invention for recycled plastic tops Newsweek list

Arizona Republic:
Mesa wins court fight over impact fees that support cultural programs
Supreme Court appeal expected on fee that Mesa charges on new single-family homes

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Stabbing victim's ex-boyfriend: She's dead, so drop charges

Washington Post:
Saudi prince rules out engagement with Israel until Arab land is returned

Baltimore Sun:
Legal advocates examine language barriers in court
Say Maryland's courts sometimes fail to properly serve those with limited-English

Washington Times:
India expects a less-mythical Obama
But anticipation runs high, even if charisma has run low

Houston Chronicle:
Rival Mexican gang attacks those who killed Acapulco tourists
Captured the alleged killers, posted their confessions on the Internet, then murdered them

Baltimore Sun:
Couple sues apartment complex over bedbugs

Fox News/AP:
'Partridge Family' Star David Cassidy Arrested for DUI

Baltimore Sun:
Woman convicted of breaking into house wearing nothing but a skirt and bridal veil
On a snowy night in February...

Boston Globe:
Seminar to look at energy disputes as wind projects draw antagonism

Boston Globe:
Gene research finds clues to AIDS survival
Boston-led study is part of vaccine search

Washington Times:
Democrats pull out squeakers in Illinois, Washington state
2 governor's races still undecided

Fox News/AP:
NYC Says 'Run Tap' After Lead Found in Water

Politico:
Keith Olbermann contributed to three Democrats

Wealthy Douglas County School District considers starting Colorado's only voucher program
Would give students state money to attend private or religious schools

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. ACLU to sue NJ Transit for firing employee who burned Koran on 9/11 anniversary
Group says employee was unconstitutionally fired for exercising his free speech rights

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Federal lawsuit targets Philly's "stop-and-frisk" policy
Claim: Philadelphia police illegally stop pedestrians based on race and question them

San Francisco Chronicle:
Doctors prescribe legal aid to heal the poor
Medical-legal partnerships in the Bay Area designed to serve the poor

Los Angeles Times:
In California, part of Jessica's Law ruled unconstitutional
Statute restricting how close sex offenders can live to parks or schools is unconstitutional

Baltimore Sun:
City Council, school officials discuss student health and obesity
Council may add more physical education requirements in school curriculum

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
University of New Hampshire to enroll high-paying foreign students
Looks abroad to get dollars, diversity

Fox News:
Boehner Sees 'Whale of a Fight' With Obama Over Taxes in Lame Duck Session

Denver Post:
Sen. Mitch McConnell reiterates goal of ousting Obama in 2012

Boston Globe:
Tea Party success could hurt Romney; Activists distrust establishment ties

Washington Post:
Stocks soar after Federal Reserve's move to bolster U.S. economy
Federal Reserve action bypasses Congress, President

Baltimore Sun:
Shutdown of Sparrows Point steel plant extended through first quarter
Russian owner Severstal blames market conditions

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. to reduce solar-panel rebates in 2011

Denver Post:
Commerce City's economic incentives gain national attention
Program to jump-start local economy has doled out more than $500,000 in incentives

Miami Herald:
Water managers blast federal Everglades cleanup plan
Feds want to nearly double the vast expanse of marshes used to absorb pollution

Politico:
EPA policy chief steps down
One of the administration's most aggressive officials on global warming regulations

Denver Post/Bloomberg:
Fixing Fannie, Freddie could cost $685 billion, S&P says

Politico:
NJ's Chris Christie: 'Zero chance' for 2012 bid

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. invention for recycled plastic tops Newsweek list

Arizona Republic:
Mesa wins court fight over impact fees that support cultural programs
Supreme Court appeal expected on fee that Mesa charges on new single-family homes

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Stabbing victim's ex-boyfriend: She's dead, so drop charges

Washington Post:
Saudi prince rules out engagement with Israel until Arab land is returned

Baltimore Sun:
Legal advocates examine language barriers in court
Say Maryland's courts sometimes fail to properly serve those with limited-English

Washington Times:
India expects a less-mythical Obama
But anticipation runs high, even if charisma has run low

Houston Chronicle:
Rival Mexican gang attacks those who killed Acapulco tourists
Captured the alleged killers, posted their confessions on the Internet, then murdered them

Baltimore Sun:
Couple sues apartment complex over bedbugs

Fox News/AP:
'Partridge Family' Star David Cassidy Arrested for DUI

Baltimore Sun:
Woman convicted of breaking into house wearing nothing but a skirt and bridal veil
On a snowy night in February...

Boston Globe:
Seminar to look at energy disputes as wind projects draw antagonism

Boston Globe:
Gene research finds clues to AIDS survival
Boston-led study is part of vaccine search

Washington Times:
Democrats pull out squeakers in Illinois, Washington state
2 governor's races still undecided

Fox News/AP:
NYC Says 'Run Tap' After Lead Found in Water

Politico:
Keith Olbermann contributed to three Democrats

Politico:
The job that no Democrat wants