Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 1, 2010

October 1, 2010 - 8:12 AM

Politico:
Michelle Obama's nutrition bill fails in the House
Bloc of progressive House Democrats resisted heavy White House lobbying

Washington Post:
Local jurisdictions find they can't opt out of federal immigration enforcement program
Participation in the program, called Secure Communities, was believed to be voluntary

Washington Post:
D.C. brings HIV testing to the crowd at the DMV
Starting Tuesday, getting tested for HIV will be as easy as renewing a driver's license.

Washington Times:
Hamas-linked cleric took part in FBI outreach effort
Was part of group that visited the National Counterterrorism Center and FBI headquarters

USA Today:
U.K. police 'deeply sorry' for cameras in Muslim neighborhoods

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Swedish artist, his Phila. speech on freedom canceled by threat, meets with media
Iranian al-Qaeda group issued a fatwa calling for Vilks' assassination

USA Today:
Stimulus aid ends for jobs program
Federal subsidies run out for program that has provided 235,000 jobs in 36 states

Washington Post:
White House report gives stimulus package high marks (Duh!)
Report challenges public perceptions of the stimulus aid as slow-moving and wasteful

Boston Globe/Bloomberg News:
Restaurants seek ‘mini-med’ plan waivers

The Hill:
HHS secretary says McDonald's not dropping health plans

Washington Post:
U.S. tense over sudden rupture in relations with Pakistan

Boston Globe:
Mass. elementary school plans to sell ad space on permission slips, class calendars, school notices
Unanimous school committee vote is laest twist in commercialization of schools

Denver Post:
Medical-pot activists assail Colorado's new 35-day waiting period

Denver Post:
In Denver, Gingrich blasts anti-terrorism policy and warns of Iran threats

Denver Post:
“Fire Pelosi” bus rolls through Colorado

The Hill:
Pelosi: Democrats will hit campaign trail with a ‘spirit of optimism’

The Hill:
Boehner: Here is how I would run the House

Washington Times:
Barney Frank on mid-term race: Right wing media targeted me

Boston Globe:
Sen. Kerry seeks dishonorable discharge for sailor convicted of murder

Fox News/NY Post:
University dean charges with using scholarship students as slaves

Chicago Sun-Times:
9% of adults have depression, CDC says

Houston Chronicle:
Harris County DA will look into bullied student's suicide

Providence Journal:
Newport mansion’s auction symbol of housing’s tough economic times
1891 stone mansion sold at a foreclosure auction $2.55 million, half its assessed value

New York Times:
TARP Bailout to Cost Less Than Once Anticipated

Washington Times:
AIG plans asset sale to repay bailout; Treasury will get company stock

USA Today:
A consumer primer for health insurance changes in 2011; Premiums going up

Washington Post:
Republican congressman removes staffer for anti-gay comment

The Hill:
Capitol Visitor Center employees to get pagers for safety
Effort to improve communication within the Capitol in case of emergency

The Hill:
Obama administration has not produced website to increase government transparency

Fox News:
Senate Republicans Call for Immediate Enforcement of overseas military voting law

Fox News:
Rep. Frank Wolf (R-Va.) says Justice Department "stonewalling" him on New Black Panther case
Demanding a congressional probe

Los Angeles Times:
U.S. border officer accused of accepting bribes to allow illegal immigrants to cross border

The Hill:
Legislation would take aim at cell phone 'bill shock' by requiring warnings

The Hill:
Interior Secretary announces new drilling rules but nothing on offshore drilling ban

Boston Globe:
Mass. State Police begin enforcing texting-while-driving ban

Boston Globe:
A remnant of presidential lore found in Vt.

Los Angeles Times:
Dozens charged in schemes to steal from bank accounts using computer viruses

Los Angeles Times:
Schwarzenegger vetoes bills imposing pension caps; Measures followed the Bell scandal

Fox News/AP:
Sheriff: American on Jet Ski Shot in Mexican Waters

USA Today:
Should 'bad' hotel guests get blacklisted? Privacy activists say no way

Denver Post:
Hazing favored over killing Colorado's urban coyotes

Politico:
EEOC sues Fox for retaliating against reporter Catherine Herridge

Palm Beach Post:
Palm Beach International Airport gets scanners that peek through clothes