Newspaper Roundup for Friday, October 30, 2009

October 30, 2009 - 7:32 AM
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New York Times:
Schools putting limits students' halloween costumes
Avoiding scary, offensive, or gross
 
Politico:
House bill: 1990 pages, $2.24 million per word
 
Washington Times:
Health bill: requires 42 studies, mentions taxes 214 times
 
Washington Times:
Democrats handpick audience for unveiling of health care bill
 
Politico:
Opt-out divides Schumer and Emanuel
 
Boston Globe:
Some criticism as Obama girls get flu shot
 
Denver Post:
Colorado pot dispensaries thriving as stiffer regulation looms
 
Denver Post:
Colorado snow forces airport delays, closes highways
 
Washington Times:
Former N.Y. Gov. Pataki endorses conservative candidate, not Republican, for U.S. House seat
 
Politico:
Conservative Party candidate Doug Hoffman has clear shot to win N.Y. special election
 
Politico:
Chris Christie: 'Man up and say I'm fat'
 
Washington Post:
Seven House members scrutinized for possible ethics violations
Questions involve ties to lobbying firm founded by a former Capitol Hill aide
 
Boston Globe:
Governor to cut 1,000 state jobs
May also close the State House library
 
New York Times:
U.S. May Be Open to Asylum for Spouse Abuse
 
Washington Times:
Rescued hiker billed $25,735
Eagle Scout seen negligent
 
Washington Post/AP:
Passports linked to 9/11 found along Afghan border
 
Houston Chronicle:
Democrats leave door open for terrorists to be transferred to U.S., lawmaker says
 
Boston Globe:
Detained immigrant’s death leaves far-reaching questions
Obama administration pledged to improve conditions and medical care for jailed immigrants
 
Washington Times:
Republicans may stall climate change bill
Senate effort to start next week
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
California attorney-general's office taped reporters' calls without consent
 
Houston Chronicle:
Special police unit keeping tabs to be sure pedophiles don’t try to attract trick-or-treaters
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
'Asylum of Terror' haunted house angers N.J. mental-health advocates
 
Fox News:
Obama 'Most Powerful Writer Since Julius Caesar,' Says NEA Chief
 
Washington Post:
Va. investigates legality of access to voter list
Giving data to nonprofit might have been illegal, state election chief says
 
USA Today:
Banks say consumers catching up on credit card, mortgage payments
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. dentists buys back Halloween candy from kids, sends to U.S. soldiers abroad
 
USA Today:
Questions about fees land mutual funds before Supreme Court
 
Washington Post:
Va. to close pharmacy for mentally ill; budget crunch

Washington Post:
Book detail an abortion addiction that only motherhood could cure