Newspaper Roundup for July 30, 2009

July 30, 2009 - 7:23 AM
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Washington Times:
Oklahomans hit Justice's Department's meddling on English-only move
Trying to strongarm state into rejecting referendum

USA Today:
U.S. may require anti-DWI locks on vehicles

Washington Post:
Kay Bailey Hutchison Leaving Senate To Run for Tex. Governor
Republican Plans to Step Down in Fall

Washington Post:
House ready to approve pork-laden defense bill
Gives Pentagon new ships, planes, armored vehicles the military doesn’t want

Washington Times:
Obama loses immigration allies
Activists picket, feel betrayed by administration policies

Washington Post:
Quick Vote Trips Up Food Safety Bill In House

Washington Post:
Lawmakers Weigh Options for Overhauling U.S. Postal Service

Washington Post:
Mexican Radio Journalist Found Dead in Acapulco

Washington Post:
Would Tax on Health Benefits Rein In Spending?

Politico:
Is health bill too complex to grasp?

Politico:
Congress has a weight problem

Washington Post:
Obama Makes a Populist Pitch for Health Care

Houston Chronicle:
New fees lurk in Texas electricity bills

Washington Times:
No. 3 at Justice OK'd reversal of New Black Panther Party voter intimidation case
Case involved polling place in Philadelphia

Boston Globe:
Unconscious racial biases can influence our behavior
Even nonracists may unknowingly behave in ways that reflect racial stereotypes

Arizona Republic:
Illegal-immigrant populace in Ariz. falls by a third, study says
 
Arizona Republic:
$5.5 million in stimulus to fight border violence

Fox News:
Critics Worry Measure to Save Wild Horses Is Taxpayer Drain

Boston Globe:
Police say more ‘assault weapons’ are being used in city shootings
Brazen weapon fire chills police
 
Boston Globe:
Expect a health care ad blitz as groups intensify pressure on Congress

Washington Post:
U.S. Judge Blasts D.C.'s Handling of Protest Cases

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Chilling details of abortion doctor's murder

USA Today:
Unpaid property taxes hit localities

Washington Post:
D.C. eyes tax increases to ease budget crunch

BBC:
Two British-built satellites will help monitor natural disasters
‘Crisis satellites’ launched from Kazakhstan

Houston Chronicle:
Lax hospitals may be fostering black-market kidney selling

Houston Chronicle:
ConocoPhillips sees tumble in its profits

USA Today:
Smoking bans, taxes burn cigar makers

Boston Globe:
Stolen baby is found alive
Woman arrested in grisly case

Washington Post:
Lyme Disease Cases Rising, Causing Alarm
Officials Are Focusing On Prevention, Treatment

USA Today:
Tough times for older, male workers; see jobs fade

San Francisco Chronicle:
Arsons spread: 4 more cars torched in S.F.

Politico:
Earmark critic steered cash to blimp, former aide 
Providence Journal:
1,200 R.I. businesses face closure over sales tax
Out of business unless they pay their overdue sales taxes immediately

Providence Journal:
R.I. public employee unions plan to sue over pension changes
Legislature made changes in June to save taxpayers tens of millions of dollars
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