Newspaper Roundup for Mar. 2, 2009

March 2, 2009 - 8:13 AM
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Boston Globe;
Mass. governor wants to charge $2 ‘carbon fee’ for airport parking
 
USA Today:
EPA: Air tests near schools a priority
 
BBC:
US clinic offers ‘designer babies’
Choose the hair and eye color…
 
USA Today:
Hard times can encourage a wealthy emotional life
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
High-end buses to make bid for Lexus commuters
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Showdown looms on gun control in Illinois Legislature
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Farrakhan: Followers must continue 'Obama energy'
Nation of Islam's holds annual Saviours' Day convention in suburban Chicago
 
USA Today:
Paul Harvey's singular voice falls silent
 
Boston Globe:
US creating system to rate health therapies
Critics fear plan may lead to rationing
 
Boston Globe:
Cartel suspects attack Mexican police
 
Fox News:
Report: Marine One Information Found on Computer in Iran
 
Fox News:
Limbaugh Rallies Conservatives to Fight Democrats, Find 'Right Candidate'
 
Washington Times:
Emanuel: GOP relies on Limbaugh
 
Fox News:
L.A. County Tries for Cuss-Free Week
 
Washington Times:
Defense Secretary Gates: Pullout timeline workable
 
Washington Post:
On Economy, Two Men Steer Obama Agenda
 
Washington Post:
Blogs In, Badges Out as Girl Scouts Modernize
Amid Falling Membership, Group Is Rebranding Itself, but Cookies Will Remain
 
Washington Post:
Researchers Find Safer Way to Produce Stem Cell Alternative
Skin Cells Transformed Without Worrisome Use of Viruses
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Social isolation a significant health issue
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Economic woes hit porn industry
 
Politico.com:
Pelosi's list: Who's on her bad side?
 
Politico.com:
Boehner's job on the line in 2010
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Pastors rally behind Burris
 
Washington Times:
Obama's cap & trade plan irks some Democrats
Senators wary of state costs
 
Washington Times:
Sen. Hatch's secret drug firm links
Drugmaker money to Utah senator's charity escaped disclosure
 
Washington Post:
Marines Gaining Annapolis Grads
Dedication, Needs in Middle East Drive Naval Academy Trend
 
Jerusalem  Post:
Left-wing group warns of settlement expansion
 
New York Post:
Growing Economic Crisis Threatens the Idea of One Europe
 
BBC:
Winning bidder refuses to pay for statues claimed by his homeland, China