Newspaper Roundup for Mar. 26, 2009

March 26, 2009 - 6:06 AM
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Washington Times:
Geithner gaffe roils markets
'Open' view to world currency recanted
 
USA Today:
More companies cut or end 401(k) plan matches
 
Washington Times:
Dem ties help establish 'pork park' in New Jersey
Lands bill designates site

Washington Post:
A Growing Chorus on the Hill Questions the Fed's Decisions
Lawmakers Could Delay Expansion of Bank's Powers
 
Washington Post:
Obama Tries to Unite Democrats On Budget Plan
House, Senate Want Stronger Deficit Relief
 
Politico:
Dems vs. Dems: Liberals object to moderates slowing down Obama’s agenda
 
Politico:
Budget battle rife with contradictions

Politico:
Pelosi: We don't need GOP on budget
 
Politico:
Prospects dim for card-check labor bill
 
Washington Post:
In Afghan War, U.S. Dominance Increasing
NATO Is Likely to Lose Clout
 
Washington Post:
Director of FBI Urges Renewal of Patriot Act
Portions of Law to Expire This Year
 
USA Today:
Southern Baptists urge their members to evangelize more
 
Washington Post:
Idaho teacher sells advertising space on tests
 
Washington Post:
Stocks Up After Seesaw Session
Upbeat Reports Tempered by Poor Treasurys Auction
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
DEA raids pot dispensary in SF

Washington Times:
Mortgage fraud cases swamp FBI
 
New York Times:
Cities Deal With a Surge in Shanty Towns
 
Boston Globe:
A Harvard dean gets call from Washington
Obama taps Koh for a health post

Washington Times:
Postal chief defends bonuses
Seeks savings in worker benefits

BBC:
Chinafury at US military report
Report says China is altering the military balance in Asia
 
BBC:
UK therapists offer gay 'treatment'

Los Angeles Times:
Orange County sheriff revoking concealed weapons permits
 
Los Angeles Times:
Some jobless aren't down and out enough to qualify for aid
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
New cameras in police cruisers can analyze thousands of license tags a day
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Missouri Highway Patrol rescinds controversial militia report

Palm Beach Post:
Fla. universities to weigh mandatory health insurance

Denver Post:
Colorado hospital fee draws some GOP support
But one Republican calls it "immoral," saying if Dems want it, they must raise taxes

Houston Chronicle:
Texas may loosen laws on storing guns in cars
 
Houston Chronicle:
Mexico convinces U.S. to delay border vegetation spraying

Jerusalem Post:
'IAF planes bombed Gaza-bound weapons convoy in Sudan'