Newspaper Roundup for Mar. 30, 2009

March 30, 2009 - 8:31 AM
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Washington Times:
Obama to sign lands bill before the promised 5 days of comment

Denver Post:
Optimism on your sleeve: ‘No Complaints’ bracelet
 
New York Times:
Wagoner: The Steady Optimist Who Oversaw G.M.’s Decline

Boston Globe:
Federal agency that insures pensions shifted to stocks
Concern increases as losses mount
 
Denver Post:
Denver lawmakers unveil plan to help schools ‘go green’
 
Washington Times:
AIG chiefs pressed to donate to Dodd
 
Washington Post:
White House Cheat Sheet: Obama Plays Hardball on Autos
 
Boston Globe:
Harvard encourages dusting off the classics
 
Houston Chronicle:
Climate lobbying in D.C. attracts Texans

Houston Chronicle:
Trying their luck back home
Turned away by struggling U.S., Mexican immigrants building

Boston Globe:
Union canvassers want to organize big teaching hospitals in Boston

Politico:
Budget, Britney dim Republican Cantor's star
 
USA Today:
Nuclear power inches back into energy spotlight
 
Boston Globe:
Amid piracy threat, Massachusetts Maritime Academy expands security training 

Fox News:
Administration Delays Change to Military's 'Don't Ask Don't Tell' Policy
 
Washington Post/Reuters:
Pentagon chief favors sanctions to press Iran
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Obama: I have strained friendships in White House

Fox News:
Islamic Law's Influence in America a Growing Concern
 
Washington Post:
NY House special election seen as Obama's 1st test
 
Washington Times:
Obama says he'll fight for tax cut
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Berkeley school lunch program to be on its own

Fox News/AP:
Single Largest Cigarette Tax Hike Goes Into Effect Wednesday
 
BBC:
'No halt' to Gaza arms smuggling
 
Washington Post:
Jerusalem mayor asks U.S. aid in rebuilding
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Skate park graffiti has 'gotten brutal'
 
Washington Post:
Fear of new regs drives gun, ammo shortage