Newspaper Roundup for Monday, July 26, 2010

July 26, 2010 - 7:46 AM
Washington Post:
Freedom of photography: Police, security bar people from photographing public buildings
 
Washington Times:
Medical marijuana to be OK in some Veterans' clinics
 
Fox News:
Geithner Defends Letting Tax Cuts for Wealthy Expire, Cites Deficit

Fox News:
Justice Department Right in Black Panther Case, Commission Official Says

Fox News:
Chavez Warns of US Oil Cutoff in Colombia Dispute
 
Denver Post:
Colorado Tea Partyers say Tancredo betrayed them
 
Denver Post:
Senate hopeful in Colorado regrets criticism of Tea Party birthers
 
The Hill:
Howard Dean calls Fox News 'absolutely racist' for aiding Sherrod ouster
 
The Hill:
Al Franken warns that GOP Congress would bring 'truly dangerous agenda'
 
USA Today:
Wal-Mart plan to use smart tags raises privacy concerns
 
Washington Post:
Union assails Wal-Mart's wage levels, other employment practices
 
Boston Globe:
As college textbook prices soar, students get a rental option
 
Boston Globe:
Accessibility compliance still an issue for disabled
20 years after law, new Boston panel seeking more progress
 
Boston Globe:
Gov. Patrick returns from war zone, defends visit
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Atlantic City takeover another example of Christie's governing style
 
New York Times:
Lutherans Offer Warm Welcome to Gay Pastors
 
Fox News/Newscore:
Rocker Bret Michaels Busted for Pot, Other Drugs on Tour Bus
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Proposed N.J. legislation would change charter school guidelines
 
Baltimore Sun:
Bedbug numbers swell; City devises public health strategy
 
Washington Times:
Heavy liability could sink small oil drillers
Bill puts American businesses at risk
 
Washington Post:
China's investments in Brazil and elsewhere reflect new ambition, swagger
 
Washington Post:
Despite House ethics probe, Charles Rangel's support remains strong in Harlem
 
USA Today:
Goldman Sachs reveals where bailout cash went
 
USA Today:
Plan would crack down on for-profit college industry