Newspaper Roundup for Monday, September 28, 2009

September 28, 2009 - 7:23 AM
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Boston Globe:
Poll suggests costs of Mass. universal health care costs worry the public
Public support has slipped over the past year
 
Washington Times:
Liberals seek health-care access for illegals
House Dems: unfair to bar illegals from paying their own way in a gov’t-sponsored exchange
 
Boston Globe:
Fees deter many from citizenship
Advocates say cuts in services also play role
 
Washington Post:
Officials may require health studies before major roads are approved
Washington, D.C., suburb eyeing vehicle exhaust
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
U.S. government may declare nonendangered species endangered
Shovelnose sturgeon not endangered, but it resembles endangered pallid sturgeon

Washington Times:
Six Flags eyes theme park in Nigeria
African nation has no theme parks

Washington Times:
Trial lawyers lobby sinks $6.2M in debt
Debts rise, members fall

Washington Times:
Social Security hurt by job losses, laid-off seniors
Early retirees also boost deficit

Denver Post:
Colo. state officials work on stimulus oversight
State officials are hashing out how to pay those who'll manage grants

Washington Post:
Worrisome signs for the future of the PTA, as more schools opt out
National group seen as too bureaucratic, less relevant in Internet age

Washington Post:
Climate-Change Study Cites Role of Ancient Farming
People began altering the climate thousands of years ago, professor argues
 
Houston Chronicle:
Christianity in the crosshairs as Texas official develop new curriculum standards
Finding common agreement on America's origins as a Christian nation could be tricky
 
Washington Post:
Pope urges Europe to remember Christian heritage
 
Washington Post:
More school: Obama would curtail summer vacation
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
California GOP sees hope on the horizon
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Chances are good California pot legalization measure will pass
 
Boston Globe:
Little power for Afghans elected to local councils
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP:
Homeless Ga. sex offenders directed to woods

Boston Globe:
Wellesley College pulls plug on program for senior citizens
Budget cuts blamed for suspension of program that allowed seniors to audit classes for free

Politico:
Republicans believe 2010 will be the year Pelosi sinks some Democrats
House Speaker seen as campaign wedge

USA Today:
Sen. Rockefeller seeks to extend health care bill's protections
 
USA Today:
Joint Chiefs chairman seeks brain-injury limit for deployed troops
Politico:
President Obama going to Copenhagen to pitch Chicago as Olympics venue
Will join first lady in effort to win one for his hometown

Politico:
Bill Clinton: Midterm election won't be a '94 repeat

Fox News:
Bill Clinton revives 'right-wing conspiracy'
 
Politico:
President Obama going to Copenhagen to pitch Chicago as Olympics venue
Will join first lady in effort to win one for his hometown

Jerusalem Post:
Policemen wounded in Temple Mt. riots

Los Angeles Times:
An Afghan in Muncie, Ind.: Enrolling in U.S. Life 101
 
Fox News:
'SNL' Newcomer Drops F-Bomb During Season Opener
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
More U.S. students picking Canadian universities

Miami Herald:
University to charge $5 fee for some graduation guests

Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago AIDS charity facing scrutiny over spending
Half million dollars for what? Bonuses, payment for Soldier Field skybox