Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, February 11, 2010

February 11, 2010 - 7:22 AM
 
Arizona Republic:
Arizona quits Western climate endeavor; Cutting emissions too expensive, governor says

Boston Globe:
State urges food allergy safety in restaurants
Burden placed on restaurant workers, who will get special prevention training
 
Boston Globe:
Mass. governor wants authority to review and reject rates charged by hospitals, doctors
New effort to make health care affordable

Los Angeles Times:
Protesters clash with police as Iran marks Islamic revolution
 
Boston Globe:
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) shops his autobiography to publishers
 
Politico:
Unions bash Democrats, warn of political fallout
 
Washington Times:
Moderate Republicans crash tea party
 
Washington Times:
Study finds lack of civic learning in college
 
Politico:
Blizzards freeze Democrat agenda
 
New York Times:
Ferocious storms consistent with warming planet, some say
Climate change producing more frequent and more intense weather events
 
Politico:
Conservatives mock Al Gore on snowstorms
 
Washington Times:
Breakaway Episcopalians get sympathy in England
 
Washington Times:
Fed to raise rates when recovery takes hold
Bernanke looks toward end of stimulus
 
Politico:
Activists angry over President Obama's bonus talk
 
USA Today:
Citi to let distressed homeowners stay for 6 months
 
USA Today:
Smaller banks at risk if commercial real estate falters
 
Boston Globe:
Police say man with weapons caches was preparing for Armageddon
 
Politico:
Republican Sen. Judd Gregg reaches out to President Obama on health care
Pushing his own lower-cost approach focused on preventive care
 
Washington Times:
Ex-Rep. Joe Wilson, foe of Soviets, dies
 
Washington Post:
Massive MLK memorial to be assembled soon on national Mall
Granite blocks coming from China
 
Washington Post:
Federal government shut down for unprecedented fourth day
 
Washington Post:
Weather too warm in Vancouver, as Winter Olympics begin with little snow
 
USA Today:
Seniority helps fund lawmakers' pet projects
 
Washington Post:
Virginia governor wants more charter schools in state
 
Washington Post:
Google makes a push into super-fast broadband access
 
Washington Post:
Poll finds most Americans are unhappy with government
 
USA Today:
Blizzard paralyzes U.S. air travel
 
Washington Post:
Snowstorm may advance the cause of telework
 
USA Today:
Michelle Obama on Sarah Palin: 'I don't know her'
 
New York Times:
Germany, Forced to Buoy Greece, Rues Shift to Euro
 
New York Times:
Right to Free Speech Collides With Fight Against Terror
 
Los Angeles Times:
Toyota may redesign push-button ignition
 
Los Angeles Times:
More than 1,500 California jail inmates are released early
Fox News:
Iran Shuts Down Gmail, Announces National E-Mail Service

Fox News:
Obama Blames White House Staffing Problems on GOP, Threatens Recess Appointments

Fox News:
Elizabeth Edwards Threatening to Sue Ex-Aide Over Broken Marriage
Alienation of affection

Fox News:
Alabama Puts Planned Parenthood Clinic on Probation After Undercover Sting

Fox News:
Man Sues California Mall After Guard Arrests Him for Having Conversation About God

Fox News:
White House Rebuffs GOP's Calls for Resignation of Counterterrorism Chief

Fox News/Wall Street Journal:
Military to Discipline at Least 6 Officers in Ft. Hood Case

Chicago Sun-Times:
Local school councils, led by parents, may be stripped of power to pick principals

Chicago Sun-Times:
Ban gay marriages, GOP gov hopeful says

The Hill:
McCain, Lieberman to introduce human-rights sanctions on Iran

The Hill:
Reid hopes for bipartisanship on jobs proposal at Thursday meeting

Denver Post:
Colorado lawmaker says to fight poverty, unwed people shouldn't have kids
Anti-poverty remark stirs Colorado Dems' anger

Denver Post:
Boulder Republican plans to sue Colorado over tax-limiting Taxpayer's Bill of Rights
Says TABOR deprives the state legislature of its power to tax

Houston Chronicle:
Mexican president visiting violence-torn Juarez to reassure citizens

St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP:
Troopers find nearly 2 tons of pot in southeast Missouri

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Newlywed slain by stalker after judge denies request for restraining order

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
After outcry, no undercover officers at Dartmouth parties