Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, January 6, 2011

January 6, 2011 - 9:16 AM

Washington Post/AP:
2nd person denied Ariz. transplant coverage dies
Death "most likely" resulted from the coverage reduction, said hospital spokeswoman

Boston Globe:
High school will penalize students whose parents fail to attend drug/alcohol meeting
Effort to present unified front against teen substance abuse

Boston Globe:
Napolitano: Counterterrorism must focus on shipments of everyday chemicals

Politico:
Republican Rep. Steve King unveils birthright bill
Would automatic citizenship for anyone born in the country

Washington Post:
Several states want court ruling on birthright citizenship
States launching their own efforts to end automatic U.S. citizenship

Boston Globe:
R.I. governor ends order enforcing immigration law

The Hill:
Is Obama’s motorcade a seatbelt-free zone?

Politico:
The IRS is tormenting struggling taxpayers, says the agency’s internal watchdog
Scathing report released Wednesday

New York Times:
Democrats plan attack on Republican health care repeal effort

The Hill:
Amendments to health care repeal filed by Dems to force vote on popular patient protections

Fox News:
Judge orders U.S. to supply mentally deficient illegal immigrants with lawyers to fight deportation

USA Today:
Questions remain in border agent's killing
Family in frustrating wait for information

The Hill:
Obama will address U.S. Chamber of Commerce next month
Effort to shed his anti-business image

Politico:
Divided labor movement coming together for campaign against corporate America

The Hill:
GOP drops “labor” from a House committee name

Philadelphia Inquirer:
N.J. considers corporate tax break

Fox News:
Elizabeth Edwards cut John out of her will days before she died

USA Today:
Report linking vaccine to autism 'an elaborate fraud'

Fox News:
Witnesses: John Wheeler appeared disoriented, disheveled prior to death

Washington Post:
Northern Virginia delegates push anti-bullying legislation

Fox News:
Gigantic 'green' building planned for Portland
Oregon Sustainability Center will generate its own electricity

The Hill:
Republican gets Democrat's support on legislation to strike net neutrality

Politico:
West Virginia Democrat takes aim at EPA

Washington Times:
Senators seek data on Gitmo detainee transfers
Call on Justice for documents

USA Today:
Army efforts don't stem Fort Hood suicides
Army's largest post saw a record-high number of soldiers kill themselves in 2010

USA Today:
Starbucks drops its name from logo

Washington Post:
U.N. group warns of potential 'food price shock'

Washington Post:
New Biblical theme park shows conservative Christians are embracing green building

Washington Post:
Recession-bruised states' revenue sank 30 percent in 2009, Census Bureau reports

The Hill:
New Speaker Boehner pledges humble majority