Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, April 12, 2011

April 12, 2011 - 7:56 AM

Los Angeles Times:
PG&E wants Diablo Canyon nuclear plant's relicensing to be delayed for seismic testing

Boston Globe:
New kind of restraining order leads to surge in filings, many frivolous
Lawmakers urged to reconsider law establishing 'harassment prevention order'

Politico:
New health exchanges giving states migraines
HHS to unveil requirements for state insurance exchanges in late spring

Fox News:
Illinois House Approves Bill Keeping Names of Gun Owners Private

Fox News:
J.Crew Ad Showing Boy With Pink Nail Polish Sparks Debate on Gender Identity

Providence Journal:
Health plans for retired R.I. lawmakers will cost taxpayers $1.5 million this year

Boston Globe:
Expired food given to prisons by state education dept.
Follows outcry over expired food given to students

Boston Globe:
Romney takes next big step toward run for president - in N.H.
Formation of committee allows him to raise money

Politico:
White House: Not upping debt limit 'Armageddon-like' for economy

Los Angeles Times:
Obama to draw sharp contrast with GOP over deficit

Washington Post:
DC Mayor, council members arrested at protest of D.C. riders in spending bill

Politico:
Peter Orszag, citing infighting, says he never wanted OMB job

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie signs law to create voluntary next-of-kin registry for serious accidents

Boston Globe:
Bill seeks to restrict protests at funerals
Lawmaker wants bigger buffer zone

Fox News:
U.S. will reconsider its drone policy in Pakistan following fury over civilian deaths
'That is something on our agenda,” U.S. ambassador told Pakistani military officials

Houston Chronicle:
Two U.S. soldiers may have died by missile fired from U.S. drone
U.S. investigating possible case of friendly fire

Politico:
Donations to Planned Parenthood surging in the wake of budget showdown

Arizona Republic:
Controversy surrounds Phoenix Police Department's federal grant to fight kidnappings, home invasions
critics say the department deliberately inflated kidnapping statistics to obtain it

Arizona Republic/AP:
6 suspected smugglers arrested at Arizona border

USA Today:
Disgruntled voters launch rash of recall drives against mayors in cities across the USA

Houston Chronicle:
West Texas becomes more lonely as population drops
Despite the state's growth, many counties are continuing to decline

Fox News:
U.N. Investigators Depict Equality for Women Efforts Within U.N. System are a Costly Failure

Los Angeles Times:
Suspect in Border Patrol agent's 2009 slaying arrested in Tijuana

Palm Beach Post:
BP gives Fla. $30 million for tourism; Gov. doesn't want state to join oil-spill lawsuit

Palm Beach Post:
Fla. Gov. Scott trying to sell off family stake in clinics
The move comes as rumors swirl about a possible ethics complaint

Politico:
Rep. Michele Bachmann stares down heckler in Iowa

Politico:
Sen. Rand Paul calls efforts to cut spending 'not credible or serious'

Politico:
Wis. Gov. Scott Walker heads to Capitol Hill
House hearing to focus on state and municipal debt

Providence Journal:
City of Providence used debt money to pay operating costs

New Hampshire Union Leader:
Town of Hooksett signs $561,000 contract for sewer disk clean up
Millions of plastic disks escaped from the local sewage treatment plant last month

Sacramento Bee:
Students say UC-Davis violates their rights by spying on protests

USA Today:
Las Vegas show prices at record highs

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
At Bretton Woods, a call for financial discipline

Washington Post:
Senators say down-payment requirement not their intent for finance law

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Broward schools build pools, don't teach students to swim

The Hill:
Limbaugh: GOP caved on budget deal