Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, April 20, 2010

April 20, 2010 - 7:42 AM
Washington Post:
FDA plans to limit amount of salt allowed in processed foods for health reasons
Says less sodium would prevent thousands of deaths from hypertension and heart disease
 
Washington Post:
Tanning beds may get closer scrutiny based on findings about skin cancer risk
 
The Hill:
Democrat tells Obama, Push immigration or I’ll tell Latino voters to stay home
 
Washington Post:
Ruling on racial isolation in Miss. schools reflects troubling broader trend
A drift back into segregation
 
USA Today:
The Princeton Review offers a new guide to 286 'green' colleges
More students care about a college's commitment to sustainability.
 
Los Angeles Times:
Air Force, in reversal, will discharge lesbian officer
 
Washington Post:
Obama will go to W.Va. to eulogize miners killed in explosion
 
Washington Post:
Obama picks Donald Berwick of Harvard to run Medicare and Medicaid
 
USA Today:
Goldman Sachs lawsuit adds to investor fears
 
Politico:
Goldman Sachs taps ex-W.H. counsel Gregory Craig
Investment firm mounts aggressive defense
 
Los Angeles Times:
CalPERS 'disturbed' by fraud case against Goldman Sachs
Giant government pension fund owns 1.8 million shares in the investment bank
 
Washington Times:
Donated wedding diamonds pay for water wells in Africa
 
Washington Times:
Gay rights protesters heckle Obama at California fundraiser
Blast inaction on don't ask, don't tell
 
Washington Times:
Senators issue Fort Hood subpoenas
Cabinet members must hand over papers
 
Fox News/AP:
School District Admits Secretly Capturing 56,000 Images From Students' Laptops
 
USA Today:
Inhofe: Climate's no better for bill
 
Washington Post:
Dorothy I. Height, founding matriarch of civil rights movement, dies at 98
 
Washington Post:
Pentagon planning more oversight of war-zone contractors
 
Washington Times:
McCain, Kyl want troops on U.S.-Mexico border
Senators seek security as Legislature cracks down
 
Politico:
John McCain tacks right on immigration
 
USA Today:
Payday lenders lobby for loophole in regulation
 
Washington Times:
Gun-law repeals threaten D.C. voting rights bill
 
Los Angeles Times:
Two Riverside County men booked in American flag desecration case
 
Washington Times:
Gun owners flock to Washington and suburbs, armed with a message
 
Los Angeles Times:
California officials want to increase black bear hunting
 
USA Today:
New castles bring back medieval memories
Ozark Medieval Fortress will serve as an outdoor classroom
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Task force urged to probe Philadelphia courts
Questions about whether justice is being served
 
USA Today:
Economy forces states to get creative with tourism campaigns
 
Politico:
Bisphenol-A (BPA) battle makes way to Senate
 
Fox News/AP:
Oklahoma Bill Would Force Some Women to Get Vaginal Probe Before Abortion
 
USA Today:
Muslim cleric joins Rev. Pat Robertson blaming quakes on sinners
 
New York Times:
N.J. Voters Asked to Pay More for Less at Schools
 
Boston Globe:
Transgender bill opens door to party clash
Activists see ‘flip-flop’ by GOP nominee Baker
 
Boston Globe:
Panel OK’s firefighter drug tests, 19% raise
Arbitration ruling caps 4-year contract impasse
 
Washington Post/AP:
US military operation in Haiti draws to close
 
New York Times:
Supreme Court: Before Gay Marriage Fight, Clashes on Free Speech
Denver Post:
Colo. bill allows insurance discounts for health improvement
Could result in co-workers with same coverage paying different premiums

Denver Post:
Boulder residents protest spraying dandelions

Palm Beach Post:
Florida hospital is training Vermont medical students
'You see a lot of things here you don't see in Vermont'
 
Arizona Republic:
Federal authorities in Arizona are filing more drug-trafficking cases
 
The State (S.C.):
SC mayor doesn't want secession monument in park
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Many Missouri caves will close over bat disease
 
The State:
Sen. Graham challenges EPA claims about pollution
Lists S.C. businesses that would be harmed by global warming regulations
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Liquor Commissioner fired over drunk driving charges
 
Arizona Republic:
Presidential 'birther bill' advances in Arizona House
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Potential use of dredged material on N.J. beaches spurs debate