Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, July 13, 2010

July 13, 2010 - 8:12 AM
Washington Post:
Confidence in Obama reaches new low, Washington Post-ABC News poll finds
 
Politico:
High-risk health insurance pools off to slow start
 
Los Angeles Times:
Small-business lending drops sharply in June after federal program runs out of money
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. commercial fishermen are caught in tightening net of government restrictions
 
Politico:
An estimated 6,300 safety hazards lurk on Capitol Hill, new report says
Office of Compliance is responsible for protecting the congressional workplace
 
Fox News:
NAACP Considers Condemning Tea Party for 'Racism'
 
Politico:
Michelle Obama addresses NAACP, pushing her 'Let's Move' campaign
'No one wants to say goodbye to mac and cheese, fried chicken and mashed potatoes'
 
Politico:
Michele Bachmann sees a 'nation of slaves'
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Chicago police supt. on gun law: 'We want to know who has weapons'
Dozens visit Chicago police HQ for forms to register firearms
 
USA Today:
Backlash grows against full-body scanners in airports
 
The Hill:
Democrats and AARP want to make IRA enrollment automatic
 
Washington Post:
Army Navy Country Club members sue club's leaders over bike path
Club's leaders accused of cutting inappropriate deal with the county
 
Washington Times:
GOP poised to grab control at state levels
Democrats in danger of losing legislatures
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Gov. Chris Christie plans to sign 2 percent tax cap into law

Boston Globe:
Milford’s melting pot boils over; Influx of illegal immigrants spurs resentment
 
Fox News:
Felons Voting Illegally May Have Put Al Franken in Senate, Study Finds
 
USA Today:
New Jersey Supreme Court side with non-English speaking drivers stopped for DUI
Must be informed of consequences of refusing to take breath test in language they understand
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Protest over Arizona immigration law coming to Tuesday's All Star Game
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
YMCA not trying to shed Christian ties with new logo, officials say
 
Politico:
The knives are out in the Democrats' stalemate over $10B to avert teacher layoffs
 
Boston Globe:
At increasingly risqué concerts, parents keep a watchful eye
Some acts, laced with vulgar language and sexual content, are not kid-friendly
 
Los Angeles Times:
Democrat Dianne Feinstein backs effort to defeat marijuana legalization
 
New York Times:
Beyond Guns: N.R.A. Expands Agenda
 
Boston Globe:
Relic of cross stolen from cathedral
Archdiocese prays for its recovery
 
Politico:
Taxpayers have paid out $1 million a year in settlements to abused congressional employees
 
The Hill:
Dems push teleworking bill after February’s monster snowfall
 
Boston Globe:
Brigham will recruit patients for gene study
Massive effort’s goal is to explain role in disease
 
Washington Post:
Health-care overhaul includes pilot program of house calls for elderly patients
 
Los Angeles Times:
Store owners angry over ordinance limiting signs posted in windows
Studio City merchants say the crackdown will hurt their businesses
 
Boston Globe:
US government urged to rescind its denial of a travel visa to a Colombian journalist
Hollman Morris, to be honored by Harvard, denied visa under “terrorist activities" section of Patriot Act
 
Boston Globe:
Plymouth urged to ban off-road vehicles to aid piping plovers
 
USA Today:
'Hypochondriac's Handbook' highlights rare health problems
 
Boston Globe:
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library is reliving events that led to his 1960 victory
 
Politico:
GOP woos K Street with Robert Gibbs's words about Dems losing seats in midterm
 
Washington Times/AP:
Broadcast viewership hits record low
 
Los Angeles Times:
Venice nonprofit receives $1.3-million grant to help homeless people with disabilities
 
Baltimore Sun:
Baltimore Gas & Electric tries again on 'smart meter' technology
New proposal to regulators comes after June rejection by Maryland Public Service Commission