Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 11, 2011

October 11, 2011 - 8:28 AM

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. public schools may teach students about abusive relationships
Move to expand expand anti-dating violence programs follows girl's murder

Politico:
David Plouffe: Obama on side of Occupy Wall Street protesters

Boston Globe:
Occupy Boston campers arrested for trespassing

Los Angeles Times:
FEMA denies aid to Virginia county at the epicenter of rare earthquake

Chicago Sun-Times:
City’s solar panel deal quietly suspended; Taxpayers lose money on deal

Fox News:
Wall Street protesters to march on homes of millionaire tycoons

The Hill:
Indiana requests a permanent waiver from Obamacare provision
HHS is expected to issue its decision within the month

Chicago Sun-Times:
Cost of nation's most expensive college: $58,334 a year

Miami Herald/McClatchy:
Tuesday debate in New Hampshire could be Cain's big show

Politico:
Harry Belafonte calls Herman Cain a ‘bad apple’

New York Times:
Protests Offer Help, and Risk, for Democrats

Washington Times:
Pelosi’s disclosure belated in husband’s land deal
Partner is father of favored envoy

Fox News:
CDC Official Accused of Child Molestation, Bestiality

Boston Globe:
Defense lobbyists warn cuts threaten Mass. jobs
Losses could hurt Bay State especially

The Hill:
25 states press for EPA mercury rule delay

Washington Times:
Issa letter questions Holder’s ‘credibility’ to serve

The Hill:
Obama ditches Slurpee analogy and shifts tone on struggling economy

USA Today:
Girl Scouts new badges include locavore (local food) awareness
There's also a Science of Happiness badge

New York Times:
States adding drug test as requirement for welfare
'New price of admission to the social safety net: a urine sample'

Boston Globe:
Elizabeth Warren's money haul is double that of Sen. Scott Brown
Democrat takes in $3.15m, double what senator raised

Chicago Sun-Times:
Jesse Jackson: Occupy Wall St. group speaks up for America

Los Angeles Times:
Suspected insurgents tortured in Afghanistan, U.N. says

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Air conditioners become hot target for copper thieves

Denver Post:
Colorado Supreme Court could take on medical-marijuana appeal
Medical-marijuana advocates say the state constitution creates fundamental right to medical pot

Washington Times:
D.C. protesters allowed to stay another 4 months

Washington Post:
Congress still may be unprepared for a terrorist strike

USA Today:
Wausau, Wis., has top credit rating of U.S. cities