Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 4, 2011

By Susan Jones | October 4, 2011 | 8:18 AM EDT

Boston Globe:
Boston protesters: 'We’re working on our message and demands'

Washington Post:
D.C. police get ready for large-scale protests
Anti-Wall Street groups to demonstrate in city

Los Angeles Times:
Dick Durbin: Bank of America customers should 'vote with their feet'
'Get the heck out of that bank,' Durbin said Monday on the Senate floor

Denver Post:
EEOC lawsuit accuses hotel of discriminating against white workers
"It was their impression that such workers are lazy," the case filing states

Chicago Sun-Times:
Can’t pay for burial? Cook County morgue to donate bodies to science

Los Angeles Times:
Emails show top Justice Department officials knew of ATF gun program

Washington Times:
White House staffer was informed about gun probe
Emails exchanged with ATF

Palm Beach Post:
College students trying to ban leaf blowers in Palm Beach County

Fox News:
Van Jones Urges Progressives to 'Steal' Tea Party Strategy

Obama's former "green jobs" adviser also slams conservatives in speech

Fox News:
Mexico City Considers Two-Year Marriages
Couples could choose the term of their marriage, with a minimum length of two years

Fox News:
Louisiana Hospital to Ban Odor of Smoke on Workers' Clothes

Washington Times:
Right-to-work drive gains steam in Michigan

Washington Post:
Obama blasts Bank of America debit card fee

Washington Times:
Energy official praised Solyndra before FBI bust
Loans chief lauded ‘right direction’ of firm

Washington Post:
Obama was advised against visiting Solyndra after financial warnings

Denver Post:
Denver think tank endorses city initiative for paid sick leave
Restaurant owners object

Washington Post:
Perry slips, Cain rises in bid for nomination

Washington Post:
Cozy relationships and ‘peer benchmarking’ send CEOs’ pay soaring
Special report on 'breakaway wealth'

Chicago Sun-Times:
City Council panel extends texting and cell phone ban to bicyclists

Chicago Sun-Times:
Casino bill's tax breaks may cost Illinois schools over $100 million

Washington Times:
‘Underdog’ Obama on attack against GOP
“All we’ve gotten from them is ‘no’ ”

Politico:
Obama impeachment a possibility, says Ron Paul

Arizona Republic:
Palin pens foreword to Gov. Jan Brewer's book
'My Fight Against Special Interests, Liberal Media and Cynical Politicos to Secure America's Border'

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Is Christie too fat to be president? Pundits weigh in

Houston Chronicle:
Perry finds allies in unlikely places as he tries to tamp racism furor

USA Today:
Group seeks labels on genetically altered food

Los Angeles Times:
China lashes out against U.S. bill aimed at currency manipulators

Palm Beach Post:
Food-stamp use triples as local despair grow

Los Angeles Times:
White House proclamation names October as National Arts and Humanities Month

Boston Globe:
Suspect pleads not guilty to terrorism charges