Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, September 13, 2011

September 13, 2011 - 9:11 AM

Washington Post:
Activists offer guidance on celebrating end of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’
Says troops should be allowed to attend celebratory parties

Washington Times:
Higher Md. alcohol tax nets additional $6 million in first month

The Hill:
HHS rejects Delaware healthcare waiver

Denver Post:
Denver's 10th Circuit Court in spotlight as it considers Oklahoma's Shariah-law case

Fox News:
House to Vote on Bill to Block Government Case Against Boeing

The Hill:
Trumka: Anti-labor board bill would gut worker protections, hurt economy

The Hill:
Thousands in Arizona opt to homeschool

Denver Post:
Denver utility managers push for state to outlaw some toilets

Politico:
CDC to fight HIV with comic books

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Casino coming to Valley Forge

Arizona Republic:
Web pleas help illegal immigrants pay for college

Denver Post:
Drilling spills rise, but fines rare

The Hill:
Rep. King says Judiciary Committee should question Obama's 'Uncle Omar'

Fox News:
U.S. Mum Over Reported Taliban Office in Qatar

Washington Post:
Camp Victory, the U.S. military headquarters in Iraq, getting ready to close

Fox News:
High School Tech Whiz Helps MIT Design Military Gadgets

USA Today:
California weighs college aid for illegal immigrants

Fox News:
Medical costs for beaten Giants fan expected to top $50M

Washington Post:
Parental presence may hinder kids’ outdoor activity

Fox News:
Supporters of 'Personhood Amendment' Make Case to Mississippi Voters

Washington Post:
Pro-life protesters target abortion clinic’s landlord outside his child’s school

The Hill:
Rep. Issa hit with ethics allegations

Washington Times:
Obama said ‘Politics’ is impeding jobs plan, before he sent it to Congress

Los Angeles Times:
Republicans object to Obama's plan to pay for jobs package

USA Today:
Poll: Obama trails fight for moderates

USA Today:
More Americans tailoring religion to fit their needs

Politico:
Newt's debate performances have his campaign claiming a second wind

Politico:
Pawlenty endorsment brings pluses, minuses to Romney campaign

Politico:
Feinstein: 'Wiped out' by embezzlement scandal
Treasurer for hundreds of state, local and federal campaign committees arrested

Politico:
Anita Hill to speak out on 20th anniversary of hearings

Los Angeles Times:
Coyotes at Glendale home will be trapped, killed, officials say

Washington Times:
D.C. police see no pattern in third transgender shooting