Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 28, 2010

April 28, 2010 - 9:45 AM
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. court to rule whether hospitals may refuse life support despite wishes of families, patients
Hospital says it should be able to decide whether to end life support
 
Politico:
Disabled get job training on Hill
Students with intellectual disabilities working in congressional offices
 
Politico:
Why reporters are down on Obama
White House called thin-skinned, controlling, stingy with even basic information
 
Politico:
Jeb Bush speaks out against Ariz. law
He's the first prominent national Republican to do so
 
Los Angeles Times:
Need for dental care overwhelms free clinic in Los Angeles
 
Fox News:
Groups Raise Alarm Over Social Security Tampering as Debt Panel Starts Negotiations
 
Washington Times:
Federal bills would repeal D.C. gun laws
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
April snow: A foot falls in parts of New Hampshire
 
USA Today:
Sandra Bullock files for divorce, adopts baby
 
Washington Times:
Justice Department's anti-gang units not meshing; Streets grow more violent
 
Washington Times:
Obama pushes 'second-chance' training for young people
 
Washington Times:
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham quits immigration reform
Graham says issue must wait till 2012, after border is secure
 
Politico:
Senate Democrat says Lindsey Graham is shielding John McCain
 
Washington Times:
GOP sees Obama rift as way to woo Jews
 
USA Today:
Petitions for pardons and shorter prison sentences flowing in to President Obama
 
Fox News/AP:
Judge Says Univ. of Wyo. must allow Ayers' speech
 
Washington Times:
U.S. Muslims urged to engage in culture
Bush's ban lifted for scholar
 
Los Angeles Times:
LA remains nation's smoggiest city
More than 140 days a year with dangerous ozone
 
The Hill:
Dems launch new TV ad attacking Senate GOP on Wall Street reform
 
USA Today:
Ford posts $2.1B 1Q profit on strong sales
 
Boston Globe:
Mass.clinic offers free health care to Latino immigrants
 
Boston Globe:
Catholic health care under corporate ownership
Can profitability and religious mission be integrated?
 
Los Angeles Times:
California takes new tack in bid for U.S. school funding
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Despite cash crunch, Chicago elementary school getting $500,000 in artificial turf
 
USA Today:
Virginia museum restores slave cemetery
 
Fox News:
Anti-Tea Party Teacher Back in the Classroom
 
Fox News:
U.N.'s Environmental Housekeeping in Chaos, Internal Report Shows
 
The Hill:
Administration only partially complies with Ft. Hood subpoenas
 
The Hill:
Top Democrat predicts August healthcare bump in the polls
 
Politico:
Chaplains fight repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'
 
Houston Chronicle:
Student brought to court in chains for shirking jury duty
 
Politico:
Lesson in e-mail's staying power
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Judge admits to conflict in giving restraining order to someone she knew