Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 4, 2012

April 4, 2012 - 9:19 AM

Washington Post:
NBC issues apology on Zimmerman tape screw-up

Washington Post:
Doctors groups call for end to unnecessary procedures

Miami Herald:
Motorcyclist hurt after 100-year-old driver turns into his path

USA Today:
Romney sweep shows new phase in GOP race

Fox News:
Gay teen sues Ohio school for banning 'Jesus Is Not a Homophobe' shirt

Washington Post:
In Mexico, auto industry fuels middle class

Houston Chronicle:
Judge upset by Obama's comments on health care law

Washington Post:
Arizona sheriff rejects court monitor; Justice Department threatens to sue

Denver Post:
Colorado students at pot smoke-in may see fines, sanctions
U-Colorado says it will snuff out the Boulder campus' dope smoke event

Politico:
John McCain kids about Sarah Palin for VP again
Says he's sure Romney will make the right choice

Fox News:
Military Investigating Gay Pride Flag in Afghanistan

Washington Post:
New GSA chief pledges swift curbs on conferences

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix Sheraton execs meet with ousted lesbian couple
Couple ejected from restaurant for hugging and kissing

The Hill:
Santorum may drop out rather than lose home state of Pennsylvania

Politico:
Hatch: Obama camp will 'throw Mormon church' at Romney

Politico:
Trump: Obama will go to war with Iran

Miami Herald:
Mexican plan for Gulf deepwater wells sparks new worries

Fox News:
UN agency sends computers to N. Korea despite sanctions

The Hill:
Obama: Cap-and-trade was a Republican idea

The Hill:
House Dems push Obama to fight harder for gay workers' rights
Want president to issue an executive order

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Priest who admitted to abusing boys in Philly was told to stay 'low key'

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NYC shows off its new cabs: Sliding doors, USB chargers and odor neutralizing seats

Los Angeles Daily News:
DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz under fire for calling L.A. mayor a visionary

Palm Beach Post:
'Joke' photo of baby with plastic bag over her head leads to mother's arrest