Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, December 2, 2009

December 2, 2009 - 8:24 AM
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Washington Times:
Public health threat plans under review
Sebelius: Preparation can deter bioterrorists
 
Denver Post:
Colorado State University officials weigh a concealed carry gun ban
Student leaders disagree
 
Washington Times:
Critics not invited to White House's 'jobs summit'
 
Denver Post:
Colo. congressional delegation wary of Obama's Afghanistan surge plan
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. advocacy groups say health care may remain unaffordable for many under proposed reforms
 
Houston Chronicle:
Swine flu wanes in Houston; January return predicted
 
Washington Times:
Obama pledges to avoid repeat of Vietnam
30,000 more troops to join war on terror in Afghanistan
 
Fox News:
Taliban says U.S. surge will only strengthen its resolve
 
Washington Times:
U.S. troops skeptical of Afghan abilities
 
Washington Post:
'Afghanistan is not lost,' Obama says
30,000 more troops to Afghanistan; pullout begins mid-2011
 
Washington Times:
Senate leaders praise war strategy
 
Politico:
Speaker Pelosi offers cautious response to Obama's war plan
 
Washington Times:
D.C. gay marriage one step closer
Council sets its final vote
 
Los Angeles Times:
Prop. 8 foes seek internal records of ballot initiative's sponsors
Campaign communications needed to show 'discriminatory animus' toward homosexuals
 
Washington Times:
AIG shaves taxpayer bailout debt
 
Houston Chronicle:
NBC union workers threaten to boycott Rockefeller tree lighting
 
Washington Post:
White House social secretary's managerial style faces scrutiny
Desiree Rogers so busy basking in the limelight she failed to notice Salahis in the shadows
 
Washington Post:
A new field of inquiry: Salahis' polo cup charity
Couple's problems didn't start with White House dinner
 
Palm Beach Post:
Bobby Bowden will step down as coach after FSU's bowl game
He may return in a fund-raising role
 
South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Trial approaching for Fla. Medicaid lawsuit
 
Washington Post:
Climate scientist steps down during e-mail probe
Hacked messages about global warming caused controversy
 
Los Angeles Times:
Supreme Court to hear Florida beach property rights dispute
 
USA Today:
Report: Many minorities shun banks
 
Denver Post:
With times tight, holidays take a less materialistic turn
 
Politico:
Blue Dog Rep. John Tanner to retire from House
 
Politico:
Republican senators feel burned by Al Franken
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Burglar ransacks home of family killed in crash
 
Fox News/AP:
Woman Named Jesus Christ Dumped From Jury Pool
 
Fox News/AP:
Calif. Insurers Say $12 Billion Invested in Iran