Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, December 22, 2010

December 22, 2010 - 9:25 AM

Washington Post:
Screening the credit history of potential employees is discriminatory, EEOC says
Has a discriminatory impact on some racial and ethnic groups, lawsuit says

Washington Post:
One-sixth of House skips final lame-duck votes

The Hill:
Sen. Manchin apologizes for missing votes on 'Don't ask' and immigration

Denver Post:
Ski rage: Dad charged in punching of teen girl who skied into 4-year-old son

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie commutes young man's gun sentence because 'justice' demanded it

Arizona Republic:
Arizona legislators reveal strategy to reform pension systems

Fox News:
NLRB rule would require businesses to alert workers to the right to unionize
Move that could help boost union ranks

Washington Post:
CIA launches task force to assess impact of U.S. cables' exposure by WikiLeaks

The Hill:
Gay rights advocates say Dem leader Hoyer saved ‘Don’t ask’ repeal

Boston Globe:
Census costs Mass. a seat, influence on Capitol Hill
West, South gaining clout; Redistricting fight looming

The Hill:
Census data offers Republicans the chance to solidify hold on House

Denver Post:
Colorado doctor accused of faulty medical-pot recommendation, may lose license

The Hill:
Obama wants health insurers to defend large hikes
Rate hikes greater than 10 percent will be scrutinized by feds under proposed rule

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. County's child welfare agency wastes $514,000 on cell phones, audit finds

The Hill:
Sen. Graham: GOP to blame for 'capitulation' in lame-duck

Providence Journal:
Narragansett Indians fail in effort to win land-trust status in Rhode Island

The Hill:
Gulf oil spill voted the top news story of 2010

Politico:
EPA expected to roll out a greenhouse gas policy for plants and refineries

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Gov. Christie, Sen. Lautenberg quarrel over 9/11 responders health bill

Los Angeles Times:
Internet porn could be blocked by British government

Arizona Republic:
Renovations at men's shelter aim to fight bedbugs