Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, February 9, 2011

February 9, 2011 - 9:11 AM

Denver Post:
Pregnant woman mistakenly gets abortion drug from pharmacy

Arizona Republic:
Arizona lawmakers to consider anti-abortion bills

Washington Post:
Michelle Rhee's firing of 75 underperforming D.C. teachers was improper, arbitrator says
So much for school reform

Arizona Republic:
U.S., Mexico police unite to fight border crime
Little-known coalition of U.S. and Mexican police agencies involved in crackdown

Washington Post/AP:
Black SC lawmaker: Immigrants are hardest workers

Washington Times:
Pentagon highlights threats from Asia in strategy report

Palm Beach Post:
Florida's Republican leaders won't enforce health care law

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
New iPhone app provides checklist for sinners

The Local:
Swine flu shots linked to narcolepsy in Sweden

Jerusalem Post:
Muslim Brotherhood: We reject the religious state

Fox News/AP:
Petraeus predicts intensified Afghanistan fighting in 2011
Expect Taliban insurgents to try to return to areas cleared by int'l forces

Washington Times:
CPAC fissure over gays deepens; GOProud called incompatible

Washington Post:
Free, fair elections still distant prospect for Egypt
Activists express doubts about feasibility of September ballot

Fox News:
Los Angeles' ecstasy awareness campaign is criticized
Campaign teaches drug users how to take ecstasy safely

USA Today:
TSA has yet to release radiation inspection reports for its scanners
Two months ago, lawmakers called for them to be made public

Washington Post:
Fawning: 'Michelle Obama's unfolding legacy'

Denver Post:
Women filling 41 percent of Colorado's legislative seats, highest rate in U.S.

Washington Post:
Investing more in high-speed rail will keep U.S. competitive, White House says

Houston Chronicle:
Texas National Guard sees a spike in suicides
Grim statistic: More took their own lives than died in combat

The Hill:
Boehner: 'I should be' considered a member of the Tea Party

The Hill:
Republicans eye block of Interior Dept. wilderness policy

Boston Globe:
Two Boston city councilors want to ban smoking in public parks and beaches

Washington Post:
Dozens plan 'nurse-in' at DC museum to highlight right to breast-feed in public

Houston Chronicle:
Man says he was forced to smuggle machine gun
Says his family was imperiled unless he took it to Mexico

Arizona Republic:
Gabrielle Giffords eating 3 meals a day, husband says

The Hill:
House Democrats upset with delay on gun proposal along southern border

USA Today:
IRS: Tax evaders can avoid jail if they come clean

Baltimore Sun:
Man charged in toilet prank; police thought it was a bomb
He's charged with leaving fake 'destructive device'

Boston Globe:
Federal stimulus funds are running out

Houston Chronicle:
Perry calls for tuition freeze, low-cost bachelor's

Providence Journal:
Study says R.I. could make money off gay marriage

Baltimore Sun:
Hundreds crowd Maryland hearing on same-sex marriage
State Senate panel could vote on bill next week

Politico:
Solid approval numbers for N.J. Gov. Christie
http://www.politico.com/2012-election/

Washington Post/AP:
'I'm robbing you, sir': 'Polite' robber arrested

Washington Post/AP:
Church of England backs ban on racial bigotry
May bar priests from belonging to political parties opposed to church's teaching on racial equality

Boston Globe:
Icy weather making burials difficult
Deep snow, frozen ground, clogged roads complicate task

Politico:
Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak arrives in DC for talks