Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, January 12, 2011

January 12, 2011 - 9:21 AM

Globe:
Mass. 'clean energy' plant will shut after $58m in state aid
Evergreen Solar to cut 800 jobs as it tries to compete with China

The Hill:
Citing Ariz. shootings, Socialist U.S. senator solicits campaign donations
Sanders accused "right-wing reactionaries" of contributing to a threatening political climate

Politico:
Sanders fundraising e-mail: Is Ariz. safe for non-Republicans?

Arizona Republic:
Pima County Sheriff's Department, college won't release public data on Loughner

New York Times:
Police Say They Visited Tucson Suspect’s Home Even Before Rampage

Arizona Republic:
Parents of suspect in Giffords shooting: We don't understand why it happened

Palm Beach Post:
Group to picket 9-year-old Tucson victim's funeral
'That girl is better off dead,' Westboro cult says

Politico:
Gun sales soar 60 percent in Arizona

Politico:
Michael Bloomberg: Let’s talk gun control

The Hill:
NPR accuses Republican lawmaker of trying to control public radio stations

The Hill:
Kerry warns against a government 'too limited to have invented the Internet'

Fox News:
First Latina Governor's Historic Inauguration Gets Little National News Coverage
Because she's a Republican

Washington Post:
Texas Republican's bill calls for 10 percent cut in the federal workforce

Baltimore Sun:
Maryland hospitals struggle with uncompensated care

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
City's fourth-grade school trips to State House may require gun warning to parents
The ban on firearms has been lifted at the State House

Fox News:
Border Patrol Agent Arrested for Harboring Illegals, Including His Dad

Houston Chronicle:
Texas Gov. Perry puts priorities on illegal immigration and property rights for 2011

The Hill:
Three Republicans say ban on earmarks is not forever
Say lawmakers should retain the right to direct spending to their districts

The Hill:
Lawmaker calls for briefing on mental-health danger signs

The Hill:
2012 presidential hopefuls to address annual House Republican retreat

Arizona Republic/Los Angeles Times:
Poll: Most don't see link between shootings, rhetoric

Politico:
Sarah Palin charges critics with 'blood libel'

Politico:
Arizona blocks funeral protests; Gov. Brewer signs bill establishing buffer zone

Politico:
Tucson tragedy may soften health debate

Los Angeles Times:
'Loughner's ramblings appear rooted in far right'

Boston Globe:
With rise in dealer-related killings, special unit goes after those with gun records

Arizona Republic:
Arizona state parks system would run better privatized, study says

The Hill:
Speaker Boehner opposes proposed new restrictions on firearms

Houston Chronicle:
Texas abortion rate still dropping
A 4% decrease in 2005 contrasted with 1% increase for the nation

Houston Chronicle:
DeLay's harsh penalty could be linked to lack of remorse, some experts say

Los Angeles Times:
Gov. Jerry Brown begins wooing GOP support for tax plan

Washington Post:
Dialing back: Calif. governor targets state employees' cell phones
Difficult to believe so many people need a phone the state pays for

New York Times:
Bit by Bit, a Mexican Police Force Is Eradicated

Washington Post:
Republican school board in N.C. backed by tea party abolishes integration policy

New York Times:
U.S. Says New York City Overbilled Medicaid

Washington Times:
Showdown over Steele dominates RNC gathering

Washington Post:
More slayings in Pr. George's, a D.C. suburb, and police feel the heat

Washington Post:
In Kabul, Biden promises U.S. support beyond 2014

Washington Post:
NTSB wants airbags installed in all non-commercial aircraft

Washington Post:
Fired Park Police chief Teresa C. Chambers ordered reinstated

USA Today:
Adults over 60 should get shingles vaccine, CDC recommends

USA Today:
IEDs kill 21,000 Iraqi civilians 2005-2010, Pentagon data shows

Miami Herald:
Fourth-grader brings grenade (inactive) to Miramar school

Boston Globe:
On anniversary of JFK speech, a new Kennedy voice is heard
Joe the third, a 30-year-old prosecutor from Cape Cod, may have eye on politics