Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, July 28, 2010

July 28, 2010 - 7:42 AM
Politico:
New Financial regulations require diversity on Wall Street
Law gives federal government new powers to compel financial firms to hire more women, minorities
 
USA Today:
Nursing mothers get a break at work, thanks to health reform
New law requires all employers to provide unpaid break time and private space for nursing mothers
 
Boston Globe:
Mass. House passes bill making insurers pay for autism services
Foes worry over ballooning costs
 
Boston Globe:
Sen. John Kerry will pay Mass. tax on R.I. yacht
$500,000 pledge halts Revenue Dept. queries into possible evasion
 
Washington Post:
Strict immigration rules may threaten Japan's future
 
Washington Times:
Voters say take action against sanctuary cities
Survey finds majority opposed
 
Washington Post:
Arlington Cemetery problems were documented in 2005 but never fixed
 
Los Angeles Times:
L.A. union members, activists to caravan to Arizona to protest immigration law
 
Politico:
Qualms build over consumer agency's power
 
The Hill:
House Dems may break with Obama on his tax pledge
Hedging on whether to permanently extend tax cuts on families making less than $250,000
 
The Hill:
Senate Dems lack votes to lower the 60-vote threshold to cut off filibusters
 
Los Angeles Times:
Marine general warns of more U.S. casualties in Afghanistan
 
Washington Times:
Russia violated '91 START (treaty) till end, U.S. report finds
 
USA Today:
Gulf spill has not fouled most beaches but still hurts tourism
 
The Hill:
Health bill for 9/11 responders to get House vote Wednesday
 
Boston Globe:
Business is booming for Chelsea Clinton's wedding planner
He has a reputation for orchestrating sumptuous parties
 
The Hill:
Obama fights back against anti-business assertions
 
Politico:
Obama to Congress: Help small businesses now
 
The Hill:
Voters can't shake deficit worries
 
Washington Post:
Document leak part of U.S. plot, says Pakistani ex-general with ties to Taliban
 
Politico:
Democrats table campaign finance reform
 
Boston Globe:
Former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling moving his video game company to Rhode Island
Bringing 450 new jobs to Rhode Island over the next three years
 
Washington Post/AP:
Tenn. gov hopeful questions if Islam is a 'cult'
 
Boston Globe:
Reports of anti-Semitism inch up in Bay State
Total of 55 cases in ’09 defies trend
 
USA Today:
Can summer camps revive the lost art of letter writing?
 
Chicago Sun-Times:
Skokie cemetery backs off threat to remove two flagpoles at war veteran's grave
An American and a POW/MIA flag fly over grave of Chicago Army medic killed in Iraq
 
Washington Times:
Obama's base quits blaming Bush
President's poll numbers slip as 'same problems' continue
 
Fox News:
Anti-Immigrant Group Calls for 'Safe Passage' of Illegals Out of U.S.
 
Fox News:
Elton John slams musicians who boycott Arizona over immigration law, report says
 
Washington Times:
Minority contract set-aside program exploited
Navajo says he was figurehead
 
The Hill:
Head of Capitol Visitors Center gets fired
Departure comes in the wake of a security snafu, morale problems
 
USA Today:
Groups battle to preserve Blue Ridge Parkway vistas
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Gov. Christie vetoes bill to restore $7.5 million for women's health services
NJ family planning centers bracing for reduced hours, layoffs, and even closings
 
Politico:
White House posts behind-the-scenes video of Jonas Brothers
 
Politico:
19 states qualify for second round of "Race to the Top"
 
Fox News:
PBS defends cutting footage of McCartney's jab at Bush from broadcast
Houston Chronicle:
Police find 8 severed heads in northern Mexico
 
Palm Beach Post:
Dengue fever outbreak in Florida brings spotlight to institute's work against the global scourge
 
Baltimore Sun:
Aquarium to replace iconic neon wave light with LED facsimile
Move will save national aquarium money