Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, October 14, 2009

October 14, 2009 - 7:23 AM
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USA Today:
Power plants turning to wood to make electricity
The move is spurred by state mandates to encourage renewable power
 
Washington Post:
Fox affiliate will train newscasters to operate their own teleprompters
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
Obama to avoid the rabble on S.F. fundraising visit
Concerns about big and loud protests over the war in Afghanistan
 
Denver Post:
Thousands of immigrants rally in Washington for reform bill
 
USA Today:
Republican senators try to exclude illegal immigrants from 2010 Census
Amendment would require the Census to ask if people are in the USA illegally
 
Miami Herald:
Faced with a deep recession, Cuba tries socialism lite
 
Fox News/AP:
Treasury 'Didn't Understand' AIG's Bonus Plans

Washington Post:
AIG Advised to Limit Its Next Round of Bonuses
 
Washington Times:
New York-based insurer cancels entire lines of coverage to avoid paying high-cost claims
 
Miami Herald:
Five teens, ages 13-15, charged with setting boy on fire
Revenge cited as motive

Washington Post:
Health Insurers Emerge as Obama's Top Foe in Reform Effort
 
Washington Post:
2 Killed, 3 Hurt in D.C. Drive-By
Police Cite Neighborhood Disputes; Resident Says, 'It Was Like We Were at War'

Palm Beach Post:
Democrat Wexler to leave Congress for Middle East-focused nonprofit

Washington Post column:
The era of GOP women
 
Washington Post:
Senate Republicans Send Another Letter to FCC on Net Neutrality
 
Washington Times:
Health bill doubters remain in spotlight
 
Washington Post:
John McCain most 'overrated' senator, poll shows
 
Washington Times:
Political scientists fight to keep federal grants
Senator aims to ax funds

Politico:
Hawaii Democrat Inouye embraces McChrystal strategy
 
Washington Post:
Obama EPA releases Bush-era global warming finding
 
Palm Beach Post:
Florida mom dies weeks after liposuction

Denver Post:
Denver Catholic sisters under Vatican scrutiny

San Francisco Chronicle:
Bay Area cities must cut trash flowing from streets into storm drains
 
USA Today:
In major flip, House Dems now represent richest regions
 
USA Today:
WIC program adds healthier mix of foods
 
USA Today:
Fuel-efficient cars help steady oil demand in rich countries
 
San Francisco Chronicle/AP:
Dugard happy to be with her family, she says in first public statement

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Corzine asks staff to orchestrate job creation events, 'even if it's a stretch'
Tough reelection campaign

Boston Globe:
NH governor prepares department heads for hundreds of layoffs
 
St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Uptick in fights seen at University City High this year
 
Fox News:
Report: Bible Quoting Passenger Causes Delta Plane Diversion

Fox News:
New York-Based Muslim's Web Site Calls for God to 'Kill the Jews'
 
Fox News:
ACORN Fires Longtime Companion of Group's Founder
Lack of "accountability" in leading the Louisiana chapter after Hurricane Katrina

Politico:
Climate-legislation supporters cite national security in their pitch for a bill
 
Politico:
Justice Department to decide within weeks whether to pursue a criminal probe into Sen. Ensign

Politico:
Rangel probe taking its toll on congressman
 
Washington Post:
Asthma Most Common Condition In Hospitalized Swine Flu Patients

Los Angeles Daily News:
LAUSD to use stimulus money to cover $140 million gap in funding
 
Los Angeles Times:
Tougher rules on policing illegal immigrants
Local agencies helping with deportations must keep their focus on major crimes