Newspaper Roundup for Mar. 31, 2009

By Susan Jones | March 31, 2009 | 6:51am EDT
New York Times:
Contracts Now Seen as Being Rewritable

Washington Post:
House Democrats Plan to Introduce Greenhouse-Gas Bill
 
Los Angeles Times:
Sen. Kerry makes push for tighter gun control
 
USA Today:
EPA to monitor 66 schools' air
 
Boston Globe:
Cabbies' lawsuit says rule mandating hybrids threatens their livelihood
 
Washington Post:
U.S., Canada Propose Pollution Control Zones for Ports

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Teacher charged with felonies in deaths of two cats in Boca Raton apartment
Teacher accused of leaving pets without food for weeks
 
BBC:
Autoworkers lambaste decision on car industry

New York Times:
For U.S. and Carmakers, a Path Strewn With Pitfalls
Obama inverts the relationship that gave rise to American manufacturing
 
Boston Globe/AP:
Obama team sets new rules for private Medicare plans
 
Washington Post:
Blame for Downturn Not Fixed on Obama
6 in 10 Back His Handling of Economy
 
Washington Post:
Virginia Gov. Signs Bill Creating 'Choose Life' License Plate

Boston Globe:
Boston College won't air Ayers lecture by satellite
Decision frustrates student organizers
 
Boston Globe:
Harvard says yes to 7% (2,046 students) of 29,112 applicants

Boston Globe:
Jet Blue employee hitches free ride in cargo hold
The flight was free, but the ride was rough
 
Washington Post:
Palin's Political Problems Persist

Chicago Sun-Times:
Are SUVs, big TVs signs of 'affluenza'?
 
Washington Times:
Coal is winner even in 'green' Congress
 
Los Angeles Times:
Homeland Security shifts focus to employers
 
Washington Times:
N.Y. House race in spotlight
 
Houston Chronicle:
Stem cell research hits snag in Texas
Senate set to consider excluding funds for embryo research
 
Los Angeles Times:
eHarmony launches gay dating site
Move comes in settlement of New Jersey court case
 
Denver Post:
Critics could block efforts to kill nuisance coyotes
 
Washington Times/AP:
Ark. Senate spurns immigrant in-state tuition bill

BBC:
Germany's unemployment rate rises
 
Philly Inquirer:
Mass.health care plan called great success; Model for Obama?

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Communications Workers of America sue to block NJ plan to furlough state workers

USA Today:
Marketers target job-loss fears, offer relief to consumers
 
Los Angeles Times:
Hit-and-run death of USC student stuns campus 

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