Newspaper Roundup for Friday, December 3, 2010
2-cent bottle tax drives sales down, city retailers complain
No plans to repeal 'solid revenue stream,' city says
Los Angeles Times:
California High Speed Rail Authority approves what critics call 'train to nowhere'
First leg of state's bullet train would run from tiny Borden to recession-battered Corcoran
Obstructionists' hinder congressional WikiLeaks probe
Lawmakers cite lax controls on access to intelligence
Liberal group dedicates itself to fighting Fox News
Well-wishers pay tribute to Patrick Kennedy in R.I.
Reception sponsored by members of the mental-health community
Camden City Council approves massive layoffs
WikiLeaks reveals U.S. concern over Mexico
Washington fretted over pace of progress in war against gangs
Women’s bathroom in House: $200K
Households with life insurance hits lowest level in 50 years
Millions of families lack a safety net
Former VP Dick Cheney may face corruption charges in Nigeria
Stemming from Halliburton bribery scandal
Fliers promoting 'white student union' cause stir
Congress passes bill requiring TV advertisers to control the volume
'We can protect people from needlessly loud noise spikes'
Baby Boomers at either end of 19-year span have different experiences
A disconnect marks the huge demographic
San Francisco Chronicle:
Judge refuses to step aside in Prop. 8 case
Says he will not be swayed by wife's job with ACLU
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Dartmouth frat charged after drunk teen hospitalized
Chafee lawyer not yet licensed to practice law in R.I.
Dome-topped church raises questions: Christian or Muslim?
"We are not shy about architecture"