Newspaper Roundup for Friday, March 30, 2012

March 30, 2012 - 6:59 AM

The Hill:
Senate defeats Democrat measure to kill ‘Big Oil’ tax breaks, 51-47
Vote came after Obama plea to kill tax breaks

Fox News:
Catholic student group to leave Vanderbilt campus over 'anyone allowed' policy
An atheist could run for leadership of a Christian group, a Jew for leadership of a Muslim group, etc.

Washington Examiner:
Obama tapes message for Planned Parenthood, pledging support

The Hill:
Dems fume over Justice Scalia’s comments during healthcare case

The Hill:
White House: Ryan budget 'fails the test' of fairness for America

Chicago Sun-Times:
Emanuel pushing $7.3 billion plan to rebuild Chicago’s infrastructure

Politico:
Murkowski invites Obama to 'milkshake' summit to discuss ANWR drilling

Politico:
Chelsea Clinton to Sandra Fluke: I can relate

Politico:
Rep. Gwen Moore, a rape victim, calls violence against women Act as “American as apple pie”

Miami Herald:
UN urges Chile to toughen laws after gay killing

The Hill:
GOP stockpiles $21M for eventual nominee

Washington Times:
Obama’s campaign cash haul trailing pace of ‘08

In 2004, Bush had raised more

Chicago Sun-Times:
Judge rejects NATO protesters’ request to march through Loop

Washington Times:
Feds: Crips gang ran teen prostitution ring in Northern Virginia

The Hill:
Rep. Allen West calls Rep. Rush's Trayvon hoodie stunt a security risk

Chicago Sun-Times:
Vice President Biden drops in for President Obama fund-raiser

Fox News:
Bin Laden lived 9 years undetected in Pakistan, fathered 4 children, wife says

Politico:
W.H. vows no recess appointments

Fox News:
Bank of America branch manager admits stealing $2M from customers

The Hill:
Congress approves 90-day highway bill, sends to President Obama

Philadelphia Inquirer:
7 towns file suit against Pa. gas-drilling law

USA Today:
Canada scraps the penny to save money

Providence Journal:
URI basketball player Holton arrested again, on Fla. charge; withdraws from school