Newspaper Roundup for Friday, November 11, 2011

By Susan Jones | November 11, 2011 | 8:33 AM EST

Los Angeles Times:
California court rules cities, counties can ban pot stores
4th District Court of Appeals upholds Riverside's ban, emboldening other cities

Washington Post:
Cain campaign says it has raised $9 million in six weeks

Arizona Republic:
$2M tab for defending Ariz. against lawsuits stemming from new immigration law

The Local:
German theologian calls Sweden's beloved Pippi Longstocking children's books racist

Washington Times:
Democrat concedes defeat in key Va. Senate race

Washington Times:
Small part of jobs stimulus clears Senate, may be the last

Incentives for hiring vets OK’d, business tax withholding ended

USA Today:
Today's Congress has fewer military veterans

Washington Times:
Secret Service renews rental of Delaware property owned by Biden
Vice president to get $26,400 as landlord

Washington Post:
Congress weighs home-loan limits

Denver Post:
USDA awards $70K grant to Denver Urban Gardens

Denver Post:
Deer Creek school shooter gets max prison term of 18 months

Houston Chronicle:
Accused molester Sandusky may face charges in Texas
Stemming from his 1999 visit to San Antonio for the Alamo Bowl

Palm Beach Post:
Jury awards Miami sex assault victim $100 million in priest abuse case

Washington Times:
Once written off, Gingrich surges
Polls reflect strong showings in debates

Washington Post:
See ‘Intimacy 2.0,’ a dress that becomes transparent as you flirt

Miami Herald:
Husband searches through 9 tons of garbage for wife’s ring, and finds it

Newt Gingrich explains his role on behalf of Fannie and Freddie
Gingrich Group hired to offer 'stragtegic advice'

Miami Herald:
New program in Fla. to help incarcerated veterans re-enter society

DeMint explains his lone 'no' vote on veterans' jobs bill
Says it's not good policy

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Merck's prospect for Alzheimer's disease shows early promise

Senators rescind Joe Paterno's nomination for Medal of Freedom

Fox News:
Panetta Warns Military Cuts Would Invite 'Aggression'

Los Angeles Times:
Europeans grumble as 'Merkozy' decides their fate