Newspaper Roundup for Monday, September 19, 2011

September 19, 2011 - 7:08 AM
Boston Globe:
Mass. suspends Arizona driver's licenses
Language barrier prevented immigrants from getting a Mass. DL

Washington Times:
New Mexico Democrats, governor clash over licenses for illegals

Denver Post:
Mexico independence day festival draws thousands to downtown Denver

The Hill:
Black congressman: If Obama weren't president, we would be ‘marching on the White House’

The Hill:
Durbin: Senate will act on Obama’s jobs bill in Oct.

The Hill:
Bill Clinton urges quick action on Obama’s jobs bill

Palm Beach Post:
With rough economy, locals starting fewer businesses, adding fewer jobs

Washington Times:
Ex-Secretary Lehman rocks Navy with complaints about political correctness

Miami Herald:
Rubio, in speech to hometown crowd, praises ‘job creators’

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Home invasions near Temple and Drexel linked to student drug-dealing

Boston Globe:
In N.H., Santorum aims at his GOP rivals
Jeers Romney’s losses, Perry’s party switch

Washington Times:
Harsher flash-mob penalties weighed in Maryland
Proposed legislation would hold each participant responsible for total stolen

San Francisco Chronicle:
Tax breaks may not help businesses, merchants say

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Heating assistance applications are on the rise

The Hill:
Poll: U.S. stance on Israel important to voters

Denver Post:
Pilot in Nevada air show crash made "radical" changes to plane

The Hill:
Fury over Solyndra loan threatens to sunset solar investments

Politico:
Rahm Emanuel: I don’t remember Solyndra

USA Today:
Wal-Mart CEO sees stressed U.S. consumers, growth abroad

Washington Post:
Despite efforts, graffiti still a concern in D.C.

Washington Post:
To save money, federal agencies to start buying in bulk

Denver Post:
Football fans must wait for pat-downs at Broncos' home game

USA Today:
Headlight-flashing faces test as free speech in Florida

USA Today:
Airlines continue to cut flights, keep airfares up

Denver Post:
Democrat aims to block school-lunch standards that discriminate against potato

Los Angeles Times:
Cheerleaders' new miniskirts are too short for class, school says

Arizona Republic:
Navajo leader bemoans lack of control over federal transportation funds

Boston Globe:
Study finds steep drop in state’s native birds

Washington Times:
Study: D.C. crime camera system is futile
Baltimore has better results

Fox News/AP:
SeaWorld Fights OSHA Findings in Trainer's Death


Los Angeles Times:
Los Angeles ponders extending yellow-light times