Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, March 13, 2012

March 13, 2012 - 8:04 AM

Washington Times:
Justice Dept. halts Texas voter ID requirement
Says Hispanics targeted; Republicans cry foul

Politico:
Wisconsin voter ID law struck down by judge

Washington Post:
Congress remains deeply unpopular, especially Republicans, poll finds

Arizona Republic:
Arizona gun bill advances in House; Would allow firearms in public buildings

Denver Post:
House GOP, Interior Dept. spar over energy production

Washington Times:
Many like idea of cutting off Congressional pay for budget inaction
Bills get bipartisan backing in chambers

Denver Post:
Birth-control debate lands at Colorado Capitol with competing rallies

Politico:
Marco Rubio builds A-Team to control his image, bio

Washington Times:
UMd. student arrested, hospitalized after threatening a ‘shooting rampage’

Politico:
Harry Reid vows floor fight for judicial nominees

Politico:
Chris Christie doesn't regret calling former Navy SEAL an 'idiot'

Washington Post:
Opinion writer: 'Sarah Palin has ruined America'

Politico:
Sarah Palin: Barack Obama ad edited my remarks

USA Today:
NHTSA defends anti-distraction rules that limit in-car technology

Houston Chronicle:
U.S. Navy Seal becomes military attaché to Mexico
Will help wage war on drug cartels and gangsters

Chicago Sun-Times:
Southwest suburban teacher’s suit says colleague called her fat

USA Today:
Syrian forces target doctors and patients

USA Today:
Bishop hopes to restart White House contraception talks

POlitico op-ed:
Former Mich. Gov. Granholm: Women are facing sexual McCarthyism

Politico:
Center-right leaders, Bush alums form religious conscience group

USA Today:
Red meat linked to higher risk of premature death

Chicago Sun-Times:
Bald eagle sighting scraps planned police shooting range

Fox News/AP:
Russia says it will keep selling weapons to Syria

Fox News:
Prison for recording a cop? Illinois law under fire