Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, October 5, 2010

October 5, 2010 - 8:09 AM

USA Today:
Frito-Lay getting rid of noisy, 'green' SunChips bag
Biodegradable SunChips bag made from plant material, was billed as 100% compostable,

Politico:
Solar panels coming to W.H. roof

New York Times:
U.S. military orders less dependence on fossil fuels
Military is pushing aggressively to develop, test and deploy renewable energy

New York Times:
New fuel for local newspapers: medical marijuana ads

USA Today:
Houston Hilton hotel installs facial recognition to ID suitcases, employees and guests

Washington Post/AP:
11 countries seek voice in AZ immigration appeal

Palm Beach Post:
Palm Springs clinic designated as a "federally qualified health center look-alike"
Designation will boost the clinic's Medicaid rates, give patients access to discounted drugs

Politico:
Kathleen Sebelius urges cooperation on reform
"This is not a political debate," she says

USA Today:
Wind farms can change the weather

Los Angeles Times
Woman arrested at U.S. border with illegal immigrant in her duffle bag

Baltimore Sun:
Balto. Co. Council votes to ban 'fake marijuana' known as spice
County outlaws 'spice' but alternatives might be easy to find

Politico:
Health, safety risks alleged at Capitol Visitors Center
Lice and body fluids on Capitol tour headsets

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
78 year old Man charged with trying to kidnap a 10-year-old boy

Boston Globe:
For ROTC students at Harvard, an awkward limbo
Cadets would welcome formal recognition by Harvard

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Evidence may not be enough to upgrade charges against Rutgers students

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
New Hampshire closes its books with a $70 million surplus for 2010

Denver Post:
Colorado Senate race ranks first nationally in attracting outside money

Washington Times:
George Shultz to Obama: 'You're out of your mind'
Former secretary of state blasts Afghan withdrawal date

Politico:
Walter Mondale to Obama: Ditch the 'idiot boards' (teleprompters)

Palm Beach Post:
Superintendent seeks power to transfer students among Palm Beach County schools
So schools can meet state class-size limits

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Class-size limits to force new schedules for 11,000 Broward students

Washington Post:
Families scaling back plans to pay for their children's college education
Stunted economic recovery continues to weigh on household budgets

Houston Chronicle:
House GOP: Texas had ample time to use federal cash for hurricane victims

Washington Post/AP:
Sen. Murkowski's campaign warns Alaska broadcasters not to air ads by national tea party group
Says the ads are "littered with lies and intentional mischaracterizations" about her

Washington Post:
Hacker infiltration ends D.C. online voting trial

Boston Globe:
In Wisconsin U.S. Senate race, GOP novice may snag seat thought safe

Washington Times:
Congress hopefuls vow to be pork-free; Face earmark battle with senior members

Politico:
States face Medicaid expansion challenge

Boston Globe:
Accord near for sale of Caritas; Would protect hospitals, pensions
The buyer would guarantee not to close any hospitals

Los Angeles Times:
199 L.A. County workers made at least $250,000 last year
Thirty employees made more than $80,000 in overtime.

Boston Globe:
Report on Professor Henry Louis Gates’s arrest renews anger
City Council, public say findings lacking

Boston Globe:
Cambridge explores plan to ban smoking in parks

Politico:
Donald Trump says he's not behind poll testing his name for presidential waters

Politico:
Nancy Pelosi: GOP attacks are a 'compliment'

Fox News:
Witnesses in Defense Dept. Report Suggest Cover-Up of 9/11 Findings

Washington Times:
80 percent of OSHA whistleblower investigations missed basic steps, such as interviewing witnesses

USA Today:
Alcohol companies' pink campaigns anger breast cancer survivors
They say drinking linked to breast cancer

Politico:
Republican Rep. Mike Pence preaches social issues in Iowa

Washington Post:
Ga. federal judge arrested on drug, gun charges

Los Angeles Times:
Afghan offensive fails to reassure residents

The Hill:
Obama keeping an eye on 2012

The Hill:
Veteran Dem lawmaker says stimulus could cost him re-election

The Hill:
Rep. Ryan intends to publish new 'Roadmap' for Republican freshmen

New York Times:
In Haiti, Rising Call for Displaced to Go Away