Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2012

September 18, 2012 - 7:37 AM

Providence Journal:
Cranston bans 'father-daughter' dances as violation of state law
Single mom complained...

Fox News:
Community college prof made students sign ‘Vote for Obama’ pledge

The Hill:
Calif. insurance exchange wants TV shows to tout Obama healthcare law

Miami Herald:
Miami-Dade commissioners to debate prepaid postage for absentee ballots

Washington Times:
Lambasted Chinese solar panels placed on government building

Chicago Sun-Times:
Jesse Jackson Jr.’s fall opponent: ‘I’m asking him to campaign or resign’

Miami Herald:
Romney's hidden-camera video shot at Boca fundraiser

Politico:
Report: Jimmy Carter's grandson was middleman on Mitt Romney video

Washington Post:
Romney campaign faces distractions

New York Times:
Romney Calls 47% of Voters Dependent in Leaked Video

Miami Herald:
Nearly 100,000 families qualify for discount Internet service

Fox News:
Rep. Poe wants to end Pakistan's ally status

Denver Post:
Doctor who rented car from Dollar at DIA sues over added charges

Providence Journal:
Trustees to replace stolen railings at Cranston's William H. Hall Library

Chicago Tribune:
Parents steam as Chicago teachers' strike rolls on

Fox News:
132 inmates escape from Mexican border prison, officials say

Fox News:
Family Faces Fines for Hosting Bible Study

The Hill:
Gates, Mullen call on lawmakers to act like 'adults' on budget

Fox News:
At least 180 arrests on Occupy Wall Street anniversary in NYC

The Hill:
Scalia was ‘furious’ at Roberts vote on healthcare law, says Toobin book

Politico:
Elena Kagan had planned to sit out health care reform talks, Toobin book says

Politico:
Why Barack Obama is winning

The Hill:
Romney presses for Hispanic support

The Hill:
Poll finds Obama with 68-26 percent edge among Hispanic voters

Los Angeles Times:
Filipino nurses win language discrimination settlement

Philadelphia Daily News:
U8 new civil lawsuits allege Philly priest abuse

New York Times:
Young illegals granted a reprieve won't be eligible for Obamacare

Politico:
Shell’s arctic oil and gas exploration is on hold
Because of a damaged spill-containment system

San Francisco Chronicle:
Berkeley on Tuesday may become first city to proclaim a Bisexual Pride Day

Washington Post:
After murder, students afraid to walk to school
Pr. George’s students, parents cope with fatal shooting

Washington Post:
Monica Lewinsky is shopping a book: Memoir? Fantasy? Self-Help Guide?