Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, April 4, 2012

By Susan Jones | April 4, 2012 | 9:19 AM EDT

Washington Post:
NBC issues apology on Zimmerman tape screw-up

Washington Post:
Doctors groups call for end to unnecessary procedures

Miami Herald:
Motorcyclist hurt after 100-year-old driver turns into his path

USA Today:
Romney sweep shows new phase in GOP race

Fox News:
Gay teen sues Ohio school for banning 'Jesus Is Not a Homophobe' shirt

Washington Post:
In Mexico, auto industry fuels middle class

Houston Chronicle:
Judge upset by Obama's comments on health care law

Washington Post:
Arizona sheriff rejects court monitor; Justice Department threatens to sue

Denver Post:
Colorado students at pot smoke-in may see fines, sanctions
U-Colorado says it will snuff out the Boulder campus' dope smoke event

John McCain kids about Sarah Palin for VP again
Says he's sure Romney will make the right choice

Fox News:
Military Investigating Gay Pride Flag in Afghanistan

Washington Post:
New GSA chief pledges swift curbs on conferences

Arizona Republic:
Phoenix Sheraton execs meet with ousted lesbian couple
Couple ejected from restaurant for hugging and kissing

The Hill:
Santorum may drop out rather than lose home state of Pennsylvania

Hatch: Obama camp will 'throw Mormon church' at Romney

Trump: Obama will go to war with Iran

Miami Herald:
Mexican plan for Gulf deepwater wells sparks new worries

Fox News:
UN agency sends computers to N. Korea despite sanctions

The Hill:
Obama: Cap-and-trade was a Republican idea

The Hill:
House Dems push Obama to fight harder for gay workers' rights
Want president to issue an executive order

Philadelphia Inquirer:
Priest who admitted to abusing boys in Philly was told to stay 'low key'

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
NYC shows off its new cabs: Sliding doors, USB chargers and odor neutralizing seats

Los Angeles Daily News:
DNC chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz under fire for calling L.A. mayor a visionary

Palm Beach Post:
'Joke' photo of baby with plastic bag over her head leads to mother's arrest