Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, March 20, 2013

March 20, 2013 - 7:57 AM

Los Angeles Times:
L.A. moves to eliminate reliance on coal-powered energy
Changes would make city coal-free by 2025, utility officials said

Washington Post:
Islamic law comes to rebel-held Syria

Fox News:
US still making payments to relatives of Civil War veterans, analysis finds

San Francisco Chronicle:
Calif. bill would regulate the growth, supply and sale of medical cannabis

Politico:
Experts: Obamacare insurance gains could stress primary care system

Politico:
Gawker posts G.W.Bush's private email address

Seattle Times:
PETA seeks criminal charges in Iditarod dog death

Washington Times:
Sen. Dianne Feinstein to introduce gun, magazine bans as separate measures

Fox News:
Family’s Home Raided over Facebook Photo of Child’s Rifle

New York Times:
G.O.P. Opposition to Immigration Law Is Falling Away

Washington Times:
House GOP accuses agencies of failing to prepare for sequester cuts

Washington Times:
Maryland Senate passes bill decriminalizing small amounts of marijuana

Washington Post:
Abortion clinic worker describes slashing babies' neck, snipping spines at Philly clinic

Washington Times:
‘Shadow war’ between Israel, Iran rages on as Obama visits
Mossad tactics may lead to friction with the CIA

Philly.com:
Pa. Gov. Corbett is highest paid governor in nation

Washington Post:
Serial arsonist targets Va.’s Eastern Shore

Defense Department:
Hagel Tasks Civilian, Military Leaders to Examine Strategy

Washington Post:
Wisconsin officials say they will close nude beach on weekdays to cut down on sex, drugs

Fox News:
Single mom fired for selling Girl Scout cookies at work

The Hill:
Consensus builds for requiring warrant for email searches

Politico:
Biden, Pelosi take communion despite threatened backlash

Chicago Tribune:
Government changes course on graphic cigarette warnings

Denver Post:
With meth-contaminated homes, it's buyer beware

Denver Post:
Colorado's child poverty rate almost doubles in 10 years