Newspaper Roundup for Wednesday, March 7, 2012

By Susan Jones | March 7, 2012 | 7:56 AM EST

RFK Jr. calls Rep. Inhofe a 'call girl' for Big Oil

The Local (Sweden):
Volvo unveils first car with 'pedestrian' airbags

Palm Beach Post:
Feds grant deportation reprieve for North Miami valedictorian: 'Prosecutorial discretion'

USA Today:
12 states on path to guns with no permits

Fox News/AP:
Utah on verge of passing bill demanding Feds relinquish public land

The Hill:
'I voted for the cheerful one, Newt Gingrich,' Palin told Fox News

Chicago Sun-Times:
NU law profs’ questions for Attorney General Holder go unanswered

San Francisco Chronicle/NY Times:
Extreme poverty falls sharply, World Bank finds

The Hill:
Ohio Rep. Schmidt (R) becomes first member ousted in 2012 primary

Houston Chronicle:
Ohio's 'Joe the Plumber' gets GOP nod for Congress

Washington Post:
Rep. Dennis Kucinich suffers primary defeat in Ohio

Providence Journal:
Cranston, RI, agrees to pay ACLU $150,000 in legal fees, ending prayer-banner fight

Baltimore Sun:
Cecil Co. murder charges against abortion doctors withdrawn
First doctors charged under Maryland's fetal homicide law

Group Judicial Watch sues for Michelle Obama vacation records

China stockpiling oil, anticipating a US-Iran confrontation

Fox News:
Iranian leader: Iran must stand firm against Western 'bullying' on nuclear program

USA Today:
Honduras suffocating in grip of drug violence and poverty

Fox News:
Car bomb kills 2 Iraqis in Baghdad, officials say

USA Today:
Rhode Island woman, 81, is $336 million Powerball winner

Washington Times:
Jimmy Carter: Netanyahu too eager for war with Iran

Denver Post:
Denver's new DEA chief plans to live in a city where pot dispensaries are banned

New Hampshire Union Leader:
Michelle Obama to bring her "Let's Move" initiative to Concord, NH
Campaigning for her husband

Washington Post:
How did an effusively praised young teacher lose her job in D.C. schools?

Los Angeles Times:
Pat Robertson wants relaxed marijuana laws, more prayer

Los Angeles Times:
Minnesota school district settles suit on bullying of gay students
Requires federal monitoring for next five years

Rush Limbaugh loses 29 advertisers

House slowing down on contraception legislation