Friday, April 10, 2009

Daily News Round-Up for April 10th, 2009

Politico (Washington, DC)

The culture wars are making a comeback, but this time around, social conservatives find themselves in an unfamiliar position: playing defense.

Denver Post (Denver, CO)

State Senate President Peter Groff is poised to resign his legislative seat and take a job with President Barack Obama's administration, according to multiple sources.

Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, CA)

California is moving quickly to pump $415 million in federal stimulus money into upgrading job training and placement services at employment centers around the state, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced Tuesday.

Fox News (USA)

The GOP needs to moderate and return to the core Republican values of standing against wasteful, big government spending if it wants to win elections.

Washington Post (Washington, DC)

U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan was irate when he accused the Justice Department of "hiding the ball" after its lawyers did not produce a document that undercut a key witness in the case of former Alaska Senator Ted Stevens (R).

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