Friday, March 31, 2006

Goood Morning to the Mainland!

Ex-DeLay Aide Pleads Guilty in Lobby Case. Tony C. Rudy admitted taking favors from disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff and will aid corruption probe of Hill lawmakers. This leads the NYT and the WaPo. The WaPo is no doubt overjoyed with there second lead, Tactical Errors' Made In Iraq, Rice Concedes. Car Parts Maker Moves to Break Its Union Deals Delphi sought permission to sharply lower wages and workers' benefits, setting up a confrontation that could lead to a strike, is the NYT other lead.

Carroll 'emotionally fragile' and recovering in seclusion is the USA Today lead. As might be expected, Migrant Issue Divides GOP, Marches don't move California's hard-liners, including those serving Latinos. Unless someone gives, there is little hope for a compromise bill leads the LA Times.

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