Dorry's Daily Digest for Sept. 1

A daily look at news from the Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal that caught our eye:

Energy

Annual rankings of federal workplaces puts Nuclear Regulatory Commission at top (WP)

Cleaner Cars, A to D (NYT)

Minnesota balks at health-law funds (WSJ)

Nuclear plant’s tear-down is template (WSJ)

Health

2,000 groups approved for early-retiree health-care funds (WP)

Dear patients: Vote to repeal ObamaCare (WSJ opinion)

Race on to prevent clots (WSJ)

Financial Reform

SEC won’t pursue fraud case against Moody’s (WP)

Better credit card rules for consumers (WP op-ed)

‘Systemic risk’ stonewall (WSJ opinion)

JP Morgan to exit proprietary trading (WSJ)

Ethics

Scholarships Are Focus of Questions on Ethics (NYT)

3 Congressmen May Face Further Inquiry (NYT)

Lawmakers face ethics probe (WSJ)

Offshore oil regulators are ordered to cut their oft-deep industry ties (WSJ)

Lawmaker steered money to relatives (WSJ)