Dorry's Daily Digest for Sept. 16

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

Energy and Environment
  • U.S. says idle gulf wells must be plugged (WP)
  • Many share blame for oil spill, BP chief tells British committee (WP)
  • Plugs ordered on idle wells (WSJ)
  • Louisiana files suit against Transocean (WSJ)
  • Coal isn’t burned out just yet, but it’s on borrowed time (WSJ)
  • Rethinking the Process for BP Spill Claims (NYT)
  • Hayward Defends BP’s Safety Record (NYT)
Financial Reform
  • Warren expected to be adviser (WP)
  • White House taps consumer advisor (WSJ)
  • Regulators to target ‘window dressing’ (WSJ)
  • Warren to Unofficially Lead Consumer Agency (NYT)
Campaign Finance Reform and Elections
  • Disclosure of ‘issue ad’ funding is on the wane (WP)
  • Rebel Republican Marching On, With Baggage (NYT)
Trade
  • U.S. Bill on China Gains Momentum (WSJ)
  • W.T.O. Said to Find Improper Subsidies for Boeing (NYT)
Health
  • FDA panel splits on Meridia’s Fate (WSJ)