Arise Daily News Digest 4-10-2012

BIRMINGHAM NEWS - Alabama governor, Birmingham mayor announce plans for 2013 civil rights commemoration.

BIRMINGHAM NEWS - Alabama Supreme Court halts execution set for Thursday in 1994 Jefferson County torture, murder.

BIRMINGHAM NEWS - The Birmingham News: A former state representative earned prison – and now she has earned her freedom.

AL.COM - Redrawing of Alabama's legislative district lines likely to finish in court fight.

(MOBILE)  PRESS-REGISTER - The Press-Register: More reasons to study the Gulf long-term.

(FLORENCE) TIMES DAILYThe Times Daily: Tax dodgers.

DECATUR DAILYThe Decatur Daily: Goal of alien law.

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - Legislators to consider immigration law revisions.

ANNISTON STAR - Pre-K program helps limited number of kids.

ANNISTON STARThe Anniston Star: Hurry up and wait: In Alabama, going to the doctor can be a time-consuming experience.

SENATE SKETCHES - “Senate Sketches,” Sen. Hank Sanders’ (D-Selma) weekly message to his constituents.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISERThe Montgomery Advertiser: Pension changes necessary.

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER - 'Advertiser,' readers losing an 'institution'.

WASHINGTON POST - Obama holds key leads on Romney, as economy malaise looms over reelection bid.

WASHINGTON POST - Health-care law will add $340 billion to deficit, new study finds.

WASHINGTON POST - The Washington Post: Sensible improvements on immigration.

NEW YORK TIMES - US Teen Births: Miss. Has Highest Rate, NH Lowest

NEW YORK TIMES – Columnist David Brooks:  The Two Economies

NEW YORK TIMESThe New York Times: A Rockier Pathway to Work

LOS ANGELES TIMES - Obama faces pressure over same-sex marriage.

LOS ANGELES TIMESThe Los Angeles Times: Immigration:  Leave it to the feds.