Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 17, 2010

May 17, 2010 - 7:39 AM
Boston Globe:
Homeland Security threatens to seize 4.9 acres of farmland at Vermont-Canada border
 
Boston Globe:
Episcopal church consecrates first lesbian bishop
 
Boston Globe:
Many companies place new limits on coverage for mental health care
Spiraling medical costs blamed
 
Washington Times:
Greece mulls legal action against U.S. banks
 
Fox News/AP:
Palin Says 'We're All Arizonans Now' in Speech Defending State's Immigration Law
 
Fox News/AP:
Palin Warns NRA Obama Wants to Ban Guns
 
Los Angeles Times:
Amid recession, Pasadena, Glendale, Burbank consider sharing some city services
 
Politico:
McCain shakes up campaign staff
 
Politico:
Florida Gov. Charlie Crist hints at veto for abortion bill
Would require women to get ultrasound before terminating a pregnancy
 
USA TOday:
Key primaries a barometer of voters' frustration
Races in 3 states could be telling
 
Politico:
Top Dems want Obama to stop bashing Washington
Say he should blame Republicans for problems
 
Washington Post:
Lawyers lining up for class-action suits over oil spill
 
Washington Times:
Offshore oil cash irks inland senators
Greens outraged at climate bill proviso
 
Washington Post:
Mexican president to discuss drug war, immigration in U.S. this week
Providence Journal:
Blue Cross to pay R.I. doctors more for complex patients
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
16-year-old boy is among youngest to graduate from Rutgers University
 
San Francisco Chronicle:
State's nitrates problem grows unchecked
Most common groundwater contaminant in California and across the nation
 
Arizona Republic:
Drug shortage may imperil executions in Arizona
 
The Hill:
Construction workers union launches campaign to pass highway repair bill
 
The Hill:
Rahm Emanuel acknowledges White House 'screwed up' message on Israel support
 
The Hill:
Drama still swirls from last state dinner as Obama's second one nears

The Hill:
Thousands of bees swarm White House
 
The Hill:
Pelosi to appear on 'Top Chef'
 
Miami Herald:
Transgender conservative Republican running in GOP congressional primary from Florida