Newspaper Roundup for Monday, May 24, 2010

May 24, 2010 - 7:11 AM
Fox News:
Congressional Dems seek $23 billion in “emergency” funding for public schools
Republicans call it an unacceptable federal bailout for teachers' unions
 
Fox News:
Arizona Seeks to Reassign Heavily Accented Teachers
Arizona Education Department evaluating teachers and their English-speaking skills
 
Seattle Times/AP:
Preschools in forests take root in the US
Movement that originated in Europe aims to get kids into the natural world
 
The Hill:
Dem lawmaker urges White House to release details on Sestak job offer
Says allegations have become a growing political liability

St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Industrialized Midwest farmers said to be altering the region’s climate
Densely planted fields mean higher dewpoint levels and higher heat index

The Hill:
Bipartisan Senate bill aims to take 'retarded' out of federal lexicon
Rosa’s Lawwould replace word with 'intellectual disability'

The Hill:
Report: Healthcare law's tax credits encourage small businesses to stay small, not hire

Boston Globe:
Mass. health insurers may slash rates to hospitals
Some patients might have to switch MDs
 
Fox News/Newscore:
U.S. Couple Kidnapped in Yemen
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Health reform bill mandates firms create a space for moms who breastfeed
 
New York Times:
Cuts to Child Care Subsidy Thwart More Job Seekers
Low-income families struggling to reconcile the demands of work and parenting
 
Seattle Times:
Law allows hospitals to use patient records for fundraising
 
Washington Post:
Health-care law faces test as regulators settle which plans must do what
The new law exempts existing health plans from many of its provisions
 
Washington Times:
Palin highlights oil industry's financial contributions to Obama campaign
Sees delayed response to BP oil spill
 
Washington Post:
Nature Conservancy faces potential backlash from ties with BP
 
New York Times:
Despite Obama’s Moratorium, Drilling Projects Move Ahead
 
Washington Post:
FDA considers endorsement of drug that some call a Viagra for women
 
Boston Globe:
Congress trying to ease campaign finance rules
 
Washington Post/AP:
Bill Clinton speaks to Yale grads about unequal world
Told Yale seniors on Sunday to listen to people with whom they disagree
 
Washington Times:
Pro-life group fights disclosure law
Suit cites violation of free-speech rights
 
Washington Times:
Steele 'uncomfortable' with Paul's civil rights views
Candidate backs off on comments
 
Philadelphia Inquirer:
Sestak, White House deflect job-offer questions
 
Denver Post:
Colorado's medical-marijuana bill triggering challenges even before it passes
 
Seattle Times:
Parking-meter money to assist Oregon homeless
 
USA Today:
Venus Williams' victory, bottom-baring outfit draw attention at French Open
 
Los Angeles Times:
U.S. is requiring companies to defend against identity theft
Must develop written plans to spot 'red flags' that fraud could be involved

USA Today:                
Airlines add $10-$30 fees for peak travel days in summer
 
Houston Chronicle:
Family flees violence in Juarez, returns to poverty in southern Mexico
'With all the violence, it was just impossible'
 
Los Angeles Times:
Online English class a draw for Haiti survivors
 
Seattle Times/AP:
WH chief of staff Rahm Emanuel in Israel for son's bar mitzvah
 
Fox News/Newscore:
Duchess of York Caught 'Selling Access' to Prince Andrew
 
Politico:
Gay on Capitol Hill: LGBT Congressional Staff Association is relaunching
 
Los Angeles Times:
Jose Lima dies at 37; pitcher helped Dodgers reach 2004 playoffs
 
Politico:
RNC oppo chief leaves post
Arizona Republic:
Travel is expected to rise in Arizona this holiday weekend

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Analysts expect barrage of lender lawsuits to recoup mortgage debt