Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, January 19, 2012

January 19, 2012 - 9:55 AM

Providence Journal:
Cranston florists refuse to deliver roses to atheist Jessica Ahlquist

Washington Post:
Government survey finds that 20 percent of Americans suffer from mental illness
5 percent have 'serious mental illness'

Politico:
Gingrich: I'd like Palin in my administration

Washington Times:
Fed pushes for government action to help revive housing
Ideas include big roles for Freddie, Fannie

Washington Post:
Occupiers take break from protests to marry

Washington Times:
Female turnout critical in South Carolina primary
Polls: Gingrich ‘like a Yankee’ to Southern women

Politico:
Newt Gingrich on ex-wife: 20-year-old story

Washington Post:
In Syria, world's inaction fuels armed revolt

USA Today:
WHO: Abortion rates are higher in countries where the procedure is illegal

Los Angeles Times:
While Romney skips 'personhood' forum, his rivals tout their prolife credentials

Arizona Republic:
Arizona bills aim to deter copper thieves
Stiffer penalties for thieves and buyers

Politico:
Bill Clinton: MSNBC is 'our version of Fox'

Politico:
Obama promoting tourism at Disney World on Thursday
Not doing well in that key swing state

Politico:
David Axelrod to lead new political institute

USA Today:
Fascinators out at Royal Ascot; what will Duchess Kate do?

Washington Times:
Republicans fume as Obama rejects Keystone pipeline

Washington Post:
Apple seeks to revolutionize textbook industry with iPads in classrooms

Houston Chronicle:
Another Oops for Biden: Says Giants are headed to Super Bowl

Washington Times:
Many Bush-era hard-liners are Romney security advisers

Denver Post:
Bill would kick trans fats out of Colorado schools

Politico:
GOP poll: Mitt Romney leads Obama in 5 of 6 swing states

Washington Post:
Thousands of veterans line up in Washington for job fair

Providence Journal:
Study: RI faces 'severe' gambling losses from Mass. casinos

Providence Journal:
Police shot 2 emus that interfered with traffic in Burrillville

Los Angeles Times:
'Super PACs' dominate the political landscape

Palm Beach Post:
Where is Casey Anthony? Spotlight shines on heavily guarded Palm City church