Newspaper Roundup for Thursday, May 20, 2010

May 20, 2010 - 7:04 AM
Los Angeles Times:
Costa Mesa declares itself a 'rule of law' community, not a sanctuary for illegal aliens
 
Los Angeles Times:
Low-speed electric vehicles are low-safety, watchdog group warns
 
New Orleans Times-Picayune:
Louisiana bill would bar government from burdening the free exercise of religion
 
New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Switchblade knives now legal in NH
 
Providence Journal:
Rhode Island lawmaker files bill that follows Arizona immigration law
 
New Jersey Star-Ledger:
N.J. Gov. Christie restores senior health care funds, prepares to fight on 'millionaires tax'
 
Miami Herald:
Chinese drywall seller in Miami was aware of problems
 
Miami Herald:
Who's behind I-95 billboard featuring George Bush? 'Miss Me Yet?'
 
Miami Herald:
Gov. Charlie Crist puts off special session on drilling

Boston Globe:
Pentagon wants homosexual troops to weigh in on ‘don’t ask’ policy
Outside contractor to confidentially gather their views
 
Washington Post:
In the bayou, fish and oil have mixed for decades
 
USA Today:
Hurricane season may worsen oil spill
 
New York Times:
Arctic Drilling Proposal Advanced Amid Concern
 
Washington Post:
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) is poised to become majority leader
 
Boston Globe:
GOP outsider surges in Conn. polls
McMahon hopes to ride anti-D.C. wave
 
USA Today:
U.S. National Academy of Sciences calls for setting a price on carbon emissions
 
Boston Globe:
Education officials may scrap MCAS test
Mass. developing new exam with other states; Questions linger about adopting US standard
 
USA Today:
Small businesses' credit card rates now 13.7% higher
Has rekindled calls for Congress to intervene
 
Washington Times:
Scientist booted off oil panel over his non-PC views on gays, diversity
Writings on his Website called 'a distraction'
 
Los Angeles Times:
BP's donation to Long Beach aquarium becomes sensitive matter in wake of oil spill
 
Washington Times:
Stimulus errors leave some police departments shortchanged
Inaccurate math formula used to rank grant applicants
 
USA Today:
Obamas serve up their second state dinner for visiting Mexican president
 
Denver Post:
Denver-area water providers raise alert over uranium pollution from mine
 
Washington Post:
CDC misled District residents about lead levels in water, House probe finds
 
Washington Post:
Primary elections help define President Obama's role in midterm elections
 
USA Today:
Special diet doesn't help kids with autism in small study
 
Palm Beach Post/AP:
Wal-Mart pulls jewelry over cadmium