Newspaper Roundup for Tuesday, April 5, 2011

By Susan Jones | April 5, 2011 | 7:30 AM EDT

Boston Globe:
Landlord must pay $25,000 for trying to evict HIV patient’s 'emotional support' dog

Boston Globe:
Religious leaders revive bid to pass transgender bill
Bill would prohibit discrimination in Massachusetts against transgender people

New York Times:
Editorial: Cowardice Blocks the 9/11 Trial
'An embarrassment for the Obama administration, which failed to stand up to congressional pandering'

The Hill:
GOP bill to defund Libya mission picks up another Dem backer
Bill says U.S. foray into Libya is unconstitutional

South Florida Sun-Sentinel:
Thousands could lose health care in Florida's $1 billion budget cuts

The Hill:
Treasury: US to hit debt limit in mid-May

Boston Globe:
City, town health plans most costly, report says
Cost 37 percent more than similar plans for workers at private companies

The Hill:
Boehner to introduce (another) one-week stopgap
Move is intended to prevent a government shutdown after Friday

Fox News:
GOP Medicare Plan Could Share Common Ground With 'Obamacare' Exchanges

The Hill:
Boehner rejects Dems' $33B in spending cuts as 'not enough'

Boston Globe:
Gov. Patrick's nominee for Supreme Judicial Court would be first openly gay justice
Another 'first' for the governor

Washington Post:
Va. Gov. McDonnell weighs proposal that would allow gays to adopt

Providence Journal:
ACLU sues Cranston school over prayer banner

Boston Globe:
Warrant for Saudi prince upheld in probation case
Allegedly violated probation when he left USA after serving a sentence for motor vehicle homicide

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Baby-on-the-way dad not guilty of speeding

Washington Post:
Republicans keeping close tabs on plans to end ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
Unions fight right-to-work bill in N.H.

Washington Post:
Health-care sector facing increased antitrust scrutiny

Denver Post:
Lakewood police subdued 8-year-old with pepper spray
Tried to stab teachers with strip of wood trim he tore from wall

Houston Chronicle:
Docs mull sending Giffords home from Houston hospital
Relearning how to speak, walk and care for herself

New Jersey Star-Ledger:
Former U.S. Rep. John Adler, 51, dies after emergency heart surgery, family says

New Hampshire Union-Leader:
House majority leader regrets comments, seeks meeting with bishop

W.H. vows to protect net neutrality