All of them are unsigned editorials, which makes it look like they're original opinion pieces for each paper. (The Colorado Gazette even says it's "our view.")
And they all happen to say exactly the same thing, beginning with this paragraph:
One of the smartest things President Bush did to reduce recovery costs in the aftermath of hurricanes Katrina and Rita was to suspend Davis-Bacon Act rules in the hardest hit states. But Congress is frantically trying to overrule the president, which would add billions of dollars to the already staggering recovery costs.
Yeah, itn't it just outrageous that those "billions of dollars" might go into the pockets of the people doing the work--lazy bastards, they'll just blow it on their families back in Mexico you know, or worse yet, on lottery tickets, whereas if they were good moral and financially wise (but we repeat ourselves) Republican (damn, we repeat ourselves again) Senators-- they would realize those billions will be better spent beefing up the profits of shareholders in Halliburton and similar fine corporations.