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This Isn’t Justice Angelina Chapin, New York Magazine

No police officers charged with killing Breonna Taylor Fabiola Cineas, Vox

Grand jury indicts 1 of 3 officers in Breonna Taylor shooting. But not for her death Darcy Costello and Tessa Duvall, Louisville Courier Journal

What is ‘wanton endangerment,’ the charge in the Breonna Taylor case? Hannah Knowles and Meryl Kornfield, Washington Post

‘Absolutely heartbreaking’ ruling in Breonna Taylor shooting sparks new wave of national protests for justice, racial equality Jordan Culver and Grace Hauck, USA Today

Breonna Taylor Case Outcome Isn’t Unusual, Review of Police Shootings Shows Zusha Elinson, Wall Street Journal

How Criminal Cops Often Avoid Jail Andrew Ford, ProPublica

“Now They’re Dragging My Face On The Floor”: Protesters Say The NYPD’s Most Violent Tactics Have Returned Gwynne Hogan, Gothamist

Police reforms stall around the country, despite new wave of activism Nolan D. McCaskill, Politico

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Unveils Bill To Stiffen Penalties for Protesters and Punish Towns That Cut Police Budgets CJ Ciaramella, Reason

Seattle City Council votes to override Mayor Jenny Durkan’s vetoes of police and public-safety changes to 2020 budget Daniel Beekman, Seattle Times

Dallas City Council cuts overtime for police but resists push for broader defunding Dan Rosenzweig-Ziff and Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

AM Stories

‘We Have Not Defunded Anything’: Big Cities Boost Police Budgets Sarah Holder, Fola Akinnibi, and Christopher Cannon, Bloomberg

New Polling Finds Extraordinary Bipartisan Support for Policing Reforms Evan Mintz, Arnold Ventures

The financial case for defunding the police Sean Collins, Vox

Trump’s Crime and Carnage Ad Blitz Is Going Unanswered on Facebook Jeremy B. Merrill and Jamiles Lartey, The Marshall Project

Which Police Departments Are as Diverse as Their Communities? Lauren Leatherby and Richard A. Oppel Jr., New York Times

Black New Yorkers Are Twice as Likely to Be Stopped by the Police, Data Shows Alan Feuer, New York Times

What Will It Take for the Atlanta Police Department to Change the Way It Polices Itself? Sonam Vashi, Type Investigations

Police training cited as defense in many use-of-force cases. But experts say it’s outdated. Daphne Duret and Jessica Priest, USA Today

Colorado law’s ‘loopholes’ keep unknown number of police internal investigations secret Sady Swanson, Fort Collins Coloradoan

Six Louisville cops under internal investigation for roles in fatal Breonna Taylor search Darcy Costello and Tessa Duvall, Louisville Courier Journal

Which Louisville Judge Let Police Search Your House? Most Signatures Are Unreadable Jacob Ryan and Travis Ragsdale, Kentucky Center for Investigative Reporting

Despite past denials, LAPD has used facial recognition software 30,000 times in last decade, records show Kevin Rector and Richard Winton, Los Angeles Times

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