The Altered Lives of America’s School-Shooting Survivors Zusha Elinson, Arian Campo-Flores, Cameron McWhirter, and Dan Frosch, Wall Street Journal

The Club That No One Wants to Join Elaine Godfrey, The Atlantic

I hid from the Texas Tower sniper. His successors have found us all. Brenda Bell, Washington Post

The Mass Shootings Where Stricter Gun Laws Might Have Made a Difference Quoctrung Bui, Alicia Parlapiano, and Margot Sanger-Katz, New York Times

How Often Are Guns Used for Self-Defense? Jennifer Mascia, The Trace

Looking for Congress to change gun laws after a mass shooting? These 5 states didn’t wait Sarah Elbeshbishi, USA Today

Uvalde police were trained to quickly confront an active shooter. So why did they wait? Poppy Noor, The Guardian

The tragic history of police responding too late to active shooters Jaclyn Diaz, NPR

The Supreme Court ruling that suggests police in Uvalde won’t face major consequences Ja’han Jones, MSNBC

For Families in Uvalde, Laws Limit Paths to Accountability Shaila Dewan and Mike Baker, New York Times

Editorial: What Uvalde teaches us about policing in America Los Angeles Times

Two years after George Floyd, LA’s police union goes big in the city election David Zahniser, Los Angeles Times

Democrats Face Pressure on Crime From a New Front: Their Base Alexander Burns, New York Times

San Francisco’s bitter DA recall could set back national justice reform movement Laura J. Nelson, Los Angeles Times

In San Francisco, Democrats Are at War With Themselves Over Crime Tim Arango and Thomas Fuller, New York Times

What’s Stopping Chesa Boudin? Akela Lacy, The Intercept

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