The Rogue Court That Paved the Way for Roe’s Demise Michael Hall, Texas Monthly

The Final Days of Mississippi’s Last Abortion Clinic Richard Fausset, New York Times

The coming legal battles of post-Roe America Rachel M. Cohen, Vox

In 1970, a woman went to jail for an abortion. Now, it could happen again. Katherine Parkin, Washington Post

We’re Not Going Back to the Time Before Roe. We’re Going Somewhere Worse Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker

Jodie Sweetin Speaks on Protesting and Police Brutality Olivia Truffaut-Wong, The Cut

Fears of violence against pro-choice protests intensify amid wave of attacks Erum Salam, The Guardian

Police Brutality on Display as Protesters Rail Against Post-Roe World Brett Wilkins, Common Dreams

Journalists in Uvalde are stonewalled, hassled, threatened with arrest Arelis R. Hernández and Paul Farhi, Washington Post

How the Uvalde police failed Fabiola Cineas, Vox

The lesson from Uvalde? America has too many police departments. David Von Drehle, Washington Post

Disbanding police departments doesn’t affect crime levels, says new report Amy McCaig,

Bipartisan drug sentencing reform isn’t a pipe dream Marc Levin, The Hill

Supreme Court Rules for Inmates Seeking Reduced Crack-Cocaine Sentences Jan Wolfe, Wall Street Journal

A new attorney helped clear an innocent man of a murder sentence after 32 years in prison Curtis Bunn, NBC News

From prison to Pulitzer: Juvenile lifer gives hope to the formerly incarcerated Cherri Gregg, WHYY

San Jose Artist Isiah Daniels on What California Can Learn From Norway’s Prison System Alexander Gonzalez and Brian Watt, KQED

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