Is Abortion Sacred? Jia Tolentino, The New Yorker

Unimaginable abortion stories will become more common. Is American journalism ready? Laura Hazard Owen, Nieman Lab

Before ‘Roe’ – and After Justin Miller and Michelle Pitcher, Texas Observer

New post-Roe reality hits home in Texas, while Democrats move to protect marriage and contraception from Supreme Court Zachary B. Wolf, CNN

How Democrats Bolstered the Post-Roe Enforcement Regime Zak Cheney-Rice, New York Magazine

Democrats embrace law enforcement to hit GOP on crime Alexi McCammond, Axios

London Breed is beating the progressives. But is she actually fixing anything? Jeremy B. White, Politico

After Firing More Than a Dozen Staff, New SF DA Brooke Jenkins Says She Will Restore ‘Law and Order to San Francisco’ Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, KQED

How a progressive Bay Area prosecutor was reelected while San Francisco tossed its liberal DA Mark Z. Barabak, Los Angeles Times

Mounting Bid Against LA District Attorney Gascón Mirrors DA Recall Effort in SF Saul Gonzalez, KQED

LA wants to recall its most progressive prosecutor. Inside the DA’s hostile office. Ryan Lizza, Politico

NYC’s Adams Touts Progress at Rikers Jail as Deaths in Custody Mount Fola Akinnibi, Bloomberg

City Jails Headed for More Deaths Than Last Year’s Horrific Toll Matt Stieb, New York Magazine

11 People Have Died in New York City Jails in 2022 Erica Bryant, Vera Institute of Justice

Deadly Heat an Ongoing Concern at Texas Prisons Without A/C: Report Juan A. Lozano, NBC DFW

Prison Is Already Hell, and Climate Change Is Making It Worse Nazish Dholakia, Vera Institute of Justice

Climate and Punishment Living on Earth

After 121 scalding Mississippi summers, Parchman prison is getting air conditioning Mina Corpuz, Mississippi Today

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