The Kansas Abortion Shocker Russell Berman, The Atlantic

Kansas Voters Just Rewrote the Script for the Midterm Elections Daniel Strauss, New Republic

In decisive abortion rights victory, Kansas voters reject constitutional amendment in first post-Roe vote Andrew Bahl, Topeka Capital-Journal

Here’s how abortion rights supporters won in conservative Kansas. Maggie Astor and Nate Cohn, New York Times

‘They’re Just Going to Let Me Die?’ One Woman’s Abortion Odyssey Neelam Bohra, New York Times

The rise of the keyword search warrant and the end of Roe. Albert Fox Cahn and Julian Melendi, Slate

Criminalization of pregnancy has already been happening to the poor and women of color Sandhya Dirks, NPR

Pregnancy as Punishment: The Impact of Abortion Bans on Incarcerated Women and Girls Carrie N. Baker, Ms. Magazine

Women in Massachusetts Prisons Targets of Sexual, Mental Abuse: Study James Van Bramer, The Crime Report

The only women’s prison in Massachusetts is ‘dilapidated.’ Should the state build a new one? Paris Alston and Daniel Medwed, WGBH

Federal Government Under Fire Over Conditions at Atlanta Federal Prison Eric Bazail-Eimil, Reason

A mother watches helplessly as her teenage boy deteriorates in a Texas youth prison Lisa Armstrong, Texas Tribune

Almost 600 Texas youths are trapped in a juvenile prison system on the brink of collapse Jolie McCullough, Texas Tribune

A Kid Accused of a Crime Is Still a Kid Errol Louis, New York Magazine

Hawaii has no girls in juvenile detention. Here’s how it got there. Claire Healy, Washington Post

No More Courts Zohra Ahmed and Rachel Foran, Inquest

‘We just keep punishing’: Californians with criminal records still face housing barriers Hannah Wiley, Los Angeles Times

Last Conviction in Salem Witch Trials Is Cleared 329 Years Later Vimal Patel, New York Times

A New Book Exposes the Junk Science That Leads to Wrongful Convictions. Its Unlikely Hero Is a Texan. Michael Hall, Texas Monthly

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