After Supreme Court ruling, it’s open season on US gun laws Lindsay Whitehurst and Alanna Durkin Richer, AP

Supreme Court’s Gun Rights Decision Upends State Restrictions Matt Vasilogambros, Pew Stateline

Majority of Texas voters want tighter gun control laws, statewide poll finds Jasper Scherer, Houston Chronicle

Big Trouble in Little Loving County, Texas J. David Goodman, New York Times

A city beset by violence seeks solutions – from those in jail over it Emily Davies, Washington Post

100,000 New Cops? There Are Far Better Ways to Fight Crime. Maya Wiley, New Republic

‘Tough on crime’ liberalism is getting a rebranding in San Francisco Adam Johnson, San Francisco Chronicle

Adams Won’t Let Up on Bail Reform, Putting Pressure on Hochul Dana Rubinstein, Emma G. Fitzsimmons, and Grace Ashford, New York Times

Why Was Joshua Held for More Than Two Years for Someone Else’s Crimes? Robert Kolker, New York Times Magazine

Massachusetts prisoners are suing over solitary confinement Jeremy Siegel and Daniel Medwed, WGBH

Albert Woodfox, held in solitary confinement for 43 years, dies aged 75 Ed Pilkington, The Guardian

‘I’ll Believe It When I See It.’ (2016) Andrew Cohen, The Marshall Project

Four officers involved in Breonna Taylor’s killing face federal charges David Nakamura, Marisa Iati, and Timothy Bella, Washington Post

‘Breonna Taylor should be alive today’: 4 current & ex-LMPD officers charged in her death Billy Kobin and Andrew Wolfson, Louisville Courier Journal

Who Killed Tair Rada? Inside Israel’s True Crime Obsession Ruth Margalit, New York Times Magazine

The Case of the Artist and the True-Crime Documentary Mike Hale, New York Times

Incarcerated Podcasters Launch New Season of “Uncuffed” KALW

The Rise and Fall of “True Crime” Radio Dramas Julia Métraux, JSTOR Daily

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