The Abortion Elections All Across America Matt Ford, New Republic

Post-Roe, state Supreme Court races raise stakes for voters James Bikales and Praveena Somasundaram, Washington Post

The Americans Already Suffering Most From the Fall of Roe Guangqing Chi and Jessica Miller, Slate

Incarcerated Women: Forgotten Victims of Abortion Bans Annika Agarwal, The Crime Report

How People Get Caught for Self-Managed Abortions – and Who Tips Off the Police Carter Sherman, Vice

Facebook Gave Nebraska Cops A Teen’s DMs. They Used Them To Prosecute Her For Having An Abortion. Emily Baker-White and Sarah Emerson, Forbes

The chilling ways your social media makes you vulnerable to police surveillance Reshma Saujani, CNN

Police empowered to lie about investigations after federal appeals court ruling Hassan Kanu, Reuters

They were unarmed when police shot at them. Then LAPD pushed for weapons charges Libor Jany, Los Angeles Times

Qualified Immunity’s Flawed Foundation Alex Reinert, California Law Review

Why Victims of Official Misconduct Lose, Even When They Win in Court Marie Miller and Daryl James, The Crime Report

City’s Admissions That It Can’t Care for Rikers Detainees May Propel Suits Jonah E. Bromwich, New York Times

City ordered to pay Rikers detainees who were denied medical appointments Jake Offenhartz, Gothamist

Will California Restrict Solitary Confinement? Soumya Karlamangla, New York Times

California puts some of its most vulnerable prisoners in solitary confinement. A state bill would change that Camryn Pak, San Francisco Chronicle

Abolish life sentences Judith Lichtenberg, Aeon

Federal Time Kyana Givens, Michael Carter, and Laura Ginsberg Abelson, Inquest

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