Two months after the Dobbs ruling, new abortion bans are taking hold Sarah McCammon, NPR      

Abortion ‘trigger’ bans to take effect in multiple states this week. What do they change? Bill Keveney, USA Today

Texans who perform abortions now face up to life in prison, $100,000 fine Eleanor Klibanoff, Texas Tribune

Texas Trigger Law Takes Effect, But Local Prosecutors Have Vowed To Hamper Enforcement Sarah Weaver, Daily Caller

They pledged not to prosecute abortions, but the reality is tougher. Ask the Florida state attorney DeSantis ousted Fortune

Abortion Is Legal in This State. That’s Not Stopping These Rogue Prosecutors Kara Voght, Rolling Stone

After Roe, Who Is Holding Prosecutors to Account? Laura Flanders, The Nation

San Franciscans have called her a hero or villain. The real Brooke Jenkins is more complicated Heather Knight, San Francisco Chronicle

DA Brooke Jenkins Unveils New Cash Bail Policy: ‘We Will Not Shy Away From Holding Offenders Accountable’ Jonah Owen Lamb, San Francisco Standard

Bail Reform In New York Is Under Threat Thanks to Misinformation and Fearmongering MK Kaishian, Teen Vogue

Don’t take Zeldin and Adams’ bail-blame bait Scott Hechinger, New York Daily News

The Mayor’s Mission and the Mess at Rikers Dana Kaplan, Gotham Gazette

Mayor Adams Needs to Stop Dehumanizing Kids Accused of Crime Errol Louis, New York Magazine

Cook County juvenile jail using ‘semantics’ to hide many hours youths are isolated: report Jonah Newman and Carlos Ballesteros, Injustice Watch

Nearly 50,000 people held in solitary confinement in US, report says Ed Pilkington, The Guardian

Thoughts: Quarantined in Prison Jennifer Marx, Minnesota Women’s Press

Solitary confinement is shrouded in secrecy and open to abuse. Why does California allow it? Anita Chabria, Los Angeles Times

California Bill Could Restrict the Use of Rap Lyrics in Court Livia Albeck-Ripka, New York Times

This congressman wants to decriminalize rap Jackie Padilla, Politico

The East Hampton Star Police Blotter Is the Best Publication on Earth Gabrielle Bluestone, New York Magazine

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