Reuters: Law school association says banning critical race theory is censorship.
“The efforts to ban critical theories, just like other attempts at censorship, undermine one of the primary purposes of education: teaching students how to think for themselves,” reads the AALS (Association of American Law Schools) statement.
The Tributary: In Florida, Marsy's Law hides the identities of cops who shoot people.
Herald-Tribune: Florida working to ban real mail from incarcerated people and charge them for copies.
Politico: Landlords sue to stop President Biden's eviction moratorium.
The Intercept: Austin police decline to respond to some calls, blame reform attorneys.
Members of the Austin Police Department are telling residents that they can’t respond to requests for help because reform-focused district attorneys at the city and county levels won’t prosecute crime. While neither district attorneys’ policies forbid police from intervening in crimes or even making arrests, some officers are telling residents that their hands are tied. The push comes as the local police union and allied political leaders are ramping up a campaign for a November ballot measure that would require the city to hire hundreds of new officers next year.
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