Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Judge clears path for jury to find Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty on firearm charges.
Reuters: Appeals court affirms hold on President Biden's vaccine mandate.
The Atlantic: Fifty-seven years in a cage is long enough.
Business Insider: A Florida pilot program will give formerly incarcerated people $600 per month for a year, no strings attached.
"We see people all the time get reincarcerated just for money," Kevin Scott, the pilot's project manager, told Insider. "That is straight up criminalizing poverty. The crime is you're too poor to be free."
AP: Trump Organization does not have to pay Michael Cohen's legal bills, judge rules.
“In a nutshell, Mr. Cohen’s legal fees arise out of his (sometimes unlawful) service to Mr. Trump personally, to Mr. Trump’s campaign, and to the Trump Foundation, but not out of his service to the business of the Trump Organization, which is the only defendant in this case,” the judge wrote in his decision.
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