- A Buzzfeed reporter gets harassed, intimidated while attempting to legally photograph government buildings. Glenn Reynolds responds in USA Today here.
- The U.S. Sentencing Commission votes to make sentencing changes for low-level drug offenders retroactive. More than 45,000 inmates could be affected.
- A USA Today investigation finds that sting operations by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives disproportionately target minorities.
- On a bulletin board for police officers, commenters react to the story about NYPD officers who killed Eric Garner. Keep in mind that there’s no way of knowing whether all of the posters are cops. Still, the reactions are horrifying.
- The Philadelphia police union wants an investigation of reporters who wrote Pulitzer-winning series about a corrupt narcotics unit.
- In California, the state can now fine you $500 for watering your lawn. But in some California towns, you can also be fined if you don’t.
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