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Morning Docket: 07.19.22 – Above the LawAbove the Law

toy gun

Home Alone in a rich neighborhood, apparently.

* Considering how wed we are to easy gun access, the Blue Lives Matter crowd might want to make sure 4-year-olds have better trigger discipline. [News On 6]

* Would surfing the ballot tide allow for a prosecutorial override? [MSNBC]

* Texas is quicker on violating children’s right to privacy than preventing teenagers from buying assault rifles. [CNN]

* Nothing upholds the Hippocratic Oath like letting a woman bleed for 10 days for fear of losing a medical license. Thanks, SCOTUS! [Independent]

* News sells, but who’s buying? A free press only matters if people are pressed enough to read. [The Guardian]

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