Intersections + Injustice

    What Could Austin’s Basic Income Pilot Mean for People Who Use Drugs?

    Austin, Texas, is known for music festivals, a booming tech industry and progressive politics ...

    Hundreds of WA Drug-War Prisoners Can Be Freed. We’re Still Waiting.

    On February 25, a Washington Supreme Court ruling—commonly known as the Blake decision—effectively decriminalized ...

    District Attorneys Could Be Key to the post-Roe v. Wade Abortion Battle

    Ever since President Trump started nominating new Supreme Court justices, reproductive health activists and ...

    Alabama Parole Board’s Cruel and Unprecedented Increase in Denials

    Representative Chris England, the chairman of the Alabama Democrats, does not mince words when ...

    As New Zealand Cigarette Taxes Climb, So Do Harms to Poor and Indigenous Smokers

    When it comes to taxing cigarettes, there’s rarely any opposition from lawmakers. “Sin taxes,” ...

    WI Judge Defies the Law by Doubling as a “Probation Officer” 

    In the opinion of Amanda Skorr, an attorney and former public defender, Outagamie County, ...

    Prosecutors Call on Biden to Create Task Force Aimed at Reform

    Decrying “tough-on-crime” policies, a group of more than 100 law enforcement leaders, mostly prosecutors, ...

    Can Harm Reduction Reform the Drug Courts?

    Among prohibitionists and proponents of the drug war, drug courts are touted as a ...