I'm hard at work on book revisions and other projects, and updates have been scarce. But there are lots of big news, so here is a roundup of links:
A new lawsuit by civil rights organizations tackles the voting rights of people who, post-Realignment, are under a regime of Mandatory Supervision.
There's more talk of creating a California sentencing commission.
The Brown administration has received a two-year reprieve from the three-judge panel on the decrowding timeline.
More on these in the days to come.