Here are the picks for the week. Note the food cart licensing report, an interesting counterpoint to Laura Napoli Coordes' post here last week on taxi medallion licensing in New York City.
Adams: NYC policy to shelter the homeless shouldn't cover migrant influx - POLITICO Kentucky Activists Step In to Deliver on the Promise of Voting Rights Restoration | Bolts (boltsmag.org) More than 1,000 birds killed in one night after hitting the same Chicago building (accuweather.com) Editorial: Abortion opponents want to make it harder for people to get abortions out of state - Los Angeles Times (latimes.com) New California law won't ban Skittles, but could change food additives (azcentral.com) Two Families Got Fed Up With Their States’ Politics. So They Moved Out. - The New York Times (nytimes.com) Private Security Guards Have Become a Last Resort for Public Safety - The New York Times (nytimes.com) When There’s No One to Attend to the Dead | The Nation